SDUK prepares for 'big turnout'

Printweek team
Wednesday, November 24, 2021

Sign & Digital UK (SDUK) has opened visitor registration for next March’s event after a three-year hiatus as its organiser hails significant support from exhibitors new and old.

New features are being developed for next year's show
New features are being developed for next year's show

Set to take place in Hall 2 at the NEC, Birmingham, the three-day show, which encompasses décor, design, display, print, and signage, last took place in March 2019, with the 2020 and 2021 editions curtailed by the Covid pandemic.

SDUK event director Jenny Matthew said: “The floorplan is packed! We are thrilled such a large number of exhibitors have returned for 2022; that so many of those have increased their presence, with stand upgrades, and that we have welcomed so many new exhibitors.

“It really is testament to the industry’s confidence in SDUK and the show’s continued role in bringing the industry together to do business.”

Oganiser Faversham House said confirmed stalwart exhibitors include Epson, Hybrid Services/Mimaki, Premier Paper, Roland DG, Trotec Laser, and Zund Plotting Systems, with many increasing on their 2019 footprints. While new, first-time exhibitors include Brunel Engraving, IQ Australia, SwissQPrint, OneVision Software, and Unify Office Group.

According to Matthew, a number of new features are being planned for next year’s show, which will be unveiled nearer the event.

“We have recently conducted an extensive research campaign to gain greater insight into our visitors’ needs and plans for the event – the results have been overwhelmingly positive; new features are being developed and we expect a big turnout in March.”

The show will take place 22-24 March 2022. For more information and to register for free, visit signuk.com

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