The 17th edition of SIGN İstanbul will take place from 10-13 September 2015 where it will host world leading suppliers in the advertising, sign making and digital printing sectors. This technological extravaganza is recognized as “the biggest such trade event in Eurasia”, where it has already attracted the support of leading global brands including Efi, Epson, Flora, HP, Konica Minolta, Mimaki, Roland and SwissQ. It is a trade hub bringing together global brands and professional buyers from Turkey, Eurasia, Middle East and North Africa. Many products and technologies ranging from digital printing technologies, textile printing, advertising application equipment, small-size printing and documentation technologies, transfer materials, printing dyes, LED and LED displays, product displays, screen printing to promotion materials will be exhibited at the fair.
Some of the leading companies will be participating for the very first time at the event. Avery Denisson, the global leader in labeling and packaging materials and solutions will be one of them. Esra Boro GRS Sales Development Manager of MENA Region from Avery Denisson Company stated, “SIGN Istanbul will be a great opportunity for us to improve our customer relations, promote our products, inform the sector about our distribution channels and to get together with the key brands of the sector.” Ms Boro added that Avery Denisson will be exhibiting their digital printing and supreme wrapping film products at SIGN Istanbul.
Companies are already excited to participate and showcase their latest offerings to the world at SIGN Istanbul. Toshiyuki Yamada, President, Konica Minolta Turkey stated that the Japanese brand determine the lath and brings new standards in printing industry. “Konica Minolta Turkey has always supported printing professionals to help them develop their business and compete on a global scale in a rapidly changing industry in terms of technology. We can’t wait to meet printing professionals at our booth in SIGN İstanbul 2015 to which we will attend for the first time with large context solutions and systems,” he mentioned.