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SIGN News


FESPA 2017 encourages printers to 'Dare to Print Different'


‘Dare to Print Different’ is FESPA’s new message of inspiration to its print commu- nity, and the strapline for the 2017 global expo, taking place at Messe Hamburg, Ger- many from 8 to 12 May 2017.


FESPA Divisional Director, Roz McGuin- ness, said: “When printers head to FESPA 2017 in May, we want them to arrive with the ambition to explore and identify something that could expand their bound- aries and give them fresh impetus. Every feature in the expo is designed to show PSPs the many avenues of opportu- nity available to them, and to leave them invigorated with new ideas to apply in their business.”


Dare to Print Different celebrates the rich technology and materials innovation that is always at the heart of FESPA. And its role in helping printers to fulfil their potential and differentiate themselves through new products and business models, say the or- ganisers.


FESPA 2017 includes three distinct zones devoted to screen, digital wide format and textile printing, to encourage printers and sign makers to explore applications such as graphics and soft signage, industrial print, garments and promotional items, interior décor, surface decoration and vehicle wrap- ping.


A single visitor ticket covers FESPA 2017 and the co-located European Sign Expo event for non-printed signage, which makes it easy for visitors to investigate the potential to diversify into new service or application areas.


Visitors interested in the growth potential from interior décor applications will also benefit from free access to Printeriors, a hotel-themed showcase that features printed interior décor elements created using a range of technologies, processes and materials.


Together, the three events give visitors ac- cess to some 700 international exhibitors under one roof.


“We know that discovering new products is the primary reason that thousands of busi- ness owners and senior managers commit to visiting FESPA year on year”, says Roz. As well as discover new products on show, visitors can also access the wealth of inde- pendent expertise within the free on site ed- ucational programme.


The new FESPA 2017 event website is live at www.fespa2017.com, and visitors can register immediately online to obtain entry free of charge to the event.


• To register, visit: www.fespa2017.com, using promotional code FESM701 for free entry


Explore new products, get expert advice, network and get inspired, at this year's FESPA global expo.


• For discounted flights with FESPA’s official airline partner, visit: www.fespa2017.com/about-fespa-2017/in ternational-visitors


• For Hamburg tourist information, visit: www.hamburg-tourism.de/


Sign company launches in Watford


Signs Express is opening a new centre in Watford, with new franchisee David Halliday in charge.


Signs Express has been established for more than 25 years and provides a one- stop-shop for all forms of business signage, such as interior and exterior signs, displays, vehicle graphics and banners.


David has over 20 years’ experience man- aging sales accounts for large entities like TNT and Tag. He said: “I am really excited to get my teeth into my new venture and have already met with new clients in the area who need signage.”


The new centre, based in the Empire Cen- tre off Imperial Way, has been equipped with the best in design, print and cut technology from favoured suppliers and have a variety of tactile signage samples so you can see precisely the finish you need.


Managing Director of the Signs Express network, Craig Brown, said: “It is always a special occasion for us when we open a new centre and we are delighted that we have David on board. David’s enthusiasm and strong managerial skills are the perfect fit for running a good business and we look forward to working with him in the future.”


70 Sign Update ISSUE 170 APRIL 2017


(L to R) Craig Brown, manaing director of Signs Express with David Halliday, Signs Express (Watford)


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