Atlanta, Georgia (PRWEB) September 26, 2016
Exhibitus announced today that for the second consecutive year it has been named to The FAB 50, Event Marketer’s list of top fabricators serving the event and trade show industry.
According to the magazine’s web site, there are more partners to choose from than ever as a result of the current upswing in the industry. In an effort to make the exhibit partner selection process less painful and more informed, Event Marketer serves up their fourth Fab 50 - the only editorial listing of top exhibit builders in North America.
“It’s no secret that the competitive landscape is more crowded today than ever before, with many outstanding design and fabrication companies,” said Brad Falberg, President of Exhibitus. “So we are especially excited to again be selected as one of Event Marketer’s Fab 50. We owe this award to our clients who recognize the value of design and innovative collaboration, as well as our talented and dedicated employees who work hard every day to achieve measurable success.”
The magazine’s editors, along with analysts at the Event Marketing Institute, review hundreds of applications that include client lists, case studies and raw numbers on capabilities, capacities and competencies. Only 50 companies are chosen. According to Event Marketer, the publication reaches 10,000 qualified buyers of event products and services and eventmarketer.com draws more than 30,000 unique visitors each month.
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 jaw-dropping exhibits that capture brand, inspire action and ensure business success.
Headquartered in Atlanta with offices in New York and Chicago, Exhibitus also features global service capabilities to support clients abroad. Exhibitus’ clients include Abbott, AGCO, Alcoa/Kawneer, Cessna, Cox Business, Lexus, Mack Trucks, Porsche, Purina, Toshiba, ViaSat, Verizon, Wells Fargo, and Yamaha.