EDMONTON, AB – GES Canada and the Shaw Conference Centre are pleased to announce that GES has been selected as the preferred supplier of exhibit and display services for Edmonton’s premier convention centre. This new, five year partnership also makes GES the exclusive provider of all dock marshalling and material handling services.
“GES is a proven market leader who will only enhance the service we provide to our clients,” said Lisanne Lewis, General Manager Shaw Conference Centre. “Their commitment to excellence continues to strengthen our position as a meetings and conventions destination.”
As a full-service provider for live events, GES provides Shaw Conference Centre clients with access to a team of global event experts. From complete decorating services to custom exhibits, rental furniture, signage, and logistics, event planners are able to receive everything they need through one central point of contact.
“GES Canada is very honored by this significant designation. We feel our two organizations’ goals and values are closely aligned, and our team looks forward to contributing to the Shaw Conference Centre’s strong reputation of service excellence,” said Mike Lecour, Executive Vice President – GES Canada.
About The Shaw Conference Centre
The Shaw Conference Centre is an iconic venue featuring North America’s largest back yard. From hosting 75,000 guests for Red Bull Crashed Ice to the world’s top conventions, there’s nothing that can’t happen at Edmonton’s premier convention centre. As a preferred meetings, conventions and events destination, our team of event experts is ready to work with you. Contact us today by visiting ShawConferenceCentre.com.
Canada’s leading service provider for special events, tradeshows, conventions, consumer shows and corporate events. GES provides complete decorating services, custom exhibits, rental furniture, accessories, carpets, signage, material handling, and logistics. For more information, please visit our website at ges.com/ca.
Manager Marketing & Communications, Shaw Conference Centre
Sr. Manager of Corporate Communications, GES