Ricoh & Xennia confirm as founding partners completing impressive list of show sponsors

InPrint has announced its sponsors for the forthcoming event for industrial print which takes place 8-10 April in Hannover, co-located with Hannover Messe. Ricoh, one of the world leaders in print technology, has confirmed their participation at InPrint as a founding sponsor. In addition, Xennia, a leading industrial inkjet innovator has also, completing the cast of sponsors for InPrint 2014.

The InPrint Show now boasts considerable support from brands with the field of industrial print technology including: Agfa, Canon, Caldera, Hymmen, Kiian, Lumejet, Mimaki, Neschen, Ricoh, Stratasys, Thieme, Xaar and Xennia. In addition to manufacturer support, InPrint also has the support of ESMA, IMI and IT Strategies as strategic partners to the show.

"With any new event, in order to achieve acceptance within a market, gaining the support of the leading brands is vital. Having 12 key manufacturers as our founding sponsors is not only a great signal from the market that this event is needed, it demonstrates that industrial print is gathering momentum as a key focal point for growth for the industry" Concludes Marcus Timson, Co-Director, InPrint Show.

These two significant signings further strengthen the number of sponsors and exhibitors at InPrint, which has already developed into being the premier showcase of industrial print technology, anywhere in the world.

Tim Phillips, Xennia

Tim Phillips, Marketing Manager, Xennia and InPrint Ambassador explains, “We believe industrial will be the major source of growth in digital printing over the next 10 years. Xennia is at the centre of industrial digital technology and as such we are delighted to be a founder partner of the InPrint exhibition: the first show focused on this exciting growth market.”

In addition to support from sponsors, InPrint also has an impressive cast of Ambassadors who represent leaders within the field of industrial print technology. To view the list of Ambassadors for InPrint, go to

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