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Registration opens for Visual Impact Sydney in May 2023

Visual Impact Sydney is just over five months away and businesses keen to keep up with the latest in print, sign, display, wide-format, engraving, textile printing and more can now register for the show.

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The show will be the first Visual Impact Expo in the Harbour city since before the pandemic, and both Sydneysiders and visitors from across the state and around the country will be keen to see the latest developments at the Sydney Showground, Sydney Olympic Park, from 3-5 May 2023.

“The show theme, ‘Envision Your Success’, is apt for a post-pandemic market, with businesses still grappling with how to meet the changes wrought across the sector over the past four years,” says Sarah Moore, business development manager for Visual Connections, which owns and organises the show

.“We saw at PacPrint in Melbourne that businesses are now firmly looking forward and are keen to invest in their future success – they came to Melbourne with their wallets in hand to see and compare potential business solutions, talk to the experts and take advantage of show deals. Now, we’re offering the same opportunity in Sydney and we’re confident those who were unable to get to Melbourne will be keen to catch up.”

Already, some of the industry’s leading names have confirmed their attendance, including Platinum Sponsor Roland DG, and Gold Sponsors Epson, Euro Poles, HP, Pozitive, Spicers, Starleaton and Trotec. 

Also confirmed are Alfex Laser, Celmac, CMYKhub, Dongguan Thunderlaser, Elizabeth Machines, Guangzhou Cninti, Hexis, Impression Technology, Mutoh, Multicam, Paper Handling Equipment (PHE), Signage Accessories Suppliers (SAS) and Sublimation Systems, to name just some.

“Exhibitors are keen to reconnect with the market in Sydney,” reports Visual Connections events manager, Charly Blades, “and with innovation always running fast in this sector, there’s sure to be plenty of interest even for those who attended PacPrint in Melbourne in mid-2022.

“Already, a number of exhibitors have indicated they will have new releases at VI Sydney, including some exciting innovations which failed to arrive for the Melbourne show but are now landed and ready to go for VI.”

Registration for the show is now live at https://tickets.lup.com.au/visual-impact-sydney-2023?cat=cat-registration so it’s time to jump online, register to attend…and clear your diary. Suppliers who are still wishing to book one of the remaining stands should act quickly to reserve their space by emailing charlyb@visualconnections.org.au or sarahm@visualconnections.org.au, or calling the Visual Connections office on (02) 9868 1577. 

 www.visualconnections.org.au