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SAAS Technologies announced as signage partner for SHL!ve


A signage partnership agreement has been reached for next year’s SH L!ve exhibition that will see each of the event’s content and knowledge sharing hubs supplied with digital signage detailing all the latest information visitors will need to help keep them up-to-date with what content is being delivered and where throughout the two days of the event.


This will also mean delegates will be able to experience the full power of SH L!ve, which is taking place June 8th and 9th at the London Evolution in Battersea Park, without the need for bulky delegate packs, while also helping organisers Safer Highways adhere to strict covid guidelines as it moves to a sustainable and paperless approach.


The agreement is with digital signage specialists, SAAS Technologies, who offer a range of innovative digital signage solutions and totems. The company supplies a range of products available for use inside and out. All SH L!ve exhibitors will also be able to hire signage from SAAS Technologies for their own stands and areas.



Angela Thomas, Head of Commercial at SAAS Technologies said: “SAAS Technologies are excited to be the digital signage partner of SH L!VE and we’re looking forwarded to assisting at the event and showcasing our work. SAAS Technologies specialise in providing on site indoor and outdoor totems as well as all aspects of digital signage solutions. We work across the construction industry with companies such as Kier, Volker, Kelloggs and on historical sites such as HS2.”


Kevin Robinson, Chief Executive of event organiser, Safer Highways, said: “SH L!ve and Safer Highways have always been seen as leading the way in our approach to delivering innovation and new ways of working at our events and as our flagship exhibition, SH L!VE is no exception. Digital signage is just one of a long line of innovations we will be announcing over the coming months, such as sourcing all of our food for the event from sustainable sources within a 30 mile radius of the venue. I want to continue to drive SH L!ve forward in this way and play our part in de-carbonising and improving sustainability and wellbeing in the highways and transport sector.”


SH L!VE is now 90% sold out with 85% of the outside display area also sold.

SH L!ve is made up of indoor and outdoor exhibition zones showcasing the latest innovation, products, concepts and services in the health, safety and wellbeing sector, alongside several unique feature areas that will bring all the latest insight. It could be one of the first times the industry gets together in the highways industry after a series of cancelled events in 2021 due to the on-going pandemic and lockdown restrictions.


The event will bring together directors, managers and operatives working on both the strategic and local networks to help take forward the Safer Highways initiative of creating a safer road network for both road workers and road users.


Already confirmed for the event are leading contractors such as Amey, Balfour Beatty, Kier, Galliford Try, Tarmac, Interserve and Morgan Sindall as well as WJ Group, SRL and many others as Safer Highways continues to increase its membership. Alongside this, several thought leaders will give their latest views, ideas and thinking on how to take forward the latest innovations and learning and apply it best to our sector.

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