EXHIBITORLIVE, the platform that is connecting trade shows professionals and event marketing enthusiasts every year; where the publisher of EXHIBITOR Magazine, EXHIBITOR Media Group felicitates the best performers in trade shows and event marketing business by its prestigious Portable Modular Awards.
2019’s EXHIBITORLIVE finalist revealing ceremony saw The Trade Group, a company that is volatile in the field of event marketing & creative designing by specializing in trade shows, e-sports events & activations, corporate events, brand activations, retail merchandising, commercial graphics and experiential solutions since 1986, declared as the finalist for:
In addition to bagging finalist title for five categories, The Trade Group also received an honor under the EXHIBITORLIVE’s Find It – Top 40: the category in which EXHIBITOR Magazine evaluates a firm under 50 criteria’s that are listed into the final five categories i.e. Company and its Capabilities, Honors and Awards won by the company in its past, Thought Leadership and Industry participation shown by the company, Services offered by the company and its reliability, Creativity shown by the company and its key differentiators.
On winning the title of Top 40 Event Producers, the CEO Chris Stone, like any honest leader would, by giving credit to his team he says,” Our team works hard every day to deliver creative and innovative solutions that deliver results for our clients.” About this kind of honors backs up one’s morals and fills him with more energy to work for Chris says,” To be named as one of the best exhibit producers in our industry is not only an honor, it also reinforces our credibility as a go-to resource for trade show and live event solutions.”
The Trade Group: The company that clients rely on for event ideation, creation, and production; e-sports expertise; exhibit design and fabrication; graphic design and production; strategic marketing solutions; technology integration and a lot just for a simple reason, because it believes that,” only if you capture an eye… you can open the mind!”