European federation picks Aztec's AV services

The Federation of European Screen Printers Associations (FESPA) has chosen Aztec Event Services as the official AV contractor for FESPA 2013, taking place at Excel London in June.

This contract win builds on Aztec's successful partnership with FESPA as AV contractor for FESPA 2011 in Hamburg, 2010 in Munich and 2009 in Amsterdam.??Taking place from 25 to 29 June, the 2013 FESPA exhibition and conference in London will be the largest event that focuses on the wide format print industry.??

John Robson, managing director of Aztec Event Services, said: "We worked hard to win the contract for this show, so we were really chuffed with the news that we'd been selected as official AV supplier.

"With the show taking place in our own back yard, we faced some very stiff competition and to be selected for a third time is a real endorsement of the partnership we've built with FESPA and the show organisers."

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