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European Sign Expo 2021 Overall Highlights

by FESPA | 08/11/2021

European Sign Expo, Europe's dedicated non-printed signage and visual communications exhibition returned on the 12th - 15th October 2021 at the RAI exhibition centre in Amsterdam.

The exhibition showcased the very latest in signage; channel lettering, LED’s, illuminated displays, engraving, and etching, out-of-home media, sign tools and much more. Alongside FESPA Global Print Expo 2021, the exhibitions received over 11,000 visits and visitors came from over 100 countries. Over 70% were either Managing Directors or Owners. European Sign Expo 2022 will take place from 31st May - 3rd June in Berlin, for more information please visit: https://ese.fespa.com/welcome-2022

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