Fueled by a growing market demand from customers in the casino, hotel, retail, transportation, banking and convention center channels, NanoLumens is heading into INFOCOMM 2014 fueled by sales that have more than doubled year-to-date in 2014. What’s more, according to Nate Remmes, Director of Business Development, NanoLumens is on pace to have the most successful year yet in the company’s history of bringing meaningful innovation to the digital signage industry.
“Our promise to imagine, design, and manufacture LED displays in any size or shape required is really resonating with customers in all of our target markets,” Remmes said today. “Customers are really getting the message that they can have it their way. There’s no need to compromise on their vision because of space limitations. With NanoLumens there aren’t space limitations. Integrators are selling solutions in record numbers and designers love the customization of the product line.”
Pacing NanoLumens’s year of record-shattering growth are major new sales to MAC Cosmetics, Uniqlo, Charles Schwabb, Terra DOOH, Cleveland’s massive I-X Center, WinStar Casino, Northern Lights Casino, Aerospace, and Delta Airlines Flight Museum, among many others. “The I-X Center sale alone was the largest single order in the company’s history — a multi-million dollar partnership,” Remmes explained. “We supplied 22 of the most impressive LED displays in the country, including 8 massive NanoWrap displays.”
Indeed, NanoLumens has taken a number of steps to ensure its ability to continue to meet the growing market demand for its displays. The company has strengthened its manufacturing relationship with PartnerTech, the Georgia based contract manufacturer that is part of PartnerTech AB, the Swedish supplier of services in manufacturing, engineering and supply chain management that employs more than 4,000 people worldwide. “We are now in the third year of a partnership with PartnerTech that is only going to become more strategic for us as we expand our marketing programs outside of the United States to geographic regions around the world.”
To support the company’s expanding international sales and marketing efforts, the company recently appointed industry veteran Nick Shaw to serve as its first Director — EMEA Region, reporting directly to Almir DeCarvalho, Vice President of International Sales, who noted that, “Nick is playing a critically important role in building out our network of partner distributors throughout Europe and the Middle East.”
At INFOCOMM 2014 NanoLumens will take a different approach in its exhibit design. The company will showcase its displays in actual channel environments that show how prospective customers can get an immediate feel for how NanoLumens displays can work for them. “We’re also assigning channel managers to each area of the booth so as to be able to answer specific customer questions immediately and knowledgably.”