Sign & Digital UK 2013 is seeing a flurry of bookings with big name exhibitors committing to significant space at the event. Epson, Roland DG, Hybrid Services/Mimaki, Agfa Graphics, All Print Supplies, Digital Print Innovations, AXYZ, PrintMax, Dorotape, Signwaves, Ultima Displays, Signmaster Systems, Delcam, NCS Fabrications, Granthams, Blackburn Metals, Radecal Machine Sales & Services, Maxicam and The Sign Group are just some of the companies that have booked their space for the show.
Rudi Blackett, Event Director comments, "We are delighted to report strong stand sales already for Sign & Digital UK 2013, which will be held in 2013 at the NEC, Birmingham from April 30th to May 2nd. The show is well established as a business event for the sign & display graphics industry and the growing number of end users of signage and digital printing output. Exhibitors at the 2012 show have reported significant sales onsite – confirming that Sign & Digital UK is without doubt a must-attend annual event for businesses to find the best deals, keep up with the latest technology and make informed purchasing decisions.’’
Hybrid's marketing manager - and regular exhibitor at the show - Duncan Jefferies adds, "Sign & Digital UK 2013 is set to play a very important part in Hybrid's plans for next year, affording us the opportunity to meet with our core UK & Irish customers. Historically, we've enjoyed great success at the show and fully expect next year's to be equally valuable."
Brett Newman, Technical Director at Roland DG (UK) says, “In line with Roland DG’s growing portfolio of innovative products for the sign making and digital printing market, we have significantly increased our stand presence at Sign & Digital UK 2013, as we see the exhibition as a great opportunity to spend quality time and do business with both new and existing customers.’’
The 2013 show will also see the introduction of a business development learning zone, which will contain a number of niche areas, focusing on developing markets and dedicated to making money. One of the aims of these new areas will be to educate and demonstrate.
Alan Caddick, Senior Marketing Manager explains, "To further increase the advice on offer at the show, we have introduced this new business zone which will be a really effective way for business owners to spend a day out of the office. The idea is for business professionals to come and learn about new business opportunities and see them in action. Opportunities that they can add into their existing businesses, and in some cases, with only a small investment for a great return.”