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Trophex gets into gear

Trophex gets into gear

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Trophex 2015, the annual exhibition dedicated to the UK trophy, awards, engraving and personalisation sector, which takes place on the 18th-19th January at Birmingham’s NEC, is designed to help visitors to grow and diversify their businesses.

Attendees will be able to see all of the leading industry manufacturers and suppliers,including TheMagicTouch, Glenway Products and Nova Chrome UK, while returnees, Kornit and Tajima,will also be represented, following their successful debuts at last year’s event.  Another returning company is Swatkins Group, which will be using the occasion to promote its new catalogue and to showcase its latest product range and first time exhibitors will include Hanover House Land PR Roast.

In addition to the impressive exhibitor line-up, the show will offer a range of ancillary features, including the Industry Awareness Zone, where visitors will be able to enjoy a series of seminars and the Knowledge Centre. which will provide them with technical information and advice on a variety of industry related topics. The Corel team will also be running a series of engraving workshops that are designed to help users make the most of the CorelDRAW Graphics Suite.

In order to help visitors to keep fully up-to-date with all of the latest news relating to the exhibition, Trophex has recently launched the all new ‘Trophex App’, which is available for download to iOS and Android devices.  It can be found at The App Store or Google Play, listed under Trophex 2015.  The App also enables companies to pre-register for the event and provides a full exhibitor list, floorplan and up-to-the minute information on the seminar programme, thus enabling visitors to plan how best to use their time at the show in advance of their visit.


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