Kiwis who have decided to cross the Tasman to visit the Visual Impact Show in Sydeny can pre-register anytime beforre the event, say organisers.
The show opens opens its doors in a week’s time and pre-registration will ensure smooth entry to the event and no waiting in queues.
This version of Visual Impact wioll highlight a range of technology and trends including design and MIS systems; digital printing; cutting and routing; POP retail display and exhibition systems; structural signage; and lighting technology.
Over 100 exhibitors will display their solutions and services. These include Avery Dennison, Currie Group, Canon, Epson, Graphic Art Mart, HP, Mimaki and Roland DG to name a few.
Organisers have arranged a comprehensive seminar programme featuring local and international experts who will cover a range of topics.
Diane Costa from Marketing Mechanics will explore social media. Australian Institute of Credit Management’s Andrew Le Marchant will offer tips to improve cash flow and handle overdue customer accounts. Victoria Fratin from Two Sides Australia will give insights with her Print in a Digital World presentation. Paul Taylor from PES will explore the opportunities 3D printing opening up for businesses in the sign, display, and print market.
Peter Harper, general manager of show organiser Visual Connections, , “Visual Impact has a track record for providing business owners and decision makers with a range of ideas, solutions and technologies to help them build their business success and stay ahead in what is an increasingly diverse and competitive market.”
- What: Visual Impact
- Where: Halls 5 and 6, Sydney Showground
- When: September 15 to 17
- Website: www.visualimpact.org.au/sydneyexhibition2016