One week until Kiosk London Expo 2013 & Digital Signage London 2013

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Kiosk London Expo is returning to The Barbican in London on the 16th and 17th October 2013. This will mark the show's third year and reflects its status as the favoured event for all those responsible for the implementation of self-service solutions and technologies throughout the UK.

This year, for the first time, the show will be co-located with Digital Signage London, providing a unique opportunity to discover the best that the consumer interactivity industry has to offer, from the comfort and convenience of London's Barbican centre. the UK's only conference and exhibition completely dedicated to the self-service and digital signage industry. Companies that have all ready pre-registered include: Harrods, Royal Mail, Tescos, Lloyds Bank and many more.

"The UK is at the forefront of self-service and digital signage deployment," commented Ian Titchener, Managing Director, hf media & events. "Kiosk London Expo 2013 and Digital Signage London 2013 will provide an unparalleled platform to showcase the latest advances in customer service solutions from top suppliers and innovators, bringing the industry together and strengthening the UK's self-service and digital signage market."

The forum will run on both days and features an extensive series of presentations, all free to attend, exploring a wide variety of issues relating to self-service solutions and technologies.

It has attracted industry's specialists including:

  • Linda Ralph, UK Sales Director, Mood UK will share, "The secret to a fully integrated flagship development"- Case Study, Primark.
  • Klaus Trox, CEO, Friendlyway, "Successful Implementation of SiXT Multichannel.
  • Julian Rooney, MD, Cammax, "Metropolitan Police Multilingual Communications Kiosks were used ahead of the surge in overseas visitors coming to London  for the 2012 London Olympics.
  • Mark Worger, Head of Business Development, Elephant Kiosk "Engaging 'hard-to-reach' customers through touch technology". Examples from the NHS.

The full programme is available on the websites: and

The show is free to attend. To beat the queues, pre-register in advance at


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