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Sign & Digital UK gets into gear

Sign & Digital UK gets into gear

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Following this year’s bumper show, Sign & Digital UK will once again return to the NEC in 2015, where it is scheduled to take place on 24th-26th March.

The organiser, Faversham House Group, which hadalready confirmed that stand bookings for 2015 were up by 20 percent,has now increased the size of the show by one fifth and confirmed that over 100 exhibitors have already signed up,

As well as the show’s regular supporters, which include companies such as Agfa Graphics, Colourgen, Grafityp, Graphtec GB, Hybrid Services/Mimaki, i-Sub, Landor UK, Resolute DTG, Signwaves, Soyang Europe, Ultima Displays and Vivid Laminating Technologies, visitors will also have the opportunity to see many exhibitors who are making their show debut.  These newcomers include BaltLED, Blackman & White Cutters, Emo Neon, Substance Europe, Texo Trade Services, Think Sub International and Universal Image Systems.  In addition, many other companies will be returningwith considerably bigger stands, amongst them   Amaya, Art Systems, Atech, Bannershop UK, Caslon, Complete CNC Solutions, Friedheim International, Hewlett-Packard, Inktec/Jetrix, Maxicam, Paperlinx UK, PrintMax and Perfect Colours. A full exhibitor list can be found at

Visitors to the 2015 event will also be able to enjoy a variety of enhanced and improved show features too. Following independent visitor research carried out after the 2014 show, Sign & Digital UK 2015, which will use as its theme the slogan ‘Creating Business Connections’, will place a greater emphasis on the provision of business advice, while also highlighting the opportunities provided by the rapidly growing interior décor, soft signage and printed Point of Purchase display sectors.Other visitor features will include a wide range of different product demonstrations, theatre programmes and trails, such as the Textile Trail, the Retail Route and the Materials World trail. Furthermore, the 2015 seminar line-up will field a selection of expert speakers who will provide practical demonstrations and workshops designed to help sign and print companies to improve their businesses. Full details will be announced during the coming weeks on the Sign & Digital UK website.

The event’s Director, Rudi Blackett, said: ‘‘2014 turned out to be a fantastic show that attracted sign, display and digital print companies, as well as many end-users who were keen to see everything that was new in this vibrant market. The event also had a real buzz, which was reflected in the high level of investment in equipment and products, with exhibitors reporting record on-site sales.

He added: “We are delighted with the industry’s ongoing commitment to the event and feel confident that next year we will be able to offer the best show so far!”

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