ISA International Sign Expo® 2019 dealt a winning hand in Las Vegas, closing with an attendance of 20,600. But the event was about more than numbers, as it provided business-building ideas and products to help sign, graphics, print and visual communications companies deliver innovative and exciting projects. The 235,000-sq.-ft. tradeshow floor marked the first time to see many new products, ranging from new printers to new software.

The leading trade organisation for the UK sign industry, the British Sign & Graphics Association (BSGA), has entered a new chapter in its history: with a new name and a new president and vice-president.

At the upcoming International Sign Expo, Onyx Graphics, Inc., will be providing a first glimpse of the next major release of ONYX software that promises to take Print Service Providers beyond the limitations of wide-format print. The next major release will be available for the full range of ONYX Solutions including ONYX Thrive print workflow and ONYX RIP products. Demonstrations will be held in the Onyx Graphics booth 2347 at the International Sign Expo, April 24-26 in Las Vegas.

The 2019 ISA Elite class will benefit from an unparalleled network of young professionals in the sign, graphics and visual communications industry and receive ongoing opportunities for growth.

The International Sign Association’s new board of directors represents the breadth of the sign, graphics and visual communications industry. The board will guide the programs of the International Sign Association throughout 2019, including marking the association’s 75th anniversary.

ISA-UK, powered by BSGA, now provides members access to online training and research through the website, www.uksigns.org. These benefits come from the newly forged relationship between ISA and BSGA which took effect January 1.

As World War II raged on, a group of sign company professionals gathered to discuss ways that they could help grow their industry. Out of that meeting, and under the direction of Executive Secretary Maury Ely, the National Electric Sign Association was born on January 11, 1944, in Chicago, Illinois. Reflecting the growth in the industry—in both geography and technology—NESA changed its name to the International Sign Association in the mid-1990s.

Members of ISA-UK, powered by British Sign and Graphics Association, will see immediate benefits from the newly forged relationship, ISA president and CEO Lori Anderson announced today. Anderson made the announcement as part of the British Sign Awards held in Leicester, England.

Students say they are more likely to consider a career in the sign, graphics and visual communications industry after participating in ISA's Sign Manufacturing Day 2018. Companies say the event was exciting for current employees and provided an important relationship with local educators.

A record number of sign, graphics and visual communications companies across North America will invite students to learn more about career opportunities as part of ISA Sign Manufacturing Day 2018. The event will be held October 5, throughout the U.S. and Canada.**

The International Sign Association announces its newest partnership, ISA-UK, powered by The British Sign & Graphics Association. ISA-UK will allow ISA and BSGA to work together on issues common across the sign, graphics and visual communications industry, including codes and regulations, research, workforce education and events.

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