The print and media industry is changing. With Brexit and Britain’s future in mind our Print and Media industries need to showcase their innovation and excellence to ensure future prosperity within world markets. 
Physical and digital technologies as well as offline and online worlds are growing closer and closer together. New technologies are establishing themselves. Trade fairs will highlight themes of print, functional printing, packaging production, multichannel, 3D printing and green printing with state-of-the-art technologies, new solutions and how to deliver them with maximum impact. 
On 26th January the two day Promotional Products Expo at the Ricoh Arena attracted over two thousand visitors. It was hosted by Customer Focus and was running for its eleventh year. Over 200 exhibitors showed a fascinating range of new and innovative products and visitors were encouraged with competitions and some highly creative offers. 
In 2018, the event will run 16-18 January, and will become PPD LIVE 2018. Although in a similar format to the ’17 event, there will be a third day additional day featuring a world class conference hosting a series of speakers. These will range from top business leaders, academics, cultural icons to entrepreneurs and marketers from across the world aiming to attract the biggest end-user brands. 
DRUPA 2020 
Following the success of 2016, 2020 may seem a long way off but Drupa is the world’s leading trade fair for the Print and Media industry and preparations are already underway to manage the packed schedule. The 2020 dates have been brought forward by a week so the fair is now scheduled to run from Tuesday 16th June to Friday 26th June 2020 
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