Faversham House has announced the postponement of its Digital Print UK show, due to be held at Birmingham NEC this September, until Autumn 2013.
Organisers are confident of ensuring “considerable benefits for everybody” in moving the exhibition to the new date, having taken on board extensive feedback from exhibitors facing budget constraints in a drupa year.
Rudi Blackett, Show Director for Digital Print UK, says, “The consistent feedback we’ve received is there is a demand for a digital print-specific show that provides a ‘total show experience’. We want visitors to have a mix of advice, demonstrations and working applications – all in one place at one time to give real business value. All that’s changing now is the date, which is being moved to the autumn of 2013 which will also allow us more time to model the show to further suit exhibitor and visitor requirements. This will ensure considerable benefits for everybody.”
Chris Rushton, Sales Manager for Digital Print UK, adds, “Companies that had made firm bookings for the event originally planned for September 2012 are being informed personally with appropriate communications. The change has been welcomed with a high level of reconfirmed support for the show that they see as a vital part of the UK printing industry next year. It will build on the successful Sign & Digital UK formula, which, once again in 2012, was a hugely popular event.”