The 2020 ABMA Convention concluded last night with a game-filled reception that moved indoor due to unseasonably cool weather in St. Petersburg, Fla. The reception featured dartboards, shuffleboard, virtual reality head sets, giant beer pong, beer tasting and a caricature artist.
While the reception provided a great way to celebrate the end of a busy week, discussions still centered around the Coronavirus and the impact on Interbrush 2020. During the Thursday morning session, Daniel Strowitzki of Messe Freiburg announced that a decision on whether or not to postpone would be made in 10 days. That means all Interbrush attendees and exhibitors should expect a final announcement by March 15, 2020.
The 2019 November-December issue of Brushware magazine is now available to readers and features the Expanded Suppliers’ section with in-depth profiles for key companies in the brushware industry. In addition, this issue also covers the 61st FEIBP Congress and has an article for business leaders on how to prepare for a recession.
The 61st FEIBP Congress held in Lucerne, Switzerland, wrapped up this past Saturday and our European correspondent Katharina Goldbeck-Hoerz answered a few quick questions on the success of the event. Her full report will be in the next issue of Brushware.
What was your favorite segment from the Congress?
The theme “Together We Are Stronger” weaved like a red thread through the congress. That them tied into worldwide trade, the procurement of raw materials and the manufacturing of products as well as the development of machines. The content of the working groups – as well as the lectures of the main speakers – encouraged the participants of the congress in spontaneously formed working groups to act with the following topics:
The 2019 September-October Brushware Digital Edition is now available for readers. This edition previews the 61st FEIBP Congress to be held in Lucerne, Switzerland this month and also has and in-depth feature on the Future of Nature Fibers from Bob Lawrence. Here’s a full rundown on the new issue: