BOISE, Idaho (PRWEB) November 20, 2015
As people walking around downtown Boise gazing at the unveiling of the newly restored “River Sculpture,” a business has moved in just down the street at the CW Moore Plaza, from Eagle, ID. Overlooking Boise’s high-profile art piece, Intracon North America Inc. is taking the opportunity to be closer to more venues, new and current clients, and the community.
Intracon specializes in giving businesses a competitive advantage through training, consulting, and event management. By teaming up with clients to discover their industry, products, and solutions, Intracon forms a strategic partnership with businesses and work directly with clients to bring new passion to their message.
“It’s an opportunity to be a part of the new growth in Boise,” says Intracon NA’s managing director, Raymond Kramer, “We know the value we bring our clients, and we believe that we can boost that value by being closer to them. For us to be successful, we have to form real connections with people, and the downtown area is the best place for us to do that.”
As well as consulting and training on new products, technologies, and solutions, Intracon manages small to large events such as product launches and annual conferences. The developing conference centers and hotels in the area make this an ideal move for Intracon.
“We can offer our clients more options and convenience that best suit their needs, “says Kramer, glancing eagerly at the much anticipated JUMP!, “This is a great city, and we are excited to be a part of making it flourish.”
Intracon NA is a branch of the worldwide company headquartered in Germany, and located in Singapore, Barcelona, Spain, and Bogota, Colombia. With U.S. offices in Boise, Idaho and Miami, Florida, the company has a client portfolio ranging anywhere between international, technology giants, to local, community-focused, performance arts companies.
Intracon brings some of the most cutting-edge technology with it to Boise, including new developments in 3D design, 3D printing, and virtual reality. The new location also sparks growth in the company’s video production services. Intracon features a permanent infinity wall, making it competitive to other studios in the Treasure Valley.
“An affordable studio that can be used for anything from photography to full productions is what the film community has been waiting for. This studio advances the production value of creatives in this city, and is accessible to anyone,” says Michael Gough, video producer at Intracon NA.