Business Opportunities Being Showcased At Sign Africa and Africa Print Cape Town Expo

Sign Africa and Africa Print Cape Town Expo Sign Africa and Africa Print Cape Town Expo
The Sign Africa and Africa Print Expo will take place in Cape Town from 11-12 May 2016 at the CTICC. The expo's will feature a host of solutions geared at helping visitors expand their businesses and enter into new revenue streams.
Visitors can speak to industry experts about business opportunities in wide format digital printing, laminating, finishing, vinyls and substrates, point of sale displays, screen and pad printing, T-shirt printing, LED’s, banners, flags and laser engraving, commercial printing, finishing, software, media consumables, cutting and more.

South African printers face the challenges of slow economic growth and fluctuating currencies. Despite these challenges, the recent Africa Print and Sign Africa Expo in Cape Town had a quality visitor attendance and garnered great feedback from exhibitors, who reported good leads and sales.
This is a positive indication for the Africa Print expos that took place in 2016 at Durban, Polokwane and the upcoming Nelspruit and Johannesburg ones, which are expected to be a valuable platform for exhibitors to showcase their latest solutions, as well as an informative event for visitors. 

The Sign Africa and Africa Print regional expos are sponsored by Canon, Avery Dennison and Roland.

In addition to the expo’s being held around South Africa, visitors can also look forward to the FESPA Africa event, being held in Johannesburg from 7-9 September 2016. The FESPA Africa expo will be co-located with the Sign Africa and Africa Print Expo.

Entrance is free. For more information, and to pre-register online, please visit: or

Upcoming events include:

  • Sign Africa & Africa Print Nelspruit: 29 June 2016.
  • Sign Africa, Africa Print & FESPA Africa Gallagher Convention Centre: 7-9 September 2016.
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