‘Creating Business Connections’ show confirms exhibition growth of one fifth.
Faversham House, the organizers of Sign & Digital UK, has confirmed that it is expanding its floor plan by one fifth as a result of increasing exhibitor demand. The UK’s leading trade exhibition for wide format digital printing, sign making and display solution industries opens its doors to visitors from 24 to 26 March 2015 at the NEC, Birmingham.
The company said that with bookings up and the exhibition already 11 per cent larger than the 2014 show, Sign & Digital UK 2015 will return with the new theme “Creating Business Connections” which will be explored through the show’s product demonstrations, theatre programs and trails.
2015’s seminar line-up will feature a range of expert speakers, practical demonstrations and workshops, all designed to help industry professionals improve their business. The seminar schedules for the Corel, SignLab, Adobe and expanded Business Theatres will be announced in the coming weeks at www.signanddigitaluk.com.
In line with what are emerging as the industry’s biggest market opportunities and emerging revenue streams, 2015’s trails will include the return of the Textile Trail and the first Retail Route and Materials World Trails. A wide range of products and services will be highlighted these, including textile printing and finishing systems, retail POP and POS display systems, and the very latest materials, media and substrates.
Exhibitors confirmed to date include, Agfa Graphics, Amaya, Applelec, Art Systems, Atech, Blackman & White, CMYUK Digital, CWE Solutions, Grafityp, Hewlett-Packard, Inktec/Jetrix, Maxicam, Paperlinx UK, PrintMax, Perfect Colours, Colourgen, Hybrid Services/Mimaki, i-Sub, Resolute DTG, Soyang Europe, Ultima Displays, and many more. A full exhibitor list can be found at www.signanddigitaluk.com.
Rudi Blackett, event director for Sign & Digital UK, said: ‘‘2015 will be Sign & Digital UK’s 28th year. With such a strong heritage and many regular and loyal visitors, next year’s show will demonstrate the event’s evolution with insight into new markets and business opportunities.
“We celebrated a fantastic exhibition in 2014, with high exhibitor and visitor numbers. The independent visitor research carried out post-show put Sign & Digital UK way ahead of the B2B exhibition industry benchmark for overall event satisfaction.
“Of course, all of this means we have raised the bar and improving in 2015 will be even more challenging, something I know we can deliver given the expanded programme and the industry’s ongoing commitment and enthusiasm for Sign & Digital UK.”