The only press and advertising exhibition in Bulgaria started on October 5

At the same time, the International Food Exhibitions will be held at Inter Expo Center


From October 5 to 8, the Bulgarian exhibition for printing and advertising COPIS will be held in Sofia. For the 10th time, the business platform will gather representatives of the sector from the country and abroad in the halls of the Inter Expo Center. Through the national brand with established international positions, in recent years Bulgaria has become a must-see destination for anyone interested in the sector, especially for Eastern Europe and the Balkan Peninsula.

Over the course of four days this autumn, COPIS will showcase the achievements of printing in various directions, its impact on the textile industry and home and office furnishings. Participants from Bulgaria and abroad will present the trends in graphic and spatial design, materials and consumables for the printing industry, the production of advertising and informational elements and visual communications.

"Software solutions, materials, machines and technologies are the main focus of the exhibition," say the organizers from Inter Expo Center. At the moment, they report a strong interest at the national and international level in participation and visit. Constant communication with the official partners – FESPA BULGARIA ASSOCIATION and and the close contact with the representatives of the sector, they lay the foundation of success.

Model development

"One participation - benefits for the business in many directions", was among the maxims shared by the participants in 2021. "This is due to the development of the "COPIS" format and its combination with the International Food Exhibitions - a Bulgarian megabrand that includes 5 fairs," commented the organizers. Then, as a result of the new reality, they decide to hold the two forms together. The decision was received positively by the COPIS audience because print and advertising are closely related to the food industry. After the positive feedback received, the organizers are now determined to develop the symbiosis between COPIS and the International Food Fairs.

What are the trends in print and advertising? What are the new materials? What are the latest software solutions? In what directions will the sector develop? We will find answers to these and many more questions at the COPIS exhibition and the events of its rich accompanying program from October 5 to 8.