“Envision 2016” was everything it was built to be, and then some. Co-Hosted with the world’s largest sign trade show, the ISA Expo, hundreds of Sign Biz Members were able to experience a record-breaking event that transmitted an electric energy this year. ISA International Sign Expo 2016 closed with attendance topping 20,044 — making it the largest ISA Sign Expo in a decade and the largest ever in Orlando. The 200,000-square foot trade show floor sold out in February with nearly 600 exhibitors. Exhibitors and attendees alike noted the adrenaline-charged throngs that never abated. Long-time attendees found innovations and brand new Sign Biz Members were floored. “We really enjoyed everything and have tons of takeaways from the Expo and our time with the Sign Biz network,” affirms Montell Staples, a new Sign Biz Member from Indiana. “We look forward to attending many more Expos/Reunions in the future!”
We are going to demystify Perceptual Color, and CRI (Color Rendering Index) in terms that should lead to good decisions, and make your shop vibrant at the same time!
Sign Biz, Inc. today announced over 50 new Certified Installer Training classes for 2016. Five 3M Graphics Authorized Training & Testing Providers across the US will offer special rates for 3M Advanced Installer Training to Sign Biz Members.
Wall graphics and murals are “In” and they are powerful purveyors of delight, but low-VOC paints are antagonistic to the adhesive properties of these graphic elements. Because the paint formulations are protected by trade secrets, it is difficult for any film manufacturer to understand how film adhesives interact with these paints. After a huge investment of research, time and money, the foolproof method for overcoming low-VOC paint problems is here.
(Kennewick, WA) — Graphics film manufacturer, Avery Dennison, in Mentor, OH, announces that 28 graphics installers have achieved Avery Dennison Car Wrap Certification across the US and Canada in 2014. The certification is a two-part test that includes a written exam and hands-on vehicle wrap installation demonstration.
(Lubbock, TX) Although Lubbock is only the 11th-largest city in the Lone Star State, with roughly 300,000 metro-area residents, it’s known as The Hub City because it’s the largest urban area in the Texas region known as the South Plains. Thus, its economic significance is greater than its sheer size would indicate. It’s the home of the Buddy Holly Center – which honors the Lubbock native and “Father of Rock Roll” – and Texas Tech Univ.; both make tourism an important cog in the local economy.
(Lubbock, TX)– Toby Stephens hit the ground running with his new business, Elite Sign & Design, opened in Lubbock, Texas in January of 2010. He quickly moved up the ranks in the Sign Biz Network, achieving proficiency in dimensional signage and vehicle wraps. He shared his insights and actively engaged in the lively message group that connects all members of the Sign Biz network. Late on a Friday, May 6th of 2011, he sent a special message to all 200+ Sign Biz Members around the world: