After what seems a very long three years, Sign & Digital is back at the NEC from 22nd to 24th March. For the last 25 years or so, I have looked SDUK as one of the first signs of Spring and, on a personal level I am delighted to see it back.
The team at SDUK are also clearly very excited to be back and the programme they have put together is as good as I’ve seen in all the years. It is also a great opportunity to re-build important business connections, discover the future and conduct business face-to-face once more.
According to Show Director, Jenny Matthew, “The show this year has been designed to offer everything that will help you to improve your business, remain competitive and take it to the next level. Be prepared to discover the latest trends, potential new revenue streams and expand your knowledge with unmissable learning opportunities and free business advice geared towards the growth and success of your business.”
“New features include the SDUK Explains Lounge, in partnership with the ISA UK. This rolling programme of business and technical advice sessions is designed to help you keep up with the changing market, gain insight to strengthen and grow your business and identify new revenue opportunities.”
“We’ve also added two new ‘trails’ that focus on the increasing demand for environmental and sustainable solutions. Discover environmentally positive products and solutions on the Sustainability trail and meet exhibitors showcasing recyclable materials, non-PVC substrates, new ecological ink technologies, along with a wide array of energy efficient workflow solutions. Following the TextileTech trail will lead you to uncover the benefits of adding textiles to your workflow through a host of new applications, demonstrations, skills workshops, industry speakers and specialist exhibitors.”
“The ever-popular HEXIS UK Wrap Battle Contest also makes a return with two heats and a semi-final taking place on the show floor each day, with the winners going head-to-head in the grand final on Thursday.”
“As print, sign and graphics companies continue to reimagine their business models in the wake of the pandemic, my advice is to use the show to fact find and take advice. Speak to suppliers and ask them to share their insight and discuss ideas on how you can drive your business forward through a combination of technology, creativity and knowledge.
For full details and exhibitor listings, visit www.signuk.com