Atlanta, Georgia (PRWEB) February 09, 2016
Exhibitus is pleased to announce expansion of its Chicago presence with the hiring of seven additional employees to support local operations and opening an office in the Hamilton Lakes Business Park.
“We are very excited to be moving operations to Hamilton Lakes,” said Exhibitus President Brad Falberg. “Over the past two years, we have experienced rapid growth in customers located in the Midwest, particularly in the pharmaceutical industry. Securing offices in Hamilton Lakes will allow more direct collaboration between these clients and the team that designs and manages their exhibit programs.”
A master-planned business development, Hamilton Lakes is home to a well-established business community and offers easy access to I-355 and Chicago’s O’Hare Airport.
Falberg continued, “In addition, we recognize Chicago’s importance as a top tradeshow destination, especially as McCormick Place continues to grow in popularity with major shows and events. Having an established presence in the area will help better support our many customers that exhibit at this principal venue.”
The Chicago Division is led by Natalie Benamou, Division Vice President - Sales and
Dan Parisi, Operations Manager. Together, they lead a team that provides exhibit design, graphic design and account management expertise.
The new office is located at:
555 Pierce Rd., Suite 105
Itasca, IL 60143.
Exhibitus is an award-winning custom exhibit house specializing in 3-dimensional design for trade shows, corporate events, user conferences, permanent installations, museums and corporate interiors. Driven by the philosophy that "DESIGN MATTERS", the company builds exhibits that capture brand, inspire action and assure business success.
Headquartered in Atlanta with offices in Chicago and New York, Exhibitus also features global service capabilities to support clients abroad. Exhibitus’ clients include Abbott, AGCO, Alcoa, Cessna, Cox Business, Kawneer, Lexus, Mack Trucks, Porsche, Purina, Toshiba, ViaSat, Verizon, Wells Fargo, and Yamaha.