April 20-21
Columbus, OH
Greater Columbus Convention Center

First-Time Attendees

Tips and suggestions for attendees new to INFOFLEX.

A lot takes place during INFOFLEX—11 hours of networking, 14 complimentary presentations on cutting-edge technologies, hundreds of conversations between attendees and exhibitors—and it all happens in just two days.

For those attendees new to INFOFLEX or walking the show floor for the first time, use the list below as a guide to make the most of your time in Columbus.

Book your hotel in FTA’s room block immediately

Receive a special rate on rooms at the Hyatt Regency Columbus (host hotel of INFOFLEX 2020), Hilton Columbus Downtown and Drury Inn & Suites Columbus. Rooms are booked well ahead of time, so don’t wait.

Deadline: March 25


Visit Innovation Central on Monday and Tuesday

Complimentary to every INFOFLEX attendee and located at the end of the 600 aisle, Innovation Central is where 14 technology-focused presentations will take place throughout INFOFLEX 2020—seven on Monday and seven new presentations on Tuesday.


See what and where companies will be on the show floor

Solutions providers from all areas of the package printing and converting industry will be exhibiting at INFOFLEX. Use the show floor map to get details on their products and services, and where their booths will be.


Download the event app

Find exhibitors, explore the show floor map, see the two-day schedule and get everything you need to stay connected at INFOFLEX 2020 with the official event app—available for iOS and Android devices.


Stay up-to-date with INFOFLEX 2020 news

Read updates about the event, what exhibitors will be showcasing at their booths and machinery that will be on the show floor.


Come to the Monday Evening Social

Immediately following the end of day one, all INFOFLEX attendees are invited to unwind with drinks and complimentary hors d’oeuvres, live music and entertainment.


Decide on travel arrangements

Flights, car rental, ride sharing—see what options are available in town, and make reservations before prices rise.


Make time to experience Columbus

It’s nicknamed “The Discovery City” for a reason. See what attractions, restaurants and other tourist destinations are in town.