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SIGN & DIGITAL UK Preview 15.00 – 15.30 Where digital meets traditional - signage solutions for 2017 An introduction to digital signage solutions for 2017 and how SME signage companies are using hard and soft signage to comple- shop will showcase some of the latest digital supplement your current services. technology, and highlight some of the tradi- tional signage methods that can be used to ment this new technology. This short work-


Michael Gietzen, Managing Director, Iden- tity Group


Thursday 30 March 11.00 – 11.30


Approaching mega build projects – creation and installation (architectural signage)


This session will explore the logistics and practicalities behind large architectural in- stallations. How to navigate the complexi- ties of large scale installations, from structural engineering and planning re- quirements through to craning and road clo- sures once on site. Told through a series of case studies this seminar will provide an in- sight into the considerations for large scale projects.


Further details to follow 12 -12.30


Sign maintenance and planning regulation


Sign Companies are having to raise stan- dards and not just understand, but meet their obligations when supplying, installing and maintaining signs. This short presenta- tion gives sign makers a glimpse of the ex- pectations customers are now expressing as their minimum requirements.


Hybrid Services' stand at their first Sign UK show in 1997.


David Catanach, Director, British Sign and Graphics Association


12.45-13.15


An investment in knowledge pays the best interest


Joe Wigzell, Roland DG Academy & Cre- ative Centre Manager presents the wide va- riety of training options available; webinars, online courses, practical experience and mentoring being some of the alternative for- mats to classroom-learning.


Joe Wigzell, Roland DG 13.30-14.00


Making the apprenticeship levy work for you


Any business that pays more than £3m in wages and salaries will, from April 2017, pay a 0.5 per cent apprenticeship levy on its total wage bill. This will be offset by an an-


nual allowance of £15,000 to spend on training. The levy aims to encourage the creation of 3 million apprenticeships by 2020, and raise the skills of the nation. This session will explain the new rules surround- ing the levy; explain how employers (whether or not they pay the levy) can un- derstand training needs and build a training plan, find a candidate and choose a training provider; explore the financial impact and processes required to implement a suc- cessful apprenticeship scheme; and will ad- vise how to make the most of the levy and apprenticeships.


Charles Jarrold, Chief Executive, BPIF 14.15 – 15.15


Business Diversification: soft signage


Soft signage (printing display graphics to textile substrates to create flags, banners and displays) is fast becoming a growth sector for the print and sign making industry. Soft signage is lightweight, can be easier to store, transport and install and can be more durable than PVC, paper and vinyl. This seminar will explore how companies can di- versify into soft signage, exploring invest- ment strategies, how to use existing equipment, floor space planning and the skills necessary for finishing.


Understanding the benefits of trade supply


Fiona Reid, Operations Director, Grafenia


Getting started with textile printing Rolf Smith, Partner, Ashgrove Trading


86 Sign Update ISSUE 170 APRIL 2017


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