ISA International Sign Expo registration now open

Lori Anderson.

Registration is now open for the ISA’s (International Sign Association’s) International Sign Expo 2020 April 2-4, with pre-conference education opportunities April 1. The event will be held at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Florida. “This truly is the only place where the entire sign, graphics, print and visual communications industry comes together to find the products and ideas to grow their businesses,” said Lori Anderson, International Sign Association President and CEO. “And, ISA Sign Expo 2020 will be even bigger, offering more ideas, more new products and more connections than ever before.”

Already, two major announcements have been made about the annual event, both of which showcase areas of profitable expansion for sign, graphics, print and visual communications companies. First, the ISA Sign Expo 2020 will co-locate with Impressions Expo (formerly the Imprinted Sportswear Show), which will offer exceptional educational opportunities through seminars and hands-on demonstrations.

For more than 40 years, Impressions Expo has been the premier tradeshow dedicated to the imprinted and decorated apparel industry. Impressions Expo focuses on everything from fashion blanks and promotional items, to necessary items to complete finished designs in screen and digital printing, heat transfer, embroidery, promotional items and much more.

Second, the ISA Sign Expo also will feature educational events and hands-on training as part of an expanded relationship with The Wrap Institute in partnership with Justin Pate. The 2020 program builds on the successful ISA Wrap Experience in 2019. More events will be announced in the coming weeks, including pre-conference educational sessions that will allow participants to dive deep into new areas of business, as well as ‘Game Changer’ speakers who will inspire personal and corporate growth. To learn more or register, please visit www.signexpo.org.

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Tony Curcio is the editor of Graphic Arts Magazine.