95% of Media Expo exhibition space already sold out

Media Expo, a three-day trade fair for advertising and signage, will host its 43rd edition at Pragati Maidan, New Delhi from 7-9 September 2018. According to Messe Frankfurt, the organisers of the show, 95% of the exhibitor space is sold out with two months left for the Media Expo to begin.

27 Jul 2018 | By Sujith Ail

Image from Media Expo Mumbai 2018

According to a report, the advertising expenditure in India is expected to grow at 10.5% to touch Rs 62,400-crore in 2018.

Raj Manek, executive director and board member, Messe Frankfurt Asia Holding said, "With some of the biggest advertising spenders situated here, Delhi has risen as one of the largest markets in India that spends on advertising, making this a major high point for the exhibitors to explore the region and display their solutions at Media Expo New Delhi 2018.” 

Over 25 new companies from Mumbai, Jaipur, Lucknow and among others have confirmed their presence for the exhibition.

Some of the new exhibitors are Sheth Printograph, Hacer Enterprises, Aaradhana, Technology Systems, Laser Lab India, Unidos InstaPrint, Sarthak Advertising, Siddharth Enterprises, L&Q India, Aar Kay Universal, Koncept Imaging, I-Print, Tarang Electricals, Lions Industries, Print Delta, Colors Digital India, Xenons Digital, Sun Digital Technology and others.

After receiving a successful response at the 2018 Mumbai edition and with an aim to accelerate their business and reach in the northern parts of the country, companies like Pal Associates, Unique Sign Innovations, Tanusha Enterprises, TimexBond Industries, Skytec Corporation, Laxmi Sales, Umiya FlexiBond, Nilkamal, Aludecor Lamination, and Can Image Media Tech will be displaying solutions that were well acknowledged in the Mumbai edition.

Designers, consultants, brand marketers, ad agencies, media agencies, and retailers will be the key at the show.

Media Expo’s Mumbai edition which was hosted in February this year saw 137 companies from countries like India, China, Korea and Taiwan with a footfall of12, 222 visitors, a 15% increase from its previous edition.