The 43rd edition of Media Expo 2018 held on 7-9 September 2018 in New Delhi witnessed about 5 product launches and new product displays with first-hand experience of technologies that has the ability to change the face of Indian advertising, marketing and brand promotions. The show had a good mix of national as well as international technologies from countries like India, China, France and Korea. Many companies from cities outside New Delhi were also exhibiting at the show for the first time as this edition is perfectly timed with the booming economics of the region.
Sharing his thoughts about the growth in the show and the industry, Raj Manek, Managing Director, Messe Frankfurt Trade Fairs India Pvt Ltd said, “Media Expo is the leading exhibition to source optimum quality solutions to enrich campaign experiences for the print, advertising and outdoor media. Business being the prime focus of this platform, we are assured that this show will increase its geographical reach and will explore new potential markets.”
With the marketing and advertising industry in India touching new heights of growth, Media Expo 2018 New Delhi had as many as 25 new entrants who are exhibiting their finest products to enhance marketing and advertising campaigns.
The show floor was packed with advanced solutions from key companies like Colorjet, Apsom Infotex, Esko Graphic, Hewlett-Packard (HP), Caldron Graphics, Mehta Cad Cam, Rextone, Monotech, Fujifilm, Mimaki, Epson India, Technova Imaging, SRF, Keith Electronics, Jindal Specialty, SY Century and Encres Dubuit, Skyscreen Pvt Ltd, to name a few.
Inauguration of the premium business event saw some eminent members from the industry.
These included Bhavna Saluja, Country Manager, Hewlett Packard, Caroline Bonnafoux, Marketing Manager, Encres Dubuit France, Deborshi Paul, Business Head, Apsom Infotex, Sandeep Jindal, Director, Jindal Speciality, Winston Pereira, General Manager, Messe Frankfurt Trade Fairs India, Michael Dehn, General Manager – Sales & Marketing, Messe Frankfurt Trade Fairs India.