Visual Image Expo returns in October

Aug 12, 2009 2:13 PM
Filed under Sales & Marketing

The Visual Image Expo is returning to the Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre later this year, with organisers promising the event will be “bigger and better”.

Taking place from October 22-24, organisers say this year's show will feature "more exhibitors, more new products, more seminars, more live demonstrations, more guest speakers, more surprises and more giveaways".

 

"For the first time, the Visual Impact Image Expo will be co-locating with the Marketing at Retail Expo, which showcases the leading companies involved in the design, manufacturing and logical deployment of 'marketing at retail'," organisers said in a statement.

 

"Offering over 170 displays - each fully-stocked and working - entered into the 2008/2009 Marketing at Retail Awards Contest, this is your opportunity to view the best examples of successful in-store displays across all retail channels."

 

The 2009 event will also feature a product display at the entrance to the show, vehicle wrap demonstrations, and free daily seminars presented by industry experts.

 

Further information about the event can be found at www.viie.com.au or by calling (02) 9868 1577.

 

 
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