Posted June 30th, 2009 by Exhibitslist Team
Mount Laurel, NJ: June 3, 2009 - kubik inc. is very pleased to announce the appointment of John Van Pelt as Senior Sales Executive. In this role, Mr. Van Pelt will be working with Elliot Kohn on new business development initiatives for kubik's North American exhibit business.
"At kubik, whether it's a trade show, experiential marketing event or museum environment - our focus is on providing our clients with outstanding services and creating the most extraordinary experiences in the world", said Elliot Kohn, Coo/Principal, kubik. "We know that there is an ever increasing demand for our services in the marketplace and we are excited that John will help us to extend our exceptional, timely and hands-on experience to our clients."
A seasoned sales executive with over 30 years of industry experience, John will play a key role in identifying and developing new business opportunities within organizations that are not current kubik customers.
Before joining kubik, John held Senior Account Executive roles as EWI Worldwide and H.B. Stubbs Co. Clients recognize his keen business insight as well as his expertise in translating concepts into action to maximize results in top-tier exhibits, mobile tours, museums and themed attractions.
"I am very delighted to have the opportunity to join a great company like kubik", said Van Pelt. "To be part of the team that's working hard to expand our presence in the marketplace is a terrific challenge and goal."
kubik is leading the transformation of conventional services associated with an event marketing company by providing clients with imaginative thinking, unique exhibit and event results and integrated marketing solutions.
kubik builds experiences in the form of exhibits, environments and events for Fortune 1000 companies and leading cultural institutions throughout North America and Europe. With offices in Toronto, Amsterdam and New Jersey, kubik can be contacted toll-free in North America at 1.877.252.2818 or at www.thinkubik.com
Posted April 13th, 2009 by richard in Installers Life
Exhibitslist scoured the trade show floor and managed to capture a picture of an exemplary installer: well prepared, brought all his equipment. But let's just imagine he didn't. Well, just as the panic starts setting in and he begins brainstorming various workarounds involving stacking buckets, rolls of duct tape, and one perfectly timed jump-- part 2 of the 'Installers Code' kicks in.
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Posted April 12th, 2009 by richard in Installers Life
This is the first in a series of "Installers Life" articles on the unwritten code and set of rules of trade show exhibit installation.
I've been working in the trade show/exhibit installation world for the last twenty years and I've found that there's a strict code that exists on show floors. Break the code and you tend to have more difficulty and you will quickly gain a bad reputation, especially if you're always working in the same venue. Large installation houses like Czaranowski and Nth Degree are always the most likely to stick to the code. Sometimes new installers take a while to get up to speed.
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