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Smith to showcase muscle at SignLink Live

The new manufacturing division of William Smith Group 1832, will be out in force for SignLink Live, where it will be demonstrating the immense variety and quality of its product range.

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Smith will showcase the quality, creativity, and vibrancy of its trade signage range

Taking place for the first time, SignLink Live will run from October 11th to 13th at the International Centre in Telford, welcoming many of the key players in the sign-making sector.

Smith wasted no time in booking its place at the event and will use its presence on stand K09 to demonstrate how the new business can support sign companies.

“What makes SignLink Live an attractive proposition to sign-makers is the fact it is an event which is targeted towards sign-makers specifically and the essence of sign-making fabrication,” explains Kyle Giles, marketing executive at Smith.

What makes SignLink Live an attractive proposition to sign-makers is the fact it is an event which is targeted towards sign-makers specifically and the essence of sign-making fabrication

He adds: “We are all too familiar with events showcasing hardware and printers, so SignLink Live should provide attendees with an invaluable opportunity to enhance existing relationships, learn about new products and innovative technologies, or even source new suppliers.

“At the event in October, we will showcase a range of commercial signage, all bespoke, all unique, and all with the aim of captivating people’s imaginations. Examples of products on show include illuminated tray signage, illuminated projecting signage, built-up letters, post and panel, plus many more. 

“In addition to this, we will have industry experts on the stand that will be able to provide you with unrivalled expertise and insightful information regarding Smith.”

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