ESE 2018 set to be the largest event to date
European Sign Expo, the dedicated non-printed signage event, will return from 15th-18th May 2018 at Messe Berlin in Germany, alongside FESPA Global Print Expo 2018.
Set to be the largest event in its six-year history, with a record number of exhibitors gracing the floor plan, European Sign Expo 2018 will be an unmissable event for signmakers. The 2018 event is expected to host up to 100 exhibitors covering channel lettering, neon, LED, illuminated display, dimensional signage, etching and engraving, and dimensional signage.
To date there is a 38 percent increase in the size of the event compared to 2017, making it the biggest yet in terms of exhibition space. Following the success of previous editions, European Sign Expo 2018 is already set to welcome 23 percent more exhibitors than 2017, including both first-time and returning suppliers. Exhibitors confirmed to date include: Arcadia LED, Cosign, Domino Sign, Easy Screen Display Stands, Herz GmbH, Sanders Group, SloanLED Europe B.V. and Yellotools.
Trudy Kersten, Marketing – Office Manager Europe, Sloan LED comments: “European Sign Expo is the biggest signage exhibition for us that provides the opportunity to meet with our existing customers as well as new customers from across the world. It is a great platform to showcase our new products.”
Michael Althoff, CEO and Founder, YelloTools comments: European Sign Expo is a must-attend event for anyone serious about signmaking and interested in the future of this market. The event brings together both regional and international exhibitors all under one roof. We are looking forward once again to taking our demo bus to the next show in Berlin where we will show a couple of new products for the first time.”
The strapline for European Sign Expo 2018 is ‘Where Signage Takes Off’, highlighting the role the exhibition plays as the platform where signmakers can observe the latest trends, applications and products within the non-printed signage industry. Visitors to the event will find the latest products and services to help take their businesses further either through new revenue streams or by improving and upgrading their existing offering.
While at FESPA 2018, signmakers looking for inspiration can also check out the shortlisted entries for the non-printed signage category – as well as the other 13 categories – to the FESPA Awards that will be on display in the main entrance of the event at Messe Berlin. Sign-makers who would like to showcase a piece of outstanding work still have time to enter the FESPA Awards 2018. More information can be found at: www.fespaawards.com
For all the latest information on European Sign Expo 2018, including an exhibitor list, travel information and highlights from the 2017 event, signmakers should check out European Sign Expo’s new website, www.europeansignexpo.com where visitors can also register their interest in attending via the website.