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First exhibitors announced for SDUK 2020

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Sign & Digital UK (SDUK) is expanding the show’s appeal with both new and returning exhibitors already confirmed. In direct response to the demands of its core audience, the leading signmaking, display solutions and digital printing show will host “an exciting range of leading suppliers” when it returns to the NEC in Birmingham 28-30 April 2020.

First-time exhibitors already confirmed include: CLIP, SwissQPrint, WITPAC, All things Décor (Sequin Walls), Premier Bond, Cutting Mats, Digital Sign UK, Quatro Tech (The Printers Market Place), Colour Display, ABC Mix co, Red Dragon Laser, Gunnar International, Dufaylite Developments, Signs Plaza, Section 8 Contracting, Bonwyke and (Cover Styl).

Some of the companies returning for 2020 include Roland DG, Epson, Hybrid Services / Mimaki, Grafityp, Hexis, Premier Paper, RA Smart/Rexframe, Blackman & White, Zund Plotting Systems, Vivid Laminating Technologies, The Magic Touch, YPS, Award Crafters, Signwaves, Josero, Trade Etching, Merlin Tools, Eurobond Adhesives, Amaya Sales, ITC, Very Displays, D&K Europe, Gravograph, HPC Laser, AG Cad, AXYZ Automation, FTC UK, GESS, Boxford, William Smith Group 1832, Lion Picture Framing, Quality Print Services, Rollsroller and Trotec Laser.

 Organisers of SDUK carried out a series of interviews with customers following the 2019 show to pinpoint key areas they’d like to see covered, from new products to industry experts and trends. 

 Event director Jenny Matthew says: “For Sign & Digital 2020 we’ve been working closely with exhibitors and visitors to uncover current demands. The needs of our core signage, display and print audiences are always crucial to the show’s success and they have been built into our development strategy and reflected in the expanding exhibitor list.

“From tools, textiles and décor to accessories, we’re thrilled to be responding to the industry’s growing areas by introducing a range of new names to the show, as well as welcoming back many much-loved and highly anticipated exhibitors in 2020.”


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