Sign and Digital 2020 cancelled

This year’s annual Sign and Digital show has been cancelled due to ongoing Corona Virus epidemic though Faversham House, the company behind the show, have confirmed that next year’s show will go ahead in March 2021.

Sign and Digital has been a meeting hub for people in the UK wide format industry for over 30 years.

Amanda Barnes, CEO of Faversham House, announced: “If the outbreak continues to escalate as the Government is predicting, we believe visitor footfall and exhibitor attendance will be significantly affected and so it is unlikely we will be able to deliver the great event the industry looks forward to. “

She continued: “We are acutely aware of the impact this announcement will have and have taken this pragmatic decision acting quickly to minimise any unnecessary costs and business uncertainty. One of our principal company values is we care: we love what we do, and we do what’s right and we feel moving SDUK is the right thing to do in the current circumstances.”

Faversham House has worked quickly to deal with the uncertainty caused by the escalating threat from the Corona Virus, and co-ordinated with the NEC to book a slot for next year, from 2nd to 4th March 2021.

You can find further details from signuk.com


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