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85% space booked at Sign Istanbul 2016

The 18th edition of Sign Istanbul International Advertising Industry and Digital Printing Technologies Trade Fair will be held from September 29 to 2 October 2016. The show attracts suppliers and service providers of digital printing technologies, textile printing, advertising application equipment, small-size printing and documentation technologies, transfer materials, printing dyes, LED and LED displays, product exhibition stands, screen printing and promotion materials.

Zekeriya Aytemur, managing director of IFO Fuarcılık, organizers of the expo, has reported that exhibitors have already booked 85% of the available space and with 8 months still to go, the fair is attracting intense interest.

“Our domestic and international exhibitors including many global brands already started booking their stands for the next edition during the previous fair. SIGN Istanbul 2016 will occupy some 30,000 sqm of the Tüyap Fair and Congress Center and we are confident that the show will surpass the visitor and exhibitor records achieved last year,” says Zekeriya.

According to Zekeriya, SIGN Istanbul 2016 is attracting intense interest from suppliers due to the positive effect of the fair being held in the September-October period, the most productive period for the sector in terms of establishing business connections. The fair which also includes the special sections 3D Printshow Istanbul and Industrial Print Summit, is widely recognized as the most important event in the year for professionals in these sectors of digital printing, textile printing and sign making.

“The latest and most innovative products, technologies, materials and applications will be on display for thousands of visitors from different parts of Eurasia under the main themes of Digital Printing, Textile Printing, Sign Technology, Visual Communication, Led & Led Display, Industrial Printing and 3D Printing,” says Zekeriya.

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