Initially scheduled for February 1, 2 and 3, 2022, the C! Print Lyon postpones its dates to May 10, 11 and 12, 2022, due to the health context. Although the gauges announced by the Prime Minister do not concern trade shows such as the C! Print, too much uncertainty remains to maintain the event in early February.
Reference exhibition for visual communication professions, C! Print brings together the entire arts and graphic industries community every year in Lyon. Nearly 250 exhibitors and more than 15,000 visitors gather there to discover the latest market innovations, exchange with their peers and stock up on new ideas.
“This decision to postpone the show is motivated by our common desire to offer a quality event, while responding to the challenges induced by the health context. It was taken in consultation with all the actors in the sector, “says Pierre Mirlit, the general manager of 656 Editions, the organizer of the show.
RETHINKING THE PRINT OF TOMORROW
Transversal, the C! Print brings together manufacturers and distributors of printing machines and media, printing and visual communication service providers, prescribers and end customers. Referent for the visual communication, outdoor and light communication, personalization, graphic and textile industries, it has been pursuing its opening up to markets such as packaging and labeling, but also industry and photography for several years.
“Future is now”, its new slogan, is both ambitious and optimistic: it mainly reflects its strategy, namely to support the development and transformation of the graphic industries sector. Accelerated by the crisis, this transformation takes different forms. We talk about the digital transformation of companies, but also about environmental transformation.
Many of the topics on the table in early 2020 now need to be rethought in light of the upheavals that the pandemic has caused: brand and consumer expectations have evolved, as have business strategies. The crisis in the raw materials market, the new Climate Law, the transformation of the labor market, the return of the local and made in France, etc.: all these topics, whose impact is now real on the graphic industries sector, will be at the heart of debates and exchanges on May 10, 11 and 12.