Why Visit?

There are three key pillars that underpin why it is worth a day out of your business to attend The Print Show. Firstly, it will help to provide you with the business intelligence and insight into the latest technology advances that can improve your profitability.

Secondly, seeing so many product and service providers in one place will save you a lot of time and help you compare them like-for-like. Thirdly, the access to a huge array of free special educational content will ultimately help improve your company’s bottom line.


Who will be there?

Take a look at the current exhibitor list to see who’ll be at the show. New exhibitors are being added all the time, so keep checking back for the most up to date list.

Where will they be?

Download the floorplan to bring with you on the day to help you find the exhibitors you want to visit. It’s updated regularly, so keep checking back for the most recent copy.

  • Network with peers
  • Meet with suppliers
  • New market trends


With The Printer’s Arms giving you the chance to sink a beer or two with friends, The Print Show is a fantastic place to network with peers, get the lowdown on the latest trends, and strengthen key business relationships.


The Print Show has designed an excellent business seminar programme. The speakers will provide you with information on everything from how to maximise your sales yield, through to diversifying into providing digital marketing services, to the huge effort being made to promote the power of print.



From 18th century working presses through to the wonders of the Printers’ Bazaar, The Print Show offers the visitor much, much more to see and do than standard exhibitions. The mission of The Print Show is to become a cultural event for the UK print industry.

Enabling our industry’s growth

Nothing can beat face-to-face interaction when it comes to investing in new technology, services, and product supply lines. And what is even more important in this respect is that The Print Show has earned itself a reputation for providing its visitors with the information and means to stay efficient.

A key factor that distinguishes The Print Show from exhibitions with a similar sector focus over the years is its dedication to educating and inspiring its visitors in regards to new business diversification avenues.

“We have got excellent feedback and we are now looking forward to building relationships with people who made enquiries.”

Debbie Callaghan, RISO

“The Print Show was a great showcase for the industry. The event attracted decision makers looking for new ways of printing and finishing.”

Scott Armitage, SSE

“The show has certainly lived up to expectations. We’re delighted at not only the quality of leads, but the real interest in our market-leading systems.”

Sarah Crumpler, Duplo