Exhibit Systems, an exhibit and marketing company, was named a 2013 Future 50 company by the Metropolitan Milwaukee Association of Commerce’s Council of Small Business Executives.
The Future 50 program recognizes privately owned companies in the seven-county Milwaukee region that have operated for at least three years and have demonstrated significant revenue and employment growth. Exhibit Systems and other Future 50 companies will be honored at a Sept. 19 luncheon at the Pfister Hotel in downtown Milwaukee.
“We are honored to be named a Future 50 company,” said Dave Jentz, vice president, Exhibit Systems. “This award recognizes the hard work and dedication of the entire Exhibit Systems team. Our growth would not be possible without the talented employees who focus every day on meeting our customers’ display marketing needs, knowing that our success is directly tied to theirs.”
The recognition is the latest turn in a busy year for Exhibit Systems, which moved into a new 46,000 square-foot facility in Brookfield in January. The company’s expansion and hiring growth were later celebrated by Lt. Gov. Rebecca Kleefisch and a host of local leaders at its office in May.
Kleefisch praised Exhibit Systems as the type of smart, growing company that comprises the backbone of Wisconsin’s economy. Its average 30-percent annual revenue growth for the past two years, coupled with its plans for the near future, has Exhibit Systems poised as a steady creator of family supporting jobs for a long time she added.
Exhibit Systems also expanded its on-site storage services for exhibits, allowing more room for client displays between tradeshows and other events.