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Help to shape Sign & Digital UK 2019

Help to shape Sign & Digital UK 2019

On 2nd-4th Aril 2019, Sign & Digital UK will return to Birmingham’s NEC with its most compelling Main Stage programme to date, as it will be designed in collaboration with its visitors.

The show organisers, Faversham House Group, are inviting attendees to use an online form  (https://www.signuk.com/help-us-shape-the-show#/) to pose the questions they’d like to see answered on the event’s Main Stage and to suggest who they’d like to hear speak at the show.

Whether commenting on the industry panel debates, the presentation of practical case-study led sessions, or even the guests chatting with host Colin Gilman, Sign & Digital UK welcomes visitor feedback so that it can provide the right experts, advice and insights for the 2019 event.

The event website offers expert educational content to support innovation within the industry year-round, but the Main Stage aims to bring both the information provided there and other industry topics to life at the show next year.

Jane Lewis, Marketing Manager for Sign & Digital UK, said: “In the current climate, where markets are constantly changing, business owners need to become properly clued up if they are to retain and win business.

“We’re delighted to offer the industry the chance to become involved with this year’s show so that we can ensure that we’re offering the most relevant and interesting features to our visitors. We also hope that they will provide sign and print companies with everything they need to help them grow their businesses, diversify their product portfolios and generally keep them at the top of their game.”

 Sign & Digital UK is free to attend for visitors. To enquire about exhibiting please contact the show team on telephone 01342 33200 or e-mail signanddigitaluk@fav-house.com

For further information on Sign & Digital UK, visit:

http://www.signuk.com

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