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Sign and Digital publishes seminar schedule

Sign and Digital UK has issued the schedule and speaker line-up for the 2019 show, at which the keynote will be delivered by Coffee Republic co-founder Sahar Hashemi.
  Hashemi will deliver the talk ‘Anyone can do it - Awaken the entrepreneur within’ on the main stage at 11am on 2 April, after which she will take a Q+A then tour the show. On the same day, speakers from Epson, Antalis and William Smith Group will discuss the impacts of digital printing on interior decorating and the options available to architects and designers to fulfil their vision. On 3 April, consultant Colin Gilman will chair the debate ‘Focus on Personalisation’ with representatives from Hybrid Services, Livewire Consultancy and YPP Group on the panel to discuss the rise of the small format flatbed printer and the impact this has had on the personalisation market. On Thursday 4 April, the show’s final day, a two-part session will be taking place across the afternoon. Under the umbrella title ‘The Print Workflow’, Part 1 on 4 April will focus on colour management and Rips with personnel from CADlink Technology, Agfa, Revolution Digital and GMG. Part 2, on the same day, will look at software products to help businesses achieve their best whilst simultaneously keeping down costs, with input from Clarity and VISM. Portfolio director of Sign and Digital UK, Rudi Blackett, said: “Our 2019 show has a wider range of learning and advice opportunities than ever before, and we’re offering this to our visitors alongside an exciting line-up of experts to deliver the education programme in the Main Stage Theatre. In line with our theme, ‘The Face of Innovation’, we’re excited for our engaging programme to highlight the growing innovations for our core sign, print and display markets, and provide those all-important opportunities to make lasting business connections face to face.”  For the full Main Stage theatre go to: https://www.signuk.com/main-stage-timetable   

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