The Pamex bandwagon rolls into North India

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There has never been a visitor promotion program like this in India before! Never before has the Indian Master Printers Association made such a strong effort to meet its constituent members across this large country and to listen to them and to invite them personally as they have to the upcoming show in Mumbai with 275 exhibitors, next month.

Tushar Dhote is among those who have led this huge effort of printer meetings in the Southern state of Kerala; in a ten city tour of Maharashtra; and, now across the Hindi heartland in Uttar Pradesh. This is a great sign of activism and unity which should inspire printers across the country to come to Pamex not only to see the latest products on display from leading international and Indian suppliers of equipment and consumables, but also to take part in the Print Business Outlook Conference being organized by the BMPA and NPES on 16 December 2017 at the Lalit Hotel in Mumbai.

To register for the exhibition www.pamex.in. To register for the conference please www.npes.org.

Print Yatra tours Gorakhpur to rousing response
After a visit to the iconic Geeta Press, a tumultuous welcome awaited the Print Yatra from the Gorakhpur Printers Welfare Association (GPWA). The General Secretary of GPWA presented shawls and bouquets to the Yatra team. Printers at Gorakhpur were excited to know and understand about AIFMP and Pamex’17. Starting with seminar on GST, members were informed and invited to visit Pamex to which 10 members pre-registered on the spot. Further the Print Yatra visited Basti before returning to Lucknow. Today is the grand finale at Kanpur.

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