Fespa Bulgaria celebrated its new name

The Bulgarian Association for Contemporary Graphic and Printing has celebrated the right to be named Fespa Bulgaria on November 22 in the André Restaurant. The association was established in 2011, and became, in 2013, a full member of Fespa and a representative for Bulgaria, and since 2018 it has the right to bear the name of Fespa.

The Managing Board welcomed more than 80 guests – members, partners, friends and potential future association members to celebrate the event.

By adopting the name Fespa Bulgaria, the association takes its well-earned place amongst other local associations representing Fespa in 37 countries around the world.

The event was personally attended by Fespa president Christian Duyckaert and CEO Sean Holt. Visitors, advertising agencies and manufacturers, suppliers, and printing companies, enjoyed a celebratory dinner and established useful contacts with each other.

You may view more pictures of the event here.

At the event association’s first calendar was proudly presented, made along with Visionary foundation.
The members of Fespa Bulgaria Bivalvia, Sphere Design, Impress, Ventsislav Yordanov and Naiden Naidenov realized the idea of the calendar by donating their work and time in the form of organization, design, fonts and printing.

During the event, a tombola was also drawn, the award of which was the book by Michel Caza – The Chameleon of Modern Art. 55 years of screen printing art. The award was won by Plamen Dimitrov from Antalis Bulgaria.

You can learn more about Fespa Bulgaria and its benefits for you here.

If you want to apply for membership, you can read the procedure for accepting new members:

1. Please read the statutes of Fespa Bulgaria here

2. Get to know the most frequently asked questions here

3. Fill in the membership application here

To join the association and join the family of Fespa: New members are accepted in February 2019 at the upcoming General Assembly. You will receive additional information about date and location.

The text was written by Desislava Todorova.