Initially called the National Electric Sign Association (NESA) when it was first formed in 1944, today this group is known as the International Sign Association (ISA) and it is celebrating its 75th anniversary.
Sign, graphics and visual communications companies are well-positioned to reap the benefits of general economic growth, according to the International Sign Association’s (ISA’s) latest quarterly report.
The International Sign Association’s (ISA’s) 2017 International Sign Expo, which was held last month in Las Vegas, Nev., ranked as the largest yet, with more than 20,500 visitors breaking previous overall attendance records.
The production of wide-format graphics is expected to nearly double in North America over the next four years, according to the International Sign Association (ISA), but understanding the significant, new opportunities that arise will be complex.
The International Sign Association (ISA), an industry organization representing sign manufacturers and their suppliers, has appointed Lisa Queeney director of finance. She succeeds Bill Winslow, who retired after 12 years with the association.
The International Sign Association’s (ISA’s) most recent ‘market monitor’ quarterly economic report on the sign industry shows favourable conditions for large-format printing, digital signage, electric signs and wayfinding systems in 2015.