Visual Magnetics

Visual Magnetics to Support Conect Enterprises at Visual Impact Melbourne 2013

Visual Magnetics will be supporting Conect Enterprises Pty. Ltd. at Visual Impact Melbourne 2013. Visual Impact, the largest sign, display, graphics, engraving and digital print trade show, will take place from May 21-25, in Melbourne, Australia.

President / CEO, Joe Deetz and Vice-President, Sandra Deetz will be meeting with key personnel from Conect at the Visual Impact trade show this week. As part of their global expansion plan, Visual Magnetics strives to develop a strong knowledge of local markets and customer requirements. While in Melbourne, Visual Magnetics will also finalize the signing of Conect‘s Direct Sales Channel (DSC) Agreement.

“Understanding our customers’ needs and fostering relationships with them are key ingredients to providing exceptional service,” said Joe Deetz, President / CEO of Visual Magnetics. “We are ecstatic to be able to support Conect in Melbourne and believe this visit will solidify our relationship while establishing Visual Magnetics’ footprint in the Australian market.”

Conect Enterprises PTY. Ltd., a Victoria, AU, based company, is a distributor and importer for the digital print and sign industry. Conect is a Silver Sponsor for Visual Impact Melbourne 2013 and will be showcasing the Visual Magnetics Graphic System throughout the five day exhibition. Industries represented at this show include digital printing, signage, screen printing and design all of which can benefit from Visual Magnetics MagnaMedia product portfolio such as their Digital Fabric Collection, Digital Veneers, and dry erase film VM-DRYerase to name a few. Visual Magnetics is changing the way architects and designers, retailers, visual merchandisers and store planners create retail, hospitality, educational, health care and business environments by providing a graphic system that is easy to print, transport, install, remove and reuse or recycle.

Together, the two companies are sure to impress the crowds in Melbourne.

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