As the economy continues to grow, companies that produce signs, graphics and related visual communications media are on pace to benefit in the year ahead, according to the latest quarterly economic report from the International Sign Association (ISA).
More than 60 companies across North America are participating in this year’s fifth annual Sign Manufacturing Day, including 16 in Canada, up from just seven in 2016, according to the International Sign Association (ISA) and the Sign Association of Canada (SAC).
Signmaking software developer SA International (SAi) recently launched its first-ever EnRoute Design Contest with a formal call for entries at the International Sign Association’s (ISA’s) 2017 International Sign Expo.
The International Sign Association (ISA) has named three products the top winners of its 2017 International Sign Expo Innovation Awards, as selected by a panel of industry experts. They will be available on the expo floor next month.
After a disappointing start to 2016, the signmaking, graphics and visual communications industry is now showing signs of growth that should continue in 2017, according to the International Sign Association’s (ISA’s) latest quarterly economic report.
On Friday, Oct. 7, members of the Sign Association of Canada (SAC) and the International Sign Association (ISA) will again host visiting students for Sign Manufacturing Day with the hope of inspiring the next generation of sign industry professionals.
The International Sign Association’s (ISA’s) latest quarterly report shows all of its four defined sectors of the sign industry—i.e. large-format printed graphics, electric signs, dynamic digital signage and architectural signs—are growing above historical trends.
At its recent International Sign Expo in Orlando, Fla., the International Sign Association (ISA) presented the 2016 Innovation Awards, honouring six products judged ‘best of the best’ by an independent panel of sign and graphics industry experts.
The ability to place inks on an ever-broader range of substrates is driving the growth of the wide-format printing sector, according to new research compiled by InfoTrends and released by the International Sign Association (ISA).