Mona Ghanem Al Marri, Director General of the Government of Dubai Media Office, officially inaugurated on Sunday ‘SGI Dubai 2015’, Middle East’s largest sign and graphic imaging show.
Sign and Graphic Imaging Middle East hosts the region’s largest and longest running trade show for the signage, graphic imaging, outdoor media, and screen and digital printing industries.
In 2015 the event is being held from 11th to 13th January at the Dubai World Trade Centre – Sheikh Saeed Halls 1 & 3 SGI Dubai.
It is being organized by International Expo-Consults LLC.
The theme for SGI Dubai 2015 is Signovation, which cleverly combines signage and innovation to recognise and celebrate the evolution of the digital signage industry.
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SGI Dubai, an official ‘Dubai Shopping Festival’ event for the 4th consecutive year, showcases innovative printers and digital signage panels worth over Dh200 million.
Al Marri said: “Exhibitions and conferences industry constitutes a significant pillar of Dubai’s economy as the emirate provides welcoming environment, reliable infrastructure and distinguished logistic services. We are still looking forward for more development in this field as Dubai is an ideal platform for communication between exhibitors and potential customers”.
SGI Dubai 2015 will present 400 exhibitors from over 30 countries and showcase innovative technologies and advanced solutions from the industry’s leading signage and graphic image companies. SGI Dubai 2015 will debut two new segments, ShopME and the Textile Pavilion, during this highly anticipated three-day event.
“The event showcased an impressive array of the latest product innovations from across the globe that is set to hit the market this year and we are confident that the following two days will see a huge volume of business deals,” said Mr. Sharif Rahman, CEO, IEC.
In 2014, SGI Dubai hosted 330 exhibitors from over 30 countries and presented 1,000 brands to over 12,000 visitors from 80 countries.