We’re back! Sydney Indesign 2017 is cruising into town August 11-12, 2017.
December 12th, 2016
We haven’t reinvented the wheel – but it’s rolled ‘round again.
Sydney Indesign 2017 is cruising into town August 11-12, 2017 and you’ll want to hop on board.
Hitchhike your way to creative pleasures, to escapism, to clever design and considerate enterprise, to the luxurious and the laidback, to good-hearted supply, to music and champagne and the ‘good life’ – whatever it is and wherever it can be.
Sure, we’ve been around the block a few times. We’ve taken you to Melbourne, Perth, Brisbane, Singapore and Hong Kong. That’s quite some mileage, we know! But we haven’t run out of gas.
Sydney Indesign continues to be the region’s single most powerful vehicle for connecting designers, specifiers, suppliers, manufacturers and developers, through an immaculately curated, commercially focused program of events.
You’ve been there with us before – you know how we roll. We’re a classic, after all. But there’s nothing old about this model.
Because, for SID17, we’ve pimped our ride. Spread across three major design precincts in Sydney, 30+ showroom and studio destinations allow visitors to engage with the brands that get their gears into drive. Prepare yourself to get inspired. Get engaged. Get results. After all, we get you – so buckle up.
Fill the tank. Take the ride.
Go on, come for a spin.
Sydney Indesign 2017 is coming August 11-12, 2017.
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