3D Exhibits, a firm specializing in the design, fabrication and management of exhibits and events, launched its talent development program by selecting and training two new account representatives.
Over the next two years, Lindsay Walsh and Kelly Collins will learn the ins and outs of exhibit design, fabrication, marketing and management – 3D Exhibits-style. By participating in the program, they join 3D Exhibits’ sales team in its quest to deliver peace of mind, measureable results and really good coffee to corporate event marketers worldwide.
3D Exhibits created its talent development program to attract and train young talent. Gene Faut, president of 3D Exhibits calls the program an investment in 3D Exhibits’ future.
“Kelly and Lindsay represent the future of our industry,” said Faut. “They get social media, face-to-face marketing — and how the two can work together to enhance results for our clients.”
Collins earned her place in the program by demonstrating her ability to use design to create marketing solutions. She believes that strong relationships build fruitful collaborations and is always on the lookout for new and innovative approaches. Prior to joining 3D Exhibits, Collins was creative director for Tradetec Skyline.
3D Exhibits selected Walsh for her ability to understand niche marketing. She gets that every client is different and is committed to creating programs that leverage those differences as strengths. Walsh is a self-starter and has already proven herself to be an expert in pulling together all the little parts that make a program a success.
Privately held 3D Exhibits is a 16-year old firm with an annual sales volume over $60 million.