All change for Sign & Digital UK 2020

Sign & Digital UK is returning to Birmingham’s NEC from April 28 to 30 with an all new show in a new hall.

Delivered by new event director Jenny Matthew, working alongside Rudi Blackett as key account director and a new marketing team, SDUK 2020 promises visitors and exhibitors a fresh show with a new website, new layout, new features and new stand options.

One brand new feature for 2020 is TextileTech, a new learning zone focused on the expanding growth market of textile print and finishing. It will feature applications and demonstrations, skills workshops, industry speakers, marketing leading specialist exhibitors and a textile trail.

There will also be two brand new areas introduced at the 2020 show. First is Sign Making Essentials, a zone dedicated to showcasing the essential equipment and tools for signmaking, featuring specialist suppliers of fixings, fittings, tools, squeegees, cutters and much more. Second is the Applications Gallery, where visitors can see a wide range of materials and substrates being used in a variety of creative application settings.

Industry presentations, seminars and live demonstrations will grow further for 2020, to enable visitors to build their skills and knowledge and support innovation all year round, with many new features being revealed in the lead up to the show.

Jenny Matthew, event director at SD UK, said: “We’re investing strongly in our long-standing and much loved Sign & Digital UK event, to help us deliver more for both visitors and exhibitors in 2020. With a new marketing and sales team to help grow the show, we’re also taking a fresh look at the show to help elevate it to the next level. We have some exciting plans in place and believe 2020 will be the best year yet.”

Sign & Digital UK is free to attend for visitors.

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