Our industry is constantly changing. Count on us to keep you up-to-date on the important topics that impact your business. We support your organization’s innovation by offering informative in-person or online seminars, providing critical industry updates, providing safety and compliance workshops, and making an extensive collection of print and online resources available to you.
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ISA's The Wrap Experience™ Virtual, in conjunction with The Wrap Institute and noted instructor/installer Justin Pate, will help wrap professionals expand into new areas of profit. The two-day event, November 11-12, will bring together some of the world's foremost wrap experts for connection, instruction and exploration.
The U.S. economy is expected to come roaring back with a 33 percent GDP gain in the third quarter, according to the Sign Industry Quarterly Economic Report for the second quarter. Growth will fade to 3.7% in the fourth quarter as catch-up spending wanes, fiscal support dissipates, and COVID-19 infections remain high, analysts say. Overall, 2020 will feature a 3.7% contraction in GDP.
Approaching its 20th year, IRDC is recognized as the premier educational and networking event for store design and visual merchandising professionals and draws attendees from the U.S. and abroad each year.
MC Group | Icon, one of the leading brand
implementation companies in the United States, announced today that it has changed its name to Stratus. The rebranding comes one year after MC Group and Icon joined forces to expand their services and become one of the largest players in the facility services industry.
The Wrap Experience™ - Digital, in conjunction with The Wrap Institute and noted instructor/installer Justin Pate, is designed to help wrap professionals explore new business opportunities. The event, scheduled for November 11-12, will host attendees from across the globe in a digital setting, with networking, education, demonstrations and exhibitors.
If you know of a local community that is considering revising its sign code, or in the midst of working on it, or even just needs to improve it, please immediately contact ISA's David Hickey so that we can work with local officials and local member sign companies to make sure our industry's interests are represented.