Xennia Technology Ltd demonstrated the unparalleled industrial business transformation potential of its digital manufacturing technology at the new InPrint 2014 event in Germany in April. The three-day show, which ran alongside the Hannover Messe, surpassed expectations for visitor numbers and quality.
Xennia Technology exhibited at the InPrint 2014 industrial print show along with over one hundred other companies. Since being founded in 1996, Xennia has been focused on the industrial print sector which has previously lacked a targeted trade show like InPrint. Xennia helped to develop the event and committed resources to it as a founding sponsor. Throughout the show Xennia’s stand saw a high level of activity and gained over 70 high quality leads from sectors including flooring, laminates and automotive.
“We were pleased to welcome so many visitors to our stand, and I would like to thank all who visited us at InPrint 2014. Unlike many companies from other sectors who see industrial print as a new opportunity, Xennia has been developing industrial digital solutions for almost twenty years. From this perspective an industrial print show was long overdue, and we were delighted to help get the show underway as a development team member and founding sponsor. The interest in Xennia from delegates and members of the press was extremely encouraging, and led to many stimulating and enjoyable conversations. The number of quality leads received on the Xennia stand throughout the show was significant and easily justified the investment made,” said Tim Phillips, Marketing Manager at Xennia.
Xennia’s presentation on digital manufacturing at the Functional & Decorative Industrial Print Conference, co-hosted by ESMA and IMI Europe, was well attended and generated considerable interest. Xennia also made a short presentation at an innovation showcase held as part of the show.
Marcus Timson, Co-Founder and Director of FM Brooks commented: “One of the key elements of success for any show is the commitment of exhibitors. Xennia was keen to help get our industrial print show off the ground and was one of the pioneering companies who helped to develop the idea and became a founding sponsor. We are delighted that the idea paid off and that Xennia had such a successful show!”
Xennia has already confirmed its attendance as an exhibitor at the next InPrint show in 2015 and is looking forward to being an active partner at the event.