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Printing revenues in the MENA region are forecast to grow by 7.2 per cent per annum to reach US$26bn by 2018, according to International Expo Consults (IEC)
The SGI Dubai 2017 trade show, which takes place from 15 - 17 January 2017 in Halls 3 - 8 of Dubai World Trade Centre, is set to boost the African printing industry, according to International Expo Consults.
The event will showcase the latest products and services from across the world. Several African trade visitors visit Dubai in order to continue the excellent and sustained growth across the continent.
Sign and Graphic Imaging (SGI Dubai) is a vital platform for exhibitors to contact architects, sign markers, print and production manufacturers, media agencies, real estate developers, brand and image consultants, as well as other key players in the industry, both in Africa and across the rest of the world.
“We are eagerly waiting to welcome the trade visitors from Africa to our show as we have a huge turnaround from the Africa region each year. Thousands of visitors from across 78 countries had turned up for the previous edition and the numbers are expected to spiral in 2017 as well. The African economy is poised to hit a new high and set to grow to the next level. As per our research, there is a tremendous demand for state-of-the-art printing equipment in the growing African markets. A focused approach from the African print industry can consolidate the sector further and take it to greater heights,” stated Mr. Abdul Rahman Falaknaz, chairman of IEC.
All information on the event can be found here.