One week — Kiosk London Expo 2014 & Digital Signage London

By | October 8, 2014


PRESS RELEASE, 08 October 2014


KIOSK LONDON EXPO is returning to The Barbican in London on the 15th October 2014. This will mark the show’s fourth 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 second 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 United Kingdom’s only conference and exhibition completely dedicated to the self-service and digital signage industry. Companies that have all ready pre-registered include: Coral, William Hill, Allsops, Air France, Post Office, Tesco, Allied Group, Homebase, HSBC and many more.

“The UK is at the forefront of self-service and digital signage deployment,” commented Jens Schindler, managing director, hf media & events. “KIOSK LONDON EXPO 2014 and DIGITAL SIGNAGE LONDON 2014 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 and the full programme looks to be an exciting line up.

Wednesday 15th October 2014

o GRAEME DERBY, MANAGING DIRECTOR, MEDIA 5 – Why we must move on from kiosks!

o COLIN PIZEY, OWNER OF IBLINK – DIGIMANITY – Opportunities & Threats in Our Changing Digital Landscape

o KEITH PURVEY, SALES DIRECTOR, STAR MICRONICS EMEA – Using Personalised Multichannel Customer Communications in an Omni-Channel World

o DANIEL RUSSELL, ANALYST, INVIDIS CONSULTING GMBH – At the heartbeat of the industry – new market research for the Digital Signage industry in EMEA

KEVIN WILLIAMS, DIRECTOR, KWP LTD – The Entertainment Dimension in Kiosk and Signage.

o STEPHEN MILLARD, CEO, ECCOMPLISHED – Digital In-store Transformation: The technology and trends shaping the future of retail

Thursday 16th October 2004

o NIGEL SEED, CEO, NETSHIFT SOFTWARE – Automated Retailing and associated payment solutions

o NEIL TITTENSOR, SERVICE DIRECTOR, ITAB SHOP PRODUCTS UK – How to use all your store assets to improve the in-store experience for the digital shopper and drive sales

o JULIAN ROONEY, MANAGING DIRECTOR, CAMMAX LTD – Medi+VendTM improving healthcare through self service

o MARIO PABST, SALES DIRECTOR, ENTERPRISE TV AT PIKSEL – Empowering corporate communications with video.

The 2014 Gold Sponsors for KIOSK LONDON EXPO are Star Micronics, Protouch, Cammax and Provisio.

“Kiosk London Expo provides Star with an excellent platform to demonstrate its extensive portfolio of industry-leading products, advanced driver and platform support for mPOS applications and pioneering approach to a wide range of high quality end users and system integrators. With an ever increasing number of relevant visitors each year, Kiosk London is clearly going from strength to strength. We look forward to another successful show this year.” said Annette Tarlton, Marketing Director, Star Micronics EMEA.

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


For more information please contact:

Jan Back
hf media & events
Tel: 0044 (0) 1353 644 080
26 St Thomas Place
Fax: 0044 (0) 1353 881 211
Cambridge Business Park
E: [email protected]
Ely Cambridgeshire, UK CB7 4EX

Author: Staff Writer

Craig Keefner -- With over 40 years in the industry and technology, Craig is widely considered to be an expert in the field. Major early career kiosk projects for him include Verizon Bill Pay kiosk and hundreds of others. Craig helped start kioskmarketplace before leaving. Note that the point of view here on kioskindustry is not necessarily the stance of the Kiosk Association or