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BREAKING – The Print Show 2017 is sold out

Organisers of The Print Show have today (Tuesday) announced that this year’s edition of the industry event is now sold out.

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The Print Show 2017 takes places from October 11th to 13th at the International Centre in Telford

The final stand on the floorplan was snapped up by Tarrant Machines and the company will now join the likes of Konica Minolta, HP, Epson, Watkiss, RISO, Grafityp, Xeretec, OKI, EFI, Inktec Europe, CMYK, Perfect Bindery Solutions and Vivid Laminating Technologies at the event.

Chris Davies, event director for The Print Show, comments: “We’re delighted to have sold all floor space with still seven weeks to go until doors open.

“The fact that we have sold out so early on shows how much companies value the event and that they were keen to secure their place at the show early on.

The fact that we have sold out so early on shows how much companies value the event and that they were keen to secure their place at the show early on

“With so many major brands confirmed for this year’s event, we not only have a record number of exhibitors, but also anticipate an all-time high visitor count.”

The Print Show 2017 runs from October 11th to 13th at the International Centre in Telford.

The event is free to attend and registration is now open—click here to register.

SignLink Live, which will take place for the first time this year alongside The Print Show, is also near to a sell-out, with just six stands remaining.

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