The Print, Sign, Display & Graphics Virtual Trade Show has opened its virtual doors.
With the postponement of so many events because of Covid-19, supplier association Visual Connections created the virtual expo. The show aims to provide a wealth of resources on trends, technologies, innovations and product demonstrations. It will also feature expert commentary and a full webinar programme for industry professionals.
Peter Harper, chief executive at Visual Connections, says, industry suppliers have come on board to showcase their latest innovations and technologies.
The Print, Sign, Display & Graphics Virtual Trade Show exhibitors include: Currie Group, Epson, HP, Roland DG, Ball & Doggett, Bőttcher, Ecolease, Eurotech, Fujifilm, Hexis, Mutoh, Screen, Trotec, Control Zone, Epson, Europoles, Gravotech, Mimaki, Sign to Badge Solutions, Starleaton, Mutoh, Aeronaut Automation, Ferag Australia, Ricky Richards and Wilenco.
Harper says, “We really hope businesses will take advantage of the opportunity to experience products and offerings. They can access these through video presentations and training videos, photo galleries, downloadable content like brochures and of course contact information, all at the touch of a button.
“Many exhibitors will offer show specials, just as they do with a regular trade show. Visitors can access therse via a simple link on their virtual stand.
“Also, alongside the exhibitor showcases, we have put together a seminar and workshop programme. Speakers from all areas of the industry will educate, inform and entertain visitors across the four-month period.
“While we know things are still challenging for many people, we hope the opportunity to stay up to date with the latest innovations, see what’s possible, and learn from the experts will be a valuable one for businesses. If you are in a position to invest, it is a great chance to capitalise on genuine show special to update or diversify your business. Otherwise – we invite our industry colleagues to just visit and have some fun.”
Harper appreciates the support of the exhibitors for what they’re doing for the future of the industry. He adds, “We look forward to the day when we can get back to some sort of normality, and bring the industry together in one place to learn, connect and celebrate.”
Free to attend, the Print, Sign, Display & Graphics Virtual Trade Show runs 24 hours a day. It will remain open till the end of September with no cap on the number of visits.
Click here to access the virtual trade show, click here then browse the online floorplan to see all the content from the featured exhibitors.