The leading trade fair of the region, SIGN Istanbul 2014 will take place from 11th-14th September

Organised for the 16th time, SIGN Istanbul which is now established as the leading fair for digital print and sign technologies,led-led screen, visual communication products industry will take place on 11th-14th September 2014. With its goal of delivering high quality business to business contacts, SIGN Istanbul has proven its success through 16 years and  is now recognized as an international network where sign and digital print technology buyers can update themselves on the latest products and services available in the market.

16 years of experience, turns into profit for the brands

SIGN Istanbul is now acknowledged to be the largest and most comprehensive event of its kind and is strategically located in Istanbul which is the centre of long established trading routes between Europe, Asia and Africa. As such it is a convenient location for thousands of buyers from Eurasia, CIS, the Balkans, Middle East and North Africa.

In 2014, Turkey's largest companies and international major brands such as HP, Mimaki, Zünd, Mutoh, EFI, Epson, Roland, Flora and Fuji Film prefers SIGN Istanbul again to promote their brands and products as in previous years. The brands not only benefit from the active and commercial environment that SIGN Istanbul offers to the exhibitors but also can continue their networking even after the fair by the help of internet, e-newsletters and social media activities of SIGN Istanbul.

In 2013 SIGN Istanbul has hosted 370 exhibiting companies from 28 countries and attracted 20820 visitors. IFO management declared that the visitors were mainly coming from CIS, Balkans, Middle East, Central and Western Europe. And according to their business activities, digital printing centres, advertisers, retailers and architects created the general profile of the SIGN Istanbul’s visitors. 

This year SIGN Istanbul 2014 will continue its growth and is anticipated to host 400 exhibitors and attract 22,000 professional visitors from the advertising and signage industries .