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2015 Copenhagen, Denmark


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What some of you said

A great way of combining content with networking! A necessary insight to make public-private partnership possible

The participation in Copenhagen was a big success for us. It was a good framework to discuss interesting projects with our clients and suppliers and a great venue to expand our network. Intergraf is one of the most important events

A perfect platform to meet the main players in the security business



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Keeping an eye on the whole industry

The aim of Intergraf’s Security Printers, International Conference & Exhibition is to regularly examine progress within both the banknote and security document fields, in order to enable participating companies to relate this to their own position within the industry and their markets. Both segments being high-technology sectors, developments can indeed be rapid and market conditions change frequently.

Although the event is always held in Europe, and has been so for over 30 years, the scope is worldwide. This year delegates came from 65 countries, making it a highly important forum for exchanging views and experiences between companies that produce banknotes and security documents, their suppliers, and their customers in central banks, in passport and ID document issuing authorities, and within law enforcement.

The conference featured joint sessions that then split into sector-specific sessions to give those interested in banknote issues as well as those involved in ID documents the opportunity to hear and learn about changes in their area in more depth. With 101 companies from across the industry, the exhibition offered a comprehensive overview of the state of the art in the industry.

The next event, to be held in Seville, Spain on 5-7 October 2016, will again deliver new, highly topical information, as well as plenty of opportunities for informal but vital networking.

Manfred Goretzki
Editor, Infosecura

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