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SGI Dubai 2021 Webinar to Address Ways to Mitigate the Pandemic Impact

SGI Dubai, one of the oldest and most respected trade shows for the printing and signage industries, is organising an exclusive webinar for the industry stakeholders. The panelists will discuss ways to mitigate the challenges faced by the industry as a result of the pandemic.

The webinar will take place on this Wednesday the 12th of August at 5:00PM UAE time. People who are interested in participating in the webinar can log in through the below mentioned zoom link:

REGISTRATION LINK:

https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_Lj–BcjKQYS7hjjHVjjtgw

The panelists in the webinar include, Dr. Nicholas, Founder, FLAAR-REPORTS, United States, Nitin Goswamy, President, A.T Inks, United States, Mike Horsten, Senior Director, Texsmart, Netherlands, Pablo Lee, Managing Director, FLAAR-REPORTS & DPI INSIGHTS, United States
Ayman Aly, Senior Marketing Manager, Canon ME, UAE and it will be moderated by M Karthik, Chief Catalyst representing SGI Dubai 2021.

SGI Dubai is an ideal converging point where visitors and exhibitors can reach out to sign makers, print and production manufacturers, media agencies, real-estate developers, brand and image consultants among others. SGI Dubai is a well-established business forum, which is recognised globally and constitutes workshops and seminars held by industry experts. It is one of the most eagerly awaited events of the year in the region that caters to the needs of exhibitors and visitors in the large format printing, signage, outdoor media, screen and digital printing, LED, specialty paper, retail, labeling, digital display technologies and textile printing industries. SGI Dubai 2021 exhibition will be held on 17th, 18th and 19th of January next year at the Dubai World Trade Centre.

Last edition of SGI Dubai hosted close to 300 plus international and regional exhibitors showcasing the latest in UV printing, textile printing, retail, LED and various signage technologies. Thousands of visitors graced the show from across the globe including the Middle East, Africa, Asia and Europe.

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