04 February 2020
Registrations are now open for the industry’s leading sign, display, wide format print, engraving and textiles show, Visual Impact Gold Coast 2020. The expo will be held at the Gold Coast Exhibition and Convention Centre, just a short stroll from popular Broadbeach, from 30 April until 2 May this year.
Peter Harper, CEO of show organisers Visual Connections, says this Visual Impact is promising to be one of the most comprehensive to date, with a host of the industry’s leading names already confirmed. These include Platinum Sponsor, Roland DG, Gold Sponsors Europoles, HP, Hexis and Mimaki, along with Spicers, Epson, Multicam, Adzon, Wilenco, Trotec, Gravotec, Alfex, Mutoh, and Elizabeth Machines, among others.
“Visual Impact will take up almost the entirety of Halls 2-4 at the Broadbeach centre, with a comprehensive display of the latest equipment, systems and solutions from leading industry suppliers,” Harper says.
“Already, we have a showcase covering everything from wide format print, to engraving and laser cutting, textile and DTG printing, display systems, substrates and consumables, neon and LED lighting technologies, and braille – with more exhibitors still to confirm.”
The show will feature a dedicated Textile Production Workshop, putting a spotlight on this vital and growing sector of the market, and there will be a host of other opportunities for visitors to gain valuable information and insights to help build business success.
“With the inaugural ASGA and FESPA Australia 2020 HP National Sign & Display Conference running concurrently with the expo, and the associated 2020 HP Awards for Excellence on Friday 1 May, not to mention the show’s location at Broadbeach on the beautiful Gold Coast, there are plenty of reasons for business owners, sales, production and marketing specialists to attend,” he adds.
Visual Impact Gold Coast will run from Thursday 30 April until Saturday 2 May. Doors open at 10am each day, with close times at 6pm on the Thursday and Friday, and 4pm on the final day.
To register, go to the expo page on the Visual Impact website and click on the registration link. A floorplan showing exhibitors to date is already live, as are links to accommodation deals and public transport information. More visitor information, including a complete visitors’ guide and seminar program, will be coming soon.