Explore New Opportunities in the Graphics Market, Coast-to-Coast!
New for 2021, GPX will co-locate with the NSSA NORTHEAST SIGN EXPO for a dynamic event in the New Jersey/New York City area. Registration is open!
This three-day event is historically one of the larger shows on the circuit at the perfect time of year in Southern California. Registration is open!
Pittsburgh is new for GRAPHICS PRO EXPO in 2021, where we look forward to meeting people in the area and providing a great venue for the graphics market. Registration is open!
Last, but never least, Charlotte wraps up the GRAPHICS PRO EXPO circuit in 2021, making this a can’t miss event heading into 2022. Registration opens July 26, 2021.
Exhibiting at Graphics Pro Expo is one of the best and most cost effective ways to meet these buyers and ensure your products are included in their purchasing decision!
Attendees of GPX are entrepreneurial graphics professionals actively looking for new vendors, equipment and product expansion ideas.
*THE NBM SHOW Certified Audience Statement, Irving, TX, 2019
The Training by Exhibitors program is a powerful approach to educating your buyer, showcasing your product capabilities and building valuable, profitable relationships with your customers in the critical early stages and throughout their purchasing decision process–it’s content marketing at its best! Combine the influence of your educational class with the resources in your booth, and you have a powerful combination creating lasting impact before, during, and after the sale is made!
Brand recognition is a crucial part of increasing booth traffic and brand credibility. Taking advantage of opportunities that prominently display your company name, logo, products, etc., increases your visibility to those who are at the event and improves post-show recognition. Study after study confirms that exhibitors who actively market their trade-show presence enjoy superior foot traffic and increased post-show sales.
Choose from these options:
Integrate your marketing efforts! Consistent exposure with your target market will give buyers confidence in your brand and reassurance when it’s time to buy. Magazine advertising and utilizing digital media can be a great option when talking to your potential buyers. See what Graphics Pro can do for you!
GRAPHICS PRO EXPO is the ideal venue to showcase your products and services to the graphics market.
But don't take our word for it...
"We're really looking forward to the 2021 GRAPHICS PRO EXPOs. Each show is a fantastic opportunity to showcase our products and technology in real time, interact with prospective and existing customers in a meaningful way, and provide educational resources to the laser engraving community. We can't wait to kick off the 2021 schedule!"
"GRAPHICS PRO has been a staple in our industry for hosting quality shows that allow us to display equipment and connect with customers on a personal level. Rayzist Photomask has experienced absolute professionalism, communication, and a great staff that is quick to assist exhibitors."
"GPX provides DTG the greatest return on our investment. They consistently attract attendees committed to learning through the education sessions and investing in their business on the expo floor. These regional events have allowed us to strengthen our customer relationships across the country. Exhibiting at GPX is simply a must."
"Trade shows have always been a great way to connect with customers, meet new people in the industry, and learn about new technologies and products. By having three different markets represented at each of their events, GPX exhibitors and attendees can find new products and technologies outside of their core business. It also gives brands the opportunity for additional exposure they might not experience through other mediums."
"I very much like the Showcase setup for GPX Breakaway. It's easy to use, and the ability to customize and have options are the best features. I dig it – I really do – and feel that GPX has done a great job with the new online platform and the website as a whole."