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The Print Show unveils floor plan and new online portal

The Print Show unveils floor plan and new online portal

Link Exhibitions, the organiser of The Print Show is developing and launching a brand new online information portal along with its initial floorplan.

Scheduled to take place once again at Birmingham’s NEC in on October 11th to 13th, the exhibition has already attracted a number of key participants, including 80 percent of the companies that took part in last October’s inaugural event, such as Grafityp, Intelligent Finishing Solutions, Konica Minolta, Riso, and Vivid Laminating Systems, whileother recent signings are listed as Antalis, Presstek, and Premier Paper Group.

Chris Davies, The Print show’s Event Director, commented  “The warm response that the launch show received, together with the level of success that the first time exhibitors enjoyed has definitely driven the bookings for 2016, and we are much further ahead than we were at this time last year.As a result, we are also expanding the show and anticipate that it will be between 15 and 20 oercent larger than previously.”

In response to the interest in the event from across the commercial print spectrum, The Print Show’s technology team has designed a new information hub that offers both exhibitors and visitors access to a host of information that will help them make the most out of their time at the event.

Lucas Fedyniak, the exhibition’s Technical Manager, explained that the show website has been updated to reflect this year’s  show theme and to provide all interested parties easy access to additional information that will help them to prepare for this year’s  event.

He said: “Our new visitor and exhibitor information portal is now incredibly mobile-friendly and enables people to register for e-mail updates about the show. It also features a full photo library and video content from last year and ensures that everyone can keep thoroughly up to date with the plans for this year.”

While some features, such as the new design and layout will be obvious to first-time visitors, those that return more than once will also notice further changes, including a new colour scheme and theme that changes over multiple visits.

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