The International Sign Association (ISA) is a 2600-member trade association, the members of which are manufacturers, users and suppliers of on-premise signs and sign products from the 50 United States and 54 countries around the world. ISA supports, promotes and improves the sign industry, which sustains the nation's retail industry.
Business growth surely is on top of everyone’s do-to list as we move into the new year. Expansion can come by focusing on refining existing products and seeking out new clients for services. But growth also can come through diversification into new...
Roland DGA Corp. has announced that the company’s president, Rick Scrimger, has been appointed to the International Sign Association (ISA) Board of Directors, one of three new board members named for the 2014 – 2016 term.
The International Sign Association has named its Board of Directors for 2014, comprised of professionals across the industry representing national and local sign companies, suppliers, and distributors.
Communities of all sizes have developed wayfinding systems to help tourists and locals better get around while offering more information about key destinations. Are you exploring the options exterior wayfinding can bring you?
Today’s exterior wayfinding signage has become more important than ever since many businesses and medical facilities have merged or are located in business parks that can confuse even the most well trained Boy Scout. This offers PSPs an unprecedented...
As revenues in the out-of-home advertising industry continue to grow, quarter after quarter this booming marketplace offers tempting possibilities for print service providers producing wide-format output.
PRINT 13 exhibitors showcased the latest innovations in the wide-format arena at "BIG - the Wide Format Pavilion", sponsored by ISA, the new for 2013 "Inkjet Candy Store" feature, and all across the PRINT 13 show floor.
As business owners, sign company leaders have plenty of worries to keep them up at night. ISA's Leadership Congress is designed to bring these issues out into the open, see where there are commonalities, and use that to shape the future direction of ISA.