Digital Print show being promoted by Faversham House at Sign & Digital

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Faversham House executives, including new sales manager Chris Rushton, are using the three days of Sign & Digital UK to promote their new show at the same venue, the NEC in Birmingham, from 18-20 September. The organisers are holding discussions with the growing number of exhibitors who are looking to sell into the commercial print market and see Digital Print UK as a key target market for sales opportunities and networking.

Mr Rushton, a familiar figure to commercial printers, comments, “People who I have already spoken to at the show see Digital Print UK as an important new event to generate new leads and develop further contacts in this all-important digital marketplace. And, as a trusted show partner, they know we will deliver another first-class event.”

More than half the stand-space has already been allocated for Digital Print UK, the first dedicated digital printing exhibition at the National Exhibition Centre, Birmingham. And momentum is building for this three-day cross-industry show in Halls 7-8 at the NEC that will be a magnet for both exhibitors and visitors alike.

An important element of the show, which will have the theme of “the business of making money from digital print”, will include bringing together senior-level delegates in a series of discussion forums that will be led by independent industry professionals on each of the three days. Further details will be unveiled in the coming weeks by Faversham House, one of the UK’s leading independent media companies, which will be making a series of announcements in the run-up to the big event that will follow on from other show successes.

Show director Rudi Blackett says, “All the signs are there for Digital Print UK to become another popular and successful UK show at the NEC, which will build on our successes and  become one of the most important, unmissable events of its kind in the UK on an annual basis. Already, we have cross-industry support and will be unveiling more exciting details about Digital Print UK in the coming weeks.”

He adds “Digital Print UK will be an important platform from which show-goers can discover many ways in which to drive their profits forward. It’s not just about the products and software; visitors will experience a mix of advice, demos and working applications that will be of real business value whether they are looking to invest in digital or are already in this increasingly important printing market.”