Today, there are growth opportunities in the vehicle graphics industry across the market spectrum. Although the commercial market is more mature and more concentrated, it continues to grow at a high single-digit rate.
Between lockdowns, shifts in consumer habits, and disrupted supply chains, quick-service restaurants (QSRs) and other businesses have had to make dramatic adjustments as to how they operate—and digital signage technology has played a huge role in enabling positive change.
City Image Signs was formed in 2015 through the purchase of an existing signage manufacturing outlet in Edmonton. Since the transition, the newly acquired 35-year-old signmaking company has revamped its operations and improved its capabilities to satisfy a growing customer base on a national level.
Konanz & Co., an Alberta-based graphics studio that specializes in traditionally hand-painted signs, was commissioned by telecommunications company Telus to create a sign for the latter’s office in downtown Edmonton.
A ton of intricate design work, detailed planning, and frequent correspondence went into the design, fabrication, and installation of the monster-sized DSV sign by Gregory Signs & Engraving Ltd., in Vaughan, Ont., which is celebrating its 40th year in business in 2021.
The healthcare sector has seen great progress in the digital space recently with the advancement of digital donor recognition walls. Simply put, digital donor walls make sense on so many fronts, ranging from the simplified update process to an improved experience.
Sign Media Canada recently spoke with Cory Byrnes, president and CEO of Letterall Signs Inc., to learn more about the shop’s signmaking process, recent projects, and its secret to supplying Winnipeg with the finest signs and vehicle graphics.
Magnets are ideal for all types of signage, as they provide easily changeable, repositionable, and cost-efficient solutions. Today, there are many different types of magnetic products that can help sign businesses.