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Sign & Digital offers chance for industry input

Organisers of the sign-making and digital printing show are giving visitors a chance to help shape the show by submitting their suggestions for the 2019 edition.

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Sign & Digital is seeking visitor input for this year’s programme

In a bid to tailor a compelling main stage for all visitors, Sign & Digital is looking for contributions from visitors to make it the most collaborative event yet.

Attendees are invited to submit an online form via the event’s website, posing questions they would like answered or particular speakers they would like to hear from at the show.

Jane Lewis, marketing manager for Sign & Digital UK, comments: “In the current climate, where markets are constantly changing, business owners need to get smarter to retain and win business.

“We’re delighted to offer the industry the chance to get involved with this year’s show, to ensure we’re offering the most relevant and supportive advice to our visitors.

We’re delighted to offer the industry the chance to get involved with this year’s show, to ensure we’re offering the most relevant and supportive advice to our visitors

“We hope this will enable business owners to learn valuable lessons that will help them grow their business, diversify their offering and put them at the top of their game.” 

Sign & Digital returns to the NEC in Birmingham from April 2nd until the 4th, showcasing a range of original and innovative solutions from manufacturers for the sign-making, display and digital printing markets.

Last year the event welcomed over 5,300 visitors to the event, where suppliers met new customers, strengthened relationships with long-standing clients, and demonstrated the latest technology.

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