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Sign & Digital UK and ISA-UK collaborate on seminars

Sign & Digital UK and ISA-UK collaborate on seminars
ISA-UK, the independent trade association for the UK sign, graphics and visual communications sectors, is partnering with the organiser of Sign & Digital UK to deliver a series of informative sessions at this year’s exhibition.

Together with Sign & Digital UK, ISA-UK will run the SDUK Explains Lounge, a free-to-attend, in-event feature that will offer a wide range of seminars, hosted by Craig Brown with input from other ISA-UK council members from all corners of the industry.

A rolling programme of business and technical advice sessions will run throughout the event, with each seminar designed to help visitors to keep up with the latest trends in the market, gain valuable insight into how to strengthen and grow their businesses, and help identify new revenue opportunities.

Sessions will feature real-world case studies and interactive presentations, while visitors will also have the opportunity to put questions to all speakers lined up for the programme.

ISA-UK will also be signing up new members during Sign & Digital UK, with companies that register at the event gaining access to a number of special benefits that will be exclusive to new signings at the show.

Sam Armstrong, founder of Make it Happen signage consultancy and the President of ISA-UK, commented: “We’re delighted to be working with Sign & Digital UK on the SDUK Explains Lounge at the exhibition this year.

“Expert speakers from across the industry will be passing on hugely important knowledge and advice that could prove invaluable for sign companies that are in the process of recovery following the pandemic. We look forward to meeting with visitors at the show!”

Sign & Digital UK 2022 will take place at the NEC, Birmingham from 22nd-24th March 2022.

 For further information, visit: www.sduk.com

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