Signage show to draw 400 global exhibitors
Dubai, January 26, 2012
The 15th edition of Sign and Graphics Imaging (SGI) Middle East, a major event in Dubai for signage, outdoor media, screen and digital printing industries, is set to draw more than 400 exhibitors from across the globe, said its organisers.
An official Dubai Shopping Festival 2012 event, the show will be held from January 31 to February 2 at the Dubai World Trade Centre. International Expo Consults (IEC), subsidiary of Falak Holding, is the main organiser of this event.
SGI show is expected to attract more than 10000 trade visitors from across 30 countries next year. IEC is expecting people from the region and also globally from across the US, Europe and Asia among other geographies to attend the show.
Abdul Rahman Falaknaz, chairman of IEC, said: “Just a few more days to go and we will be showcasing one of the most prestigious events for the sign, graphics and imaging industry. The show has generated sales amounting to billions of dollars for exhibitors serving the digital printing, signage and outdoor advertising industries in the last decade and a half.”
“Furthermore, this show will be introducing two new components namely the ‘Digital Signage’ and ‘Digital Commerce’ sections. We are delighted to have SGI listed as one of the official DSF events.”
“There is a great synergy between our events and as both the events are falling during the same time. The trade visitors can immensely benefit on the business and the leisure front by attending both the events in Dubai,” he added.
SGI is an established 14 year old business forum where exhibitors and visitors can interact with sign makers, print and production manufacturers, architects, media agencies, real-estate developers, brand and image consultants among others.
This forum will also include seminars and workshops conducted by industry experts. – TradeArabia News Service
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