SUN Studio wins Chinese hearts

(PresseBox) ( Novosibirsk, )
IQDEMY participated at Guangzhou International Franchise Expo 2013. The showcased services of interior UV printing have been on of the most daring business ideas that were presented at the show. Many guests of the exhibition have already checked IQDEMY's offerings out.

IQDEMY, a group of leading companies uniting the world's best practices and expertise in the digital large format marketplace, is pleased to announce its successful conclusion of the Guangzhou International Franchise Expo 2013.

China's oldest franchises Fair, the largest in Asia, was held this year in Guangzhou from 27 to 29 September. The exhibition demonstrated achievements and potential of the global franchise industry, supported from the PRC government, municipalities and media. About 300 franchise offerings from around the world were presented.

IQDEMY had no competitors showcasing in the segment of digital printing. Visitors appreciated the unique ready-­made business from IQDEMY, as well as printed samples manufactured and demonstrated by SUN Studio Guangzhou. The company's experts also showed the guests the work of the UV printer IBIS-2. SUN Studio's booth was very popular among visitors wishing to start a new business.

With a visitor turnout of about 22,000 at the show, mostly citizens from PRC, many contacts with new potential customers and partners in China have been established.
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