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The Print Show is postponed to autumn 2022

The Print Show is postponed to autumn 2022
 Link Exhibitions, the organiser of The Print Show has confirmed that due to the ongoing concerns over COVID-19, the 2021 edition of the UK-focused event will be delayed until 2022.

The exhibition, which had been due to run from September 28th to 30th at the NEC in Birmingham, had already attracted a number of major signings. However, due to a recent rise in COVID-19 cases and uncertainty as to the level of measures and restrictions that are likely remain in place in September, Link Exhibitions has taken the decision to postpone until autumn next year.

The event will now run on September 20th-22nd 2022 at the NEC.

Commenting on the postponement, Chris Davies, Event Director, said: “We’re incredibly disappointed to have to move the show, but with so much uncertainty as to where we will be in September, we believe this is the best decision for both exhibitors and visitors.

“We’re 100 percent committed to delivering a high-quality event that will offer real value to all those in attendance, but at the same time, we also want all our attendees to feel safe and comfortable when they are at the show.

“Given the situation regarding rising levels of positive cases, coupled with the uncertainty as to where the UK will be in the autumn, we simply don’t know what sort of restrictions we would face, or if the event would be able to go ahead at all.

“Thus, we have taken the decision now to postpone until next year, by when the vast majority of the UK population will have received their vaccinations and booster jabs, and we will have a much clearer vision of what the future holds.”

Almost all of the companies that signed up to exhibit at the show this year have agreed to roll their bookings over to 2022 free of charge.

For further information, visit: www.theprintshow.co.uk

 

 

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