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4 Dimensions creates a new identity for Spice India store

It takes just a good in-store designing and fabrication job to uplift the image of a store to a brand new level. This is what 4 Dimensions has done for Spice India store in Kochi. Aptly using tactile and digital experiences revolving around historical facts and visuals, the store gets transformed into a new avatar, portraying Indian traditional value with a contemporary twist and diverting the spice routes for buyers..

Signage players in Kota
gear up to facelift the city

What sort of tasks it requires to make a city smart? The answer is: a tremendous assortment of innovative developments in all parameters ....
Applications that can be trending in 2017
When it comes to forecasting the trends that will be picking up in the year 2017, we can say ‘almost all of them’. But there are certain ...
Arrow Digital upgrades demo centre with new EFI-VUTEk GS3250 LX Pro
Located in Ahmedabad, Arrow Digital’s demo cum training and R&D centre is purposefully designed to allow their customers hands-on experience ....
SMK Digital appointed as channel partner for Beijing JHF Technology
Now a new benefit infolded in the Indian signage market as SMK Digital has been appointed as channel partner for Beijing JHF Technology ...

Nov Dec 2016
Vol 17 No 4

Group Publications

Smithers Pira predicts textile printing to gain 17.5 percent annual growth

Digital textile printing, according to Smithers Pira, in the period 2016-2021 will be hitting a 17.5 percent annual growth, making the sector one of the promising domains. The research report titled The Future of Digital Textile Printing to 2021 values this global market at €1.17 billion ....
Other News

+ Avery Dennison acquires Israeli pressure-sensitive company
+ Global Inkjet Systems (GIS) celebrates 10 Years of Inkjet Innovations
+ Research shows global digital signage market to reach US$20 billion
+ Blue Cap AG acquires Neschen
+ Messe Düsseldorf ties up with In-store Asia to create Excosa