Labelexpo Americas/Brand Print Americas: postponed from 15 – 17 September 2020 to 23 – 25 March 2021 in Rosemont, US;
Labelexpo Southeast Asia: postponed from 10 – 12 September 2020 to 12 – 14 May 2022 in Bangkok, Thailand;
Labelexpo India/Brand Print India: postponed from 29 October – 1 November 2020 to 2 – 5 December 2020 in Greater Noida, India;
Labelexpo Mexico/Brand Print Mexico: postponed from 23 – 25 June 2021 to early 2022 in Mexico City, Mexico (dates tbc).
In the case of Labelexpo Americas/Brand Print Americas, a virtual conference will precede the show, taking place during the original mid-September dates. This will enable the industry to stay connected during this unprecedented period.
Lisa Milburn, managing director of Labelexpo/Brand Print Global Series, said:
“Given the impact of coronavirus/COVID-19, we have taken the difficult decision to postpone several of our printing shows around the world over the next 18 months until the threat of the virus reduces. These are exceptional circumstances, and the decision has been the result of an in-depth strategic review of our whole portfolio, while simultaneously monitoring developments around the word over the last few months. The health and safety of exhibitors, visitors and staff has been our key driver throughout this process, and we have acted on the advice of all local partners, venues, health authorities concerned, and listened to exhibitor feedback.
“In determining new dates for individual shows, we have taken into consideration the needs and geographies of our wider portfolio, their biennial nature, position in the overall show cycle, and availability of venues. Moving Labelexpo Southeast Asia will also enable us to return to our normal show cycle from 2022. For all of our shows, we are, as ever, committed to ensuring the highest quality, safe experience the industry expects from Labelexpo and Brand Print, and delivering even bigger shows when they return.
Labelexpo South China/Brand Print South China will go ahead as currently planned in 2020, between 8 – 10 December.
Milburn added: “We will be working closely with our event venues and colleagues in China to ensure that all the required health and safety measures are in place for successful shows this year.
“We thank all our Labelexpo and Brand Print exhibitors and partners for their understanding during this challenging time, and look forward to working with them on the rescheduled shows. Crucially, Labelexpo and Brand Print shows will play a vital role in driving the economic recovery of the entire label and package printing and branded print industries, plus their supply chains, around the world. I urge everyone to embrace the opportunity and help our community plan for the future.”
Further updates will be posted on the individual show websites in due course. For any exhibitor or show related questions, please contact email@example.com.
About Labelexpo Global Series:
Organized by Tarsus Group, the international business-to-business media group, the 2018 edition of Labelexpo Americas reported 16,413 attendees from 86 countries. With a show floor size of 203,642 sqft, it was the largest in its history. 487 exhibitors took part, 30 per cent of which were newcomers.
The 2018 edition of Labelexpo India reported 9,851 attendees from 55 countries, its biggest increase and largest to date. 250 exhibitors took part.
About Brand Print Global Series:
Brand Print Americas, India and Mexico are part of Tarsus Group’s all-new global portfolio of co-located shows focusing solely on key growth areas of the branded print market, including: point of sale, point of display, fleet graphics, sampling packs, collation packs, corrugated luxury packaging and promotional graphics.
Shows also include Brand Print South China in 2020.