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ISA Sign Expo 2020 Cancelled Due to COVID-19
Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the International Sign Association Board of Directors met this week and has voted to cancel ISA International Sign Expo® 2020 re-scheduled for August 22-25.
The close partnership between you, the sign, graphics and visual communications industry, and ISA has proven just how "we are all in this together." And together, we have served vital roles in helping our businesses and communities stay safe, and now, as we prepare to reopen and rebuild.
With social distancing and employees working from home, now can be a time to focus on learning and building new skills. Learning and education is always important and during this time it is a great way for companies to enhance and grow the skills of their employees while keeping them active and engaged.
Members of the United Applications Standards Groups (UASG) now receive benefits of membership in the International Sign Association. UASG members can enjoy ISA's industry-leading government advocacy, training, technical resources and industry networking events. UASG and ISA will collaborate on bringing USAG's training and installation network to the entire sign, graphics and visual communications industry.
"We're a sign company," Rossman said, "so this project was totally different from anything we've done before. We just had four or five people around the table and came up with a design that we thought would work."
The Small Business Administration (SBA) resumed accepting Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) applications from participating lenders today (Monday, April 27th) at 10:30 am EST. The PPP can be used by sign and graphics companies that need help with payroll and other operating expenses.
No surprise that the ISA Sign Industry Quarterly Economic Report anticipates a tough second quarter of 2020. But the good news: the pandemic is expected to subside by the third quarter. The QER is compiled by IHS Markit and analyzes each segment of the market upstream and downstream to allow users to stay current with evolving business conditions.