Sign Africa Expo Kicks Off This Week In Durban


Residents in Durban can look forward to visiting the Sign Africa Expo at the Durban ICC this week from 24-25 February 2016.

The expo is geared at helping visitors expand their businesses and enter into new revenue streams. Visitors can speak to industry experts about business opportunities in wide format digital printing, laminating, finishing, vinyls and substrates, point of sale displays, screen and pad printing, T-shirt printing, LED’s, banners, flags and laser engraving and cutting and more.

The Avery Dennison and Roland Extreme Speedwrap Challenge is coming to the Sign Africa Durban expo for the very first time. 

The challenge requires wrappers to wrap a car door in 25 minutes as finely as they can and stand a chance to be a daily winner. Daily prizes include: first place: R7000, second place: R3500 and third place: R2000. The final winner gets a trip to the 2016 Sign Africa and FESPA Africa expo in Johannesburg, and a chance to compete for the Grand Prize.

Roland is calling all business owners to send their best wrappers to enter in the Extreme Speedwrap Challenge on the 24-25 February 2016 and if they are crowned the champion, the owner wins a trip for two for a weekend away at the Forest Ferns on the Garden Route, courtesy of Roland.

Business Owner Prize includes:
– Business Class flight to Port Elizabeth (return ticket).
– VIP shuttle to and from the airport.
– VIP accommodation and catering for two days.
– Optional spa and game drives available.

Wrap time slots will be held every hour during the expo.

Ways to enter:
1) Register to visit the expo.

2) Go to the Extreme Speedwrap Challenge stand and enter your name for the next slot .

Visit the Speedwrap Challenge stand and you will be entered into a lucky draw to win one of 10 Speedwrap Challenge T-shirts. 

Entrance is free. For more information, and to pre-register online, please visit:

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