Culture, Education, Training
The comment we heard most from visitors to The Sign Show is, not only is it a great place to scope out the latest technology and get a good deal, but it is a fun, entertaining, and informative day out. The special visitor attractions seek to celebrate the past, provide insights for visitors into maximising their business in the present, and plan new horizons of future growth. The UK sign industry is an incredibly diverse sector that also has a rich cultural and technological heritage, and we want to shout about it.
Who will be there?
To get the most out of your time at The Sign Show it is vital to research the fantastic manufacturers and suppliers that will showcase their latest innovations. So keep checking the exhibitor list as it grows and start creating your shopping list.
Plan your trip
To maximise your trip to The Sign Show it is worth planning your route around its floorplan so you can pack in seeing all the suppliers and manufacturers key to your businesses growth plans. As it is updated with new exhibitors regularly, make sure you keep checking it.
With hospitality located directly in Hall 9,The Sign Show is a fantastic place to meet up with your business network in a friendly environment with a great atmosphere as the sign industry comes together. It is also a valuable resource to create new business relationships.
The Sign Show gives visitors access to more than 30 specialist business coaching, sales training, and technical insight sessions free of charge at the Business Seminar Theatre. In addition the Software Training Theatre provides expert training on everything from colour control to the latest MIS software.
With more than 50 top class exhibitors showcasing the latest machinery, products, and services from across the UK’s sign-making supply chain—in addition to a range of amazing visitor attractions to entertain, educate, and delight—a visit to The Sign Show is highly valuable.
The very latest Technology
The UK sign-making industry is among the top five in the world when it comes to technical excellence and the volume of products it manufactures. Indeed, UK sign-makers are also recognised internationally for their high levels of professional expertise and creative ingenuity.
Being able to investigate the latest sign-making technology, while sourcing innovative new materials, software systems, and trade services all under one roof – is an invaluable day out for any sign business.
“Set up was great, it has been friendly and organised. And the show really is a breath of fresh air. Another important factor is that its focus on non-printed signage leads to a high quality of visitor.”
Carl Eastwood, Applec
“The quality of visitor is high, they are switched on and they know the market well. Five years ago, there would not have been as much fabric at the show but it is now definitely an emerging side of the industry.”
Alexander Brice, Brand Stand UK
“We are glad we exhibited, and I think the show has been good for the industry.”
Mike Vince, Irpen