Nigeria International Print Exhibition

by Juliet Nnajiofor
(Area 1)

Limited Space Available at Abuja NIPEX 2017

Limited Space Available at Abuja NIPEX 2017

DCS Integrated Media Limited, publisher of Printers Digest magazine and a marketing consultancy company in the Nigeria print and allied industry invites you as special delegate at the 2017 edition of Nigeria International Print Expo (NIPEX 2017) with the Theme: Building Capacity for the Growth of Print Business at Abuja Sheraton Hotel on October 25 - 26, 2017. Time: 9AM Prompt.

NIPEX is an All Print Show in Nigeria that has provided the needed platform for major local and foreign manufacturers and sellers of printing equipment, products and services to grow their business since 2001 with an average attendance of over 1,000 visitors at every edition of the print exhibition.

Over the years, NIPEX has been held alternately in the cities of Lagos and Abuja and as part of our goal to opening up more business opportunities for the print and allied industry in Nigeria, the first edition of NIPEX Port-Harcourt took place in the May, which was a huge success and it has enabled our esteemed clients and exhibitors to explore, grow and sustain their market share in the printing industry.

The exhibition will run alongside with conferences, workshops and seminars. The programme is packaged in a way that key officials in print industry, government printers and top government officials will be in attendance to deliver keynote addresses. This will presents an ample opportunity for practitioners and operators in the industry, both local and foreign, to interact, network and share ideas that will advance the growth and progress of the industry and the Nigeria economy.

Space are available for exhibition and sponsorship

We look forward to having you at the event.

Kindly confirm your attendance to us through : or call Juliet on 08035837934

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