Latest findings have revealed positive news for the UK sign and graphics industry, despite uncertain political times.
According to the ISA-UK powered by BSGA, which was formerly known as the British Sign & Graphics Association, more than half (58%) of the sign industry decision makers who took part in the online survey reported that business turnover has increased in the past year, with a further 24% saying it has remained constant.
Of those surveyed, 53% have seen customer numbers increase during the past 12 months and 31% said they have stayed the same.
David Catanach director of ISA-UK, powered by BSGA, commented, “This is the first time we have commissioned industry-wide research and the results have been extremely interesting and positive.
“More than half (57%) of the business decision makers who completed the survey agreed that there is plenty of work available in the sign and graphics industry and a 51% said that they think the industry is thriving.”
He added, “The list of services that professional sign companies provide these days is vast.
“Whilst 76% report that general signage is still one of the most profitable elements of their business, specialist areas such as vehicle wrapping, interior décor and illuminated signs are also key. 68% of respondents say that their list of services has increased in the past two years.”
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