Riyadh Exposition To Provide Business Insights As MENA’s Digital Signage Market Is Expected To Reach Over 9 Million Units By 2016

Saudi Arabia Accounts For Up To 70 Per Cent Of The GCC’s Market In Sign & Graphics

The digital signage market in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) is estimated to grow to 9 million units by 2016 from 2.23 million units in 2010 according to recent industry reports. The latest developments in digital signage will be highlighted at the Saudi Sign & Graphics 2011 – The 10th International Sign and Graphics Technologies Exhibition that will be held from 3 to 6 Muharram 1433 (H) / November 28 to December 1, 2011 at the Riyadh International Convention & Exhibition Centre.

New age media will be a major focus area during the four-day event, especially given the rapid advancements in this domain. With the wide range of alternative advertising avenues such as e-marketing, direct marketing and digital signage available in the region, the Saudi Sign and Graphics 2011 will serve as a vital networking and business platform for all industry stakeholders.

“Saudi Arabia accounts for up to 70 per cent of the GCC’s market in sign & graphics, and Saudi Sign and Graphics offers direct access to this promising marketplace. Digital technologies ensure that today’s sign and graphic industry is readily adaptable and completely versatile. Saudi Sign and Graphics will present the most advanced digital signage technologies and industry information, in the process underlining its status as one of the most important events of its kind in the region,” said Kamil Al Jawhari, Project Manager of Saudi Sign and Graphics at Riyadh Exhibitions Company.

Saudi Sign and Graphics 2011 will continue to raise the standards of the signage industry by providing exhibitors and visitors with top-rated service, convenience and knowledge in all aspects of the signage industry, from digital graphics to an electrical sign, and from dimensional cut letters to a trade show sign or booth.

Saudi Sign and Graphics is a bi-annual platform that draws in exhibitors and visitors from Europe, Asia, the Middle East and Africa. The latest edition will run concurrently with Saudi Print 2011 – The 10th International Printing Technologies Exhibition, Saudi Pack 2011 – The 10th International Packaging Technologies Exhibition, and Saudi Plas & Petrochem 2011 – The 10th International Plastics and Petrochemicals Trade Fair, and will cover in-house graphics, production, manufacturing and custom fabrication. It will showcase several new formats and cross-media concepts and provide a global industry perspective.

More information on Saudi Sign and Graphics is available at http://www.saudippsg.com.

Source: Saudi PPSG