European Sign Expo will take place for the second time in Munich in 2014, alongside FESPA Digital 2014 (20-23 May, Messe Munich, Germany).
The only dedicated event for this market in Europe, European Sign Expo offers sign makers and signage buyers a focused environment in which to explore innovations in non-printed signage, from channel lettering, LED and neon signage, through dimensional signage, engraving and etching, to digital signage. Visitors can expect to discover the latest developments in equipment, software, signage materials, signage systems, fittings and fixtures.
Visitors can maximise their time at the event by taking part in the tailored conference sessions available in the Sign Showcase theatre, as well as experiencing live demonstrations and networking opportunities at the Sign Bubble feature area. European Sign Federation (ESF) will again support FESPA with the development of the content programme, maximising its value for the signage buying and producing community. The event will also play host to the ESF Awards.
European Sign Expo 2014 will occupy 2,603m2 (gross) in Hall A2 of Messe München, alongside FESPA Digital, Europe's largest focused event for the digital wide format print industry. This co-location makes European Sign Expo a natural extension of the FESPA event, adding further value for sign-makers and visual communications professionals considering a visit to the market-leading digital print exhibition.
FESPA Divisional Director Roz McGuinness, who is steering the development of European Sign Expo 2014 comments: "In its second year, European Sign Expo 2014 will once again set out to deliver a focused event which gives signmakers - and those who are responsible for buying and specifying signage - valuable insights into the full spectrum of analogue and digital possibilities."
"The combination of European Sign Expo alongside the printed signage and graphics elements of FESPA Digital, makes the twin events a must-see for European signmakers, while for corporates and their branding agencies, retailers, hospitality & leisure brands, and venue managers whose remit includes branding and signage, the events will deliver inspirational ideas and practical insights into how to create and install high impact signage that is effective, practical and safe."
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