Go Future Gazingat Sign and Digital UK, where the UK wide-format industry does business.
The UK's premier sign making and digital printing event returns to the Birmingham NEC on the 13th, 14th and 15th April 2010.
"Whether you're looking for expert advice from the show's extensive educational programme, the latest products and innovations to help improve your business or quite simply to make the right decisions on purchasing supplies, Sign and Digital UK 2010 really does have something for everyone,' comments Rudi Blackett, event director for the show.
Sign and Digital UK 2009 was a very successful show, with a strong line up of exhibitors and a high calibre of visitors taking in what the show had to offer. With Sign and Digital UK 2010 just around the corner, the show is again set to offer even more of an opportunity.
The exhibitor list keeps on growing, and you will see a wide range of leading industry suppliers at the show including: Fujifilm Sericol, Grafityp UK, Hexis, Hybrid Services/Mimaki, Oce UK, Roland DG, Mutoh Europe, GPT and William Smith.
Last year visitors came from a broad spectrum of companies in the industry such as Augustus Martin, Bezier, C3 Imaging, Gardners, Kall Kwik, Linney group, Printing.com, Service Graphics, Sign-A-Rama, Signs Express, St Ives group. to name a few. The show also brings in visitors from high profile brands such as Asda, BBC, British Airways, Cadbury, Harrods, Ikea, JC Decaux, MOD, TopShop, Waitrose, and many more.
Pre-registration for the 2010 show is already at record levels with many visitors already planning how they will take advantage of the many opportunities at the show.
As an example of how the show can be used to great effect, Sign and Digital UK 2010 is proud to be showcasing the very latest in innovative Roland technology. Not only will the latest technology open new doors for many of visitors, Roland will also be demonstrating a vast number of creative ideas and techniques to help visitors get the most out of digital print.
Duncan Jefferies, marketing manager at Hybrid Services, has this to say about the show: "At Hybrid Services - as Mimaki's exclusive distributor for the UK and Ireland - we ensure we are showing a representative selection of our product range that will mean the most to the visitors at the show. Sign and Digital UK 2009 gave us an excellent platform to introduce new Mimaki products to the industry, allowing visitors to see the latest digital printing and cutting hardware and software up close. We were impressed with the large number of visitors to the show who clearly appreciated the potential value of renewed investment in technology in helping them towards recovery from the recession."
The expanded seminar programme last year was extremely well received, and so this year there is another fantastic seminar programme on the cards, with Terry Steeley from Iridius giving demonstrations, tips and creative solutions on Adobe Creative Suite 4, including Adobe Bridge, Photoshop, InDesign, Illustrator, Acrobat Pro and the latest operating system, Snow Leopard.
Another series of seminars that are returning to Sign and Digital UK 2010 is the Corel Theatre. Once again these will be presented by Suzanne Smith, product trainer at Corel, who will be demonstrating the latest software applications and uses, providing in depth and hands on advice in getting the most practical use from the systems.
Lastly on the seminar front, there are two new additions to the show in 2010. A brand new software theatre will be introducing visitors to the chance to get real insight into the workings of some of the latest software from some of the biggest companies. Already signed up are Delcam, Touch Systems and Caldera with more to follow.
Accompanying this is the Demo Trail, again providing practical, hands-on experience on the day-to-day use of the kit on show. The trail will give visitors the ultimate guide in how to navigate the show and make the most of their time at the show.
"With so much on offer at this year's show, it is vital for anyone who is in the sign and digital industry, or wants to be, to take advantage of the quick and easy online registration which grants you free admission to the UK's premier sign making and digital printing event. At this year's show we have many opportunities that are really not to be missed, from the latest launches, new ideas and technology, to show features, networking opportunities, the extensive free seminar programme, free entry and the new Software Theatre and Live Demo Trail - this year's show is really one not to miss!" says Alan Caddick, marketing manager, Sign and Digital UK.
Aside from the usual feast of opportunities for visitors to the show, Sign and Digital UK 2010 brings back some more hugely successful features from the 2009 show. Free internet access will once again be available at the Sign Makers Bar, a great place to take a break from the show, meet industry movers and shakers, network with your peers, pick up your emails and recharge your batteries.
As usual, entrance to the event is free, and all you need to do is simply register online, so sign up now as you certainly don't want to miss this year's show.
Sign and Digital UK also brings you the best visitor competitions, and this year is no different. This year presents the opportunity for you and a guest to win VIP tickets to a match at Old Trafford. As part of the package, which is being sponsored by Hybrid Services, you will receive overnight accommodation, food and refreshments, entertainment, the chance to meet a famous face and on-site parking at Old Trafford.
To register for free entrance to Sign and Digital UK 2010, to enter the visitor VIP competition and to find further information about the show, visit www.signanddigitaluk.com or email email@example.com.
If you have not already booked a stand and wish to do so, please contact the show team as soon as possible on 0208 651 7100 or email firstname.lastname@example.org