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Adidas engaged SignManager to manage the manufacture and installation of the signage at their new flagship store at Central Park, Sydney. This is the first project SignManager has completed for Adidas. 


ME Bank

ME Bank approached SignManager to help design a bespoke Sky Sign in Sydney’s CBD. After the preliminary budgeting was established our team undertook the council DA submission and approval process.



Aldi’s sign management had historically been based on a contract arrangement with two approved suppliers, retendered every 2 years. When one of these contractors went into administration, Aldi was left with a major sign management headache.



Volkswagen came to SignManager needing assistance with their signage program as they were using multiple signage manufacturers who all used their own methods of construction. While the signs looked similar, they were made of different materials and needed maintenance at different rates. Not having a single point of control made it difficult to determine if they were getting value for money, and it became hard to track which signage was at each of its dealerships.



Hertz engaged SignManager to assist them with upgrading their digital signage at their Melbourne Airport location. Once the necessary airport permits and permissions were acquired, SignManager organised for the removal the existing scrolling message displays. These were old fashioned and cumbersome LED displays which were not operating as originally planned and were stuck displaying a static message. 



In mid-2014 Europcar Business Support & Network Manager, Glen Christensen, was looking to engage a company that could provide multiple services to streamline the rebranding process and add efficiencies to service delivery. SignManager came on-board to provide this service.



Tabcorp approached SignManager in early February 2017, to complete site audits of 14 country racetracks in NSW. The difference was that this project had to be completed before each race track’s major race which meant that we had a tight deadline to work to. 



In late 2015 our long term client, GE Money, had an interesting challenge for us. After selling their ‘money’ business, their senior management group decided on a brand design for what is now renamed Latitude Financial Services. The new branding was released with a focus on internal staff, and a strong emphasis on change management. This release happened simultaneously in four head offices spread over three states and two countries over one weekend, and was labelled ‘Celebration Day’. They came to us to design, produce, and roll-out all the associated signage and celebratory paraphernalia.

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