One month to go until Visual Impact

In one month, the Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre will host the Visual Impact expo, returning to Queensland’s capital after six years

Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre
Visual Impact returns to Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre

The Visual Impact expo is set to return to Queensland’s capital after a gap of over six years, taking place at the Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre in just a month. This much-awaited event is expected to provide opportunities for businesses in the industry to establish successful connections.

“Visual Impact is the industry’s leading show for sign, display, print and graphics and we’re delighted that this year’s show is completely sold out, with exhibitors planning to show solutions for everything from signage and displays, to wide-format printing, textile printing, LED and illumination, fabrication, routing, engraving and laser cutting, software and workflows,” says Charly Blades, Events Manager for show organisers, Visual Connections.

“The benefits of trade shows are well-established, with the opportunity to see and experience all the latest technologies and connect with the organisations and people who can help you chart a course for success in your business.

“This show will be one of the most comprehensive we’ve staged in Brisbane, and the response has been excellent, with hundreds of industry professionals already registered,” she says, while acknowledging that the vast majority of registrations – as always – will likely come in over the coming month, with an expected total of somewhere around 2500 attendees over the three days from 17 – 19 July.

Inside Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre
Opportunities for businesses to connect at the Visual Impact expo

The list of exhibitors at the show is extensive, led by Platinum Sponsor Roland DG, Gold Sponsors Avery Dennison, Epson, Graphic Art Mart, HP, Spicers and Trotec. They will be joined by a host of other leading names, including Ball & Doggett, Mimaki Australia, Celmac, Elizabeth Machines, Sign Essentials, Multicam and Wilenco.

Also exhibiting are Smartech, Alfex CNC, Amari Visual Solutions, Creative Graphic Solutions, Currie Group, Bannermate, Lettertech Australia, Paper Handling Equipment (PHE), and Stick On Signs.

Velflex, Mutoh, Pozitive and Neofoam will also have sizeable stands, as will Adzon, Arlon, Banner Brother, Complete Signage Installation, Dakco LED, Digital FX, Eventec, i-Create Laser Cutting & Engraving, Interone, M-Power Software, O’Brien Engineering, Prime Graphics, Print IQ, Pulse Laser Systems, SALed, SAS, Signovate, Sign To Badge Solutions, Worldkougei, Zoometc, as well as Australian Skills Management Institute, Ecolease and Finance@Work.

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