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Numbers up for PRINT&SIGN exhibition

PRINT&SIGN 2019, the digital printing exhibition for South East Europe announced a 20% increase in visitors compared with 2018.

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Visitors increase for PRINT&SIGN show

PRINT&SIGN took place from October 9th - 12th in Romania along with DIGITAL SIGNAGE Show, an exhibition for digital displays and interactive technologies, and CORPORATE GIFTS Show which presents promotional items.

Over 6000 people attended the event to view exhibits of digital displays and interactive technologies.
An eclectic mix of attendees visited the event, including people from the marketing, architecture, advertising and media industries.

The event hosted 150 exhibitors from 11 different countries, including Dio Boaca, an expert in digital out-of-home (DOOH) advertising who discussed the latest digital textile printing trends and most efficient communication campaigns in DOOH.

The event hosted 150 exhibitors from 11 different countries

According to a survey by PRINT&SIGN, its visitors were interested by digital printing (35.12%), textile printing (22.32%), advertising production (21.98%), large format printing (16.18%) or industrial printing (15.58%).

Visitors who attended the second edition of DIGITAL SIGNAGE Show were interested in: digital signage solutions (65.71%), video wall solutions (46.43%), LED screens (42.86%), large format screens (41.43%), touchscreens (39.64%), and interactive systems (35.36%).

At CORPORATE GIFTS Show, visitors were engaged by agendas and calendars (69.25%), boxes and bags (53.73%), gadgets items (51.86%), visual communication promotional items (50.93%), promotional textiles (50%).

If you have any comments on this story, or would like to get in touch, please email me at zoe@linkpubishing.co.uk or join the conversation on Twitter.

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