GIVE ME A SIGN!

20 June 2005
Johannesburg (South Africa) - Our everyday lives are guided and made easier by signs. How would we find our way from point A to point B without the aid of road signs? How would we distinguish companies without signs that give them a unique corporate identity?
Johannesburg (South Africa) - Our everyday lives are guided and made easier by signs. How would we find our way from point A to point B without the aid of road signs? How would we distinguish companies without signs that give them a unique corporate identity?

Signage gives everything a name and directs people in a lot of what they do. Undoubtedly, signs form a crucial communication tool in our lives today. In people's busy lives one-on-one communication is becoming increasingly rare and signs make brief communicative interludes possible.

We live in an age of information overload, but rather that than information under load. Uniqueness can be communicated and senses can be appealed to in the form of signage.

A great sign can distinguish itself through the clutter of information that we are bombarded with on a daily basis, so why not find out how to make this all happen by attending the Sign Africa show that will be taking place at the Sandton Convention Centre from 17 > 19 August 2005 in Johannesburg, South Africa. The show will give buyers, designers, architects, suppliers and manufacturers of signage the chance to view the latest trends in the industry.

The Sign Africa showcase will welcome the leaders that make up the rich fabric of the continent's professional signage industry in an event that will provide visitors with invaluable information and insights into this very specific industry in a personal one-on-one way.

The event, hosted by Practical Publishing, promises to be informative, beneficial and accessible to all involved in the signage industry in any way. Additionally, the show is fully endorsed by the South African National Signage Association (SANSA).

Visitors are encouraged to be part of the innovation, expertise and professionalism that is Sign Africa by being exposed to the latest trends, products, techniques and brands that will shape the future of the dynamic signage industry in South Africa.

The Sign Africa Show promises to be a professional, exhibition of the signage industry, that will demonstrate the extent and capacity of the industry in Africa in an event of international standard. So take the time to visit the show, you won't be disappointed!



For further information please contact:

Lara Opperman
T: (+2711) 234 8165
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