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Marqetspace provide entry to growth market

Marqetspace will be returning to The Print Show this year after launching their new ‘ink-on-fabric’ range at the 2015 show, highlighting the massive opportunities for commercial printers in the textile print market.

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During the show Marqetspace on stand G30 will be displaying their full range of fabric displays, from backdrops to bean bags and flags to footstools

“It was so well received last year, we thought we’d come back, bigger and better this year” states Peter Gunning, chief executive officer of Grafenia.

Textiles Intelligence reported a 25 percent growth in the ink-on-fabric market in 2015, and stated that they expect the market to continue to grow 20 percent year-on-year. In the current climate, and the need for printers to diversify, getting into fabric provides a great opportunity.

Marqetspace, part of Grafenia plc, the same people who operate the printing.com network, have been providing help and support to printers and graphics professionals since 2001.

It was so well received last year, we thought we'd come back, bigger and better this year

“It’s a year on, and our fabric range has grown and developed beyond simple exhibition stands, yes, it’s soft signage, but the area we’ve really seen develop and grow is fabric furniture,” says Gunning.

Indeed, fabric displays are proving a very popular solution for many businesses that want to enhance interior branding or their presence at marketing events.

Gunning concludes: “Our partner’s clients are using the fabric range to ‘pimp’ their office space with branded backdrops, room dividers and in particular meeting booths.

“Our fabric range provides businesses with a cost-effective way to brand an office, hide ugly décor, create secret meeting rooms and creative spaces.”

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