Sign & Digital UK announces new vehicle wrap workshop

19 – 21 April 2016

Hall 17 & 18

NEC, Birmingham

Sign & Digital UK, the country’s leading trade exhibition for the sign making, display solutions and digital printing industry, today announces the full programme for its new Become a wrap expert workshop.

Presented by Sign and Digital Materials Ltd on stand M14, the new show feature will include a series of workshops and demonstrations from the 19 to 21 April 2016. The full workshop programme can be viewed here.

The free demonstrations will be delivered by leading global wrap trainers Justin Pate, co-owner of The Wrap Institute, and Ole Solskin of SUNTINT A/S and will give visitors to the show the chance to learn a wide range of techniques from two of the best in their field.

Taking place hourly, highlights include Fundamentals of bonnet wrapping, where Justin Pate will explain the basics of bonnet wrapping, including tools, cutting, technique and materials. Wrapping the side of a car will cover curves, cutting, sectioning the material and teamwork. Selling and upselling will explore how businesses can make more money from vehicle wrapping.

Rudi Blackett, event director for Sign & Digital UK said: “We are thrilled to announce the exciting lineup featured in this year’s vehicle wrap demonstration area. Justin Pate and Ole Solskin are two of the world’s best vehicle wrappers – to see them in action is an opportunity not to be missed. These sessions will give visitors the chance to get hands-on and discuss the technical aspects of vehicle wrapping.”

Sign & Digital returns to the NEC in Birmingham from 19 to 21 April 2016. The show is free to attend for trade visitors. For more information and a current exhibitor list, please visit: www.signanddigitaluk.com

To enquire about exhibiting, please contact the show team on: signanddigitaluk@fav-house.com or call +44 (0) 1342 332000.

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