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C!”Print Madrid in April: the right conditions to celebrate the event. Photo: 656 Éditions.

Given the current sanitary circumstances, through which it is was extremely difficult to hold C!Print with full security guarantees; the organizers after listening to exhibitors and participants, and after evaluating all possible options, have taken the decision to postpone the next edition of C!Print Madrid to 26, 27 and 28 April  2022.

Pierre Mirlit, director of C!Print Madrid explains: “In this challenging sanitary context, discussions and advice from our partners have led us to look for a safer alternative for the show. The next 26, 27 and 28 April will allow us to bring together the right conditions to celebrate the event”.

The seventh edition of C!Print Madrid will welcome print, visual communication and personalization professionals who want to see what’s new in technology and
applications, and who want to meet with key players in the market, in a safe environment. The genuine dynamic of the event, which brings together printers,
personalization professionals, communication specialists, distributors, resellers, and brands across the board, will continue the 26th, 27th and 28th April 2022.

Future is now

Future is now, the new show motto, is both ambitious and optimistic: above all, it reflects the strategy it has always pursued, that is, to support the development and transformation of the graphic industries sector.
Accelerated by the crisis, this transformation takes different forms. There is the  digital transformation of companies, but also environmental transformation.

Many of the issues that were on the agenda at the beginning of 2020 now need to be reconsidered in the light of the changes that the pandemic has brought about: the expectations of brands and consumers have evolved, as have corporate strategies.

The crisis in the raw materials market, the new Climate Law, the return of local and made in France, etc.: all these subjects, which are of particular interest to the industry, are now being addressed. The crisis in the raw materials market, the new Climate Law, the return of local and made in France, etc. All these subjects, which have a real impact on the graphic arts sector today, will be at the heart of the debates and exchanges on 10, 11 and 12 May 2022.

Visitors already registered have been sent a renewed accreditation with the new dates: 26, 27 and 28 April 2022.

You can now register for the show.