'Sign Africa’ looking to grow

2008-01-16 00:00

With a 120% increase in 2007, Sign Africa Durban was a sell out success. Now, Practical Publishing is gearing up for Sign Africa Durban 2008, showcasing all the latest developments and trends in the signage, screen print, graphics, point-of-sale and digital print industries.

All the Sign Africa shows offer the added opportunity to investigate the various business ventures available to budding entrepreneurs.

Sign Africa Durban will now run on Thursday 28 and Friday 29 February 2008, at the Durban International Convention Centre.

Targeted audiences include entrepreneurs, sign makers, digital printers, screen printers, architects, advertising agencies, marketing companies, franchise companies, government corporates and the media.

Dates of other 2008 Sign Africa events:

o Sign Africa Cape Town will take place on Friday 21 and Saturday 22 May 2008 at the Cape Town International Convention Centre.

o The brand new Sign Africa Port Elizabeth will be a single product day on Thursday July 24 2008 at the Feather Market Centre.

The international show and largest event of the year, Sign Africa and the Africa In Store show Johannesburg, will open from Wednesday September 10 to Friday September 12 2008 at the Sandton International Convention Centre.

Sign Africa is fully endorsed by the South African National Sign Association.

Contact the organisers, Practical Publishing, on 011 615 5727, dyelan@practicalpublishing.co.za or visit www.signafrica.com.

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