Having a booth at Digital Signage Expo as well as working as a partner on its educational program helped pay off for the Digital Signage Federation, which has announced the addition of 26 new members in the past two weeks.
Management of the DSF, an independent not-for-profit trade organization serving the digital signage industry, says that strong period of growth corresponds to the launch of several new member incentive programs and the Federation’s presence at Digital Signage Expo 2012.
Brian Gorg, executive director of the DSF, says, “Response has been incredible. companies appreciate the benefits offered by the DSF and understand the value of membership – most highly valued of which are related to the Digital Signage Expo and our educational partnerships. Networking with other members and being part of an independent association is something that also attracts new companies to our organization.”
New DSF member, Peter Dunn from Wyless Connect, a provider of global M2M managed services and enterprise connectivity solutions, says, “As a new company in the digital signage space, joining the Digital Signage Federation has already proven to be invaluable in expanding our connectivity business. The members have been very welcoming and we’ve already found several new potential partners and customers.”
DSF memberships are company-based, meaning all employees of member companies receive the benefits of membership. Annual membership levels are based on the type of company the member is, reflecting the enumerated benefits of Federation membership.