Since the show's debut in 1947, the ISA International Sign Expo has been breaking records in exhibit sales and attendance, growing from a few hundred booths to more than 1,900 representing 550 companies and serving an audience of 19,000 attendees. Held annually, the event location alternates between Las Vegas, Nevada, and Orlando, Florida.
The ISA International Sign Expo appeals to a worldwide audience.
The ISA Sign Expo's global reach has also expanded throughout the years. Each year, the event hosts thousands of international visitors from nearly 100 countries around the world.
The ISA Sign Expo puts the focus on innovative business solutions.
The enormous popularity of the ISA International Sign Expo mirrors the growth the sign industry itself has experienced over the last 60 years. The advent of digital print imaging for use in visual communications has largely contributed to the expansion. In addition to digital print imaging, dynamic digital signage has taken a prominent place among today's signage solutions. Advancements and innovations in digital technology will continue to energize the marketplace. Learn more about what’s new this year on the dynamic digital signage front.
ISA Sign Expo: The can't-miss industry event of the year.
As a result, the ISA International Sign Expo is the best place to get up to speed on important industry issues and trends and the best venue to conduct business. Learning opportunities abound at the show, with expert-led sign industry specific educational programs focusing on topics such as graphic design, sign code legislation, business management, sales and marketing, technology and more. ISA's International Sign Expo is the only event that brings together all markets in the signage industry.
Education & Networking
Get more out of your ISA International Sign Expo experience by participating in the education and networking opportunities offered during the show.
Daily networking events allow you to meet with industry peers in a relaxed setting. Face-to-face connections are more important than ever in today's business world and are keep to building relationships that will grow your career and your business.
ISA’s International Sign Academy education programs at the ISA International Sign Expo offer insight on the latest trends. These thought-provoking and business-minded sessions offer insight on important sign industry issues.
The ISA International Sign Expo 2014 is the premier event for the global sign industry and exhibiting is a must if you sell to the sign industry.
ISA Sign Expo gives you the opportunity to not only show your product or describe your service, but also create that all important first impression. Once a year, every facet of the industry converges in one place for the ISA Sign Expo - be there to build the relationships that will transform your business.
Benefits of exhibiting at ISA Sign Expo 2014 that maximize the impact of your show investment:
Exposure on ISA Sign Expo’s website
Use of the official ISA Sign Expo logo on pre-show and post-show marketing materials
ISA Sign Expo banner ad to use on your website
Discounted staff education at the ISA Sign Expo
Exclusive access to the full pre- and post-show attendee lists
On-site exhibitor lounge
Discounted exhibit rates at ISA regional events
Unlimited complimentary customer passes
Expo hours designed to maximize attendance and provide additional networking opportunities
Exposure in the official on-site program, both alphabetically and by product category
24-hour security from set-up to tear-down
Show your commitment to the industry. Profits from the ISA Sign Expo support expanded industry programs, education and work against restrictive sign codes.
The International Sign Association (ISA) is a 2,300-member trade association, the members of which are manufacturers, users and suppliers of on-premise signs and other visual communications products from the 50 United States and 54 countries around the world. ISA supports, promotes and improves the visual communications industry, which sustains the nation’s retail, distribution, service and manufacturing industries.