April, 2020 – Indianapolis-based exhibit, events and experiences specialists Ignition DG is delighted to announce its first-ever inclusion in the industry-leading 2020 Exhibitor Find It – Top 40, which honors the top exhibit producers in the USA and Canada.
The list is compiled each year by Exhibitor Magazine, which features best practices in trade show marketing. Find It – Marketplace, the buyer’s guide to trade show products and services, has now announced the companies that qualified for the 2020 list. Ignition DG landed among 100+ exhibit houses in the USA and/or Canada, all of which were subjected to an exhaustive evaluation process before this year’s Top 40 winners were announced. The assessment criteria reflected all the ways in which industry buyers evaluate potential partners.
‘Ignition is delighted to be included for the first time this year in the ‘Creativity and Key Differentiators’ category of this important annual listing,’ says Carrie Logie, Chief Operating Officer at Ignition DG. ‘Being recognized by this list is a reflection of our increasing visibility in the North American and international markets. It acknowledges not only our project work, but highlights the industry-leading approach we take with our clients and our thought leadership on intelligent exhibit design.’
Ignition and its parent agency, Istoria Group, have been the recent recipients of an increasing number of awards by both their US and UK offices in the creative design and environmental sustainability categories.
‘This program is intended to spotlight the best exhibit producers in the industry, while also providing a valuable resource for exhibit managers searching for new potential partners,’ Randy Acker, President and Chief Operating Officer of Exhibitor Media Group explained. ‘The third-annual Find It – Top 40 represents the most exclusive list of U.S. and Canadian exhibit providers in the industry and serves as the Good Housekeeping Seal of Approval when it comes to the companies behind many of the most successful trade show stands in the world.’