The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is citing businesses with violations because their digital signs are operating at Electro Magnetic Interference (EMI) levels not allowed under federal law and therefore interfering with the wireless spectrum.

Women aspiring for elevated leadership roles in their companies can join in a new initiative, “Women Leading the Industry.” The new initiative will be launched by the International Sign Association with Sign Builder Illustrated magazine at ISA International Sign Expo 2019.

The first Sign Industry Professional badges have been awarded to professionals who have demonstrated a comprehensive learning and an understanding of the broad skills needed within the sign, graphics and visual communications industry. The badges are earned by those who complete 70 percent of the available subject area badges offered through the International Sign Association.
Jacyln Vesley, National Sign Corp.’s senior graphic designer, is highlighted in the “2019 Makers of Tomorrow” Signs of the Times article. She quotes, “Knowing how a sign can be built is very helpful when you take it back to the initial branding design. Almost every company is going to need a sign.” Did you know that National Sign Corp. is a 100-year-old sign company?
You won't want to miss the hospitality event for all affiliate associations of the Western States Sign Council! After a day at the ISA Sign Expo, come hang out at the WSSC suite on Thursday, April 25, 2019 from 5:00 - 8:00 p.m.
Justin Pate of the Wrap Institute and John Duever of Vinyl Images & Design will help wrap professionals build their businesses for long-term success at the Business Boot Camp for Wrap Professionals by Avery Dennison.
This comprehensive economic analysis covers future trends and upcoming market shifts by key segments in the sign, graphics and visual communications industry.
Visitors to Northern Quest Resort & Casino, a newly expanded, Vegas-style casino and entertainment destination near Spokane, Washington, are being greeted by more than 2,500 square feet of LED displays.
A new report from the B2B firm Clutch found that nearly 15 percent of recent hires in a survey got their jobs via a social platform. But don’t shutter your job board just yet.
Sign up for Oregon OSHA Safety Break on May 8, 2019! Your business will be entered in for a prize drawing when you participate. Safety Break encourages employees and managers to work together to identify safety and health concerns.
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