Africa Print is one of the media partners for the Graphics Print & Sign Live Demo expo, a dedicated commercial print, wide format print, digital label printing, signage, textile and garment printing and short run digital packaging expo. The event will take place from 5-7 October 2021 at Emperors Palace Convention Centre, Centre Court.
Top reasons not to miss the Graphics, Print & Sign Live Demo expo:
See live demonstrations of new technology, 3D printing, equipment and substrates, software, applications and more. This is your opportunity to see the latest printers in action and discover their amazing capabilities.
Interact with product experts
Industry experts will be on the stands to advise you on solutions that will increase and streamline production and take your business to the next level.
See the latest technology and trends
Discover innovative technology and product demonstrations of the latest equipment, media and substrates that have been launched.
See all the leading suppliers under one roof
Explore business opportunities in the world of commercial printing, digital label printing, binding equipment, digital packaging solutions, litho print solutions, finishing solutions and more.
Start-up business solutions
See all the ‘business in a box’ and home-based solutions for new business opportunities.
Explore the latest print solutions
Explore affordable business opportunities in the world of litho print solutions, encapsulating or laminating, digital label printing, branding, binding equipment, digital packaging solutions, graphics, digital printing and more.
Free event entrance
There is no entrance fee to the event, so you get to explore all the latest solutions for free. Parking is free too.
The event will comply with current Covid-19 regulations to keep visitors and exhibitors safe. Entrance is free, please register online. The event is sponsored by Platinum Sponsors Roland and Stixo Signage Supplies and is supported by media partners Africa Print, Sign Africa and Modern Marketing.
Graphics, Print & Sign
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