The 4th International
Banknote Designers Conference (IBDC) is a dedicated industry
event addressing banknote design issues. The conference will
take place from 12-15 September 2016 in Paris, France.
The four-day event will consist of a series
of presentations, panel discussions and workshops addressing
the theme of banknote design and related issues. The specific
focus of the 4th IBDC makes it
a unique event for professionals active in the domain of banknote
design, production and issuing to learn and keep up to date
with the latest technologies, challenges, threats and opportunities
emerging in this field. The conference format has been developed
to provoke and facilitate the exchange of information, perspectives
and knowledge and to enrich the learning experience for all
delegates through open and direct dialogue with banknote industry
The conference workshop content has been
formulated to help you in your day-to-day work and to create
value for anyone active in the planning, development or execution
phase of an upgrade or new series project.
The conference will address key issues
having a direct impact on banknote design projects and aims
to stimulate delegates by presenting differing perspectives
and approaches on real issues that they are confronted with
in their day-to-day design project activity.
Our principal objective is to facilitate the sharing of core
information on design-related subjects and to provide designers
with a wider scope of information on the relationship between
their activity and all other inputs to and outputs from the
banknote design process. Ultimately this will enable designers
and issuers to make more-informed and objective choices on
banknote design, content and project management.
The central theme of the 4th
Perspectives on Design Evolution
and Innovation from Around the World
All conference presentations, panel discussions
and workshops will have a link to this central theme. Each
conference session is concluded with a panel discussion and
a questions and answers session enabling delegates to ask
specific questions and go deeper into subjects that may be
of special interest.