Orbus, Staff Members’ Accomplishments Recognized

Orbus Exhibit & Display Group (PPAI 428128, S7) has been named one of the Best and Brightest Companies to Work for in the nation for the fifth consecutive year. Out of 5,000 nominated companies, only 540 were honored as winners in the program operated by National Association for Business Resources.

“With the war on talent hitting the doorsteps of the Best and Brightest, this achievement means even more than it did a year ago. As we continue to raise the bar, these companies rise to the challenge, through cultural innovation [and] maximizing their workforce potential,” says Jennifer Kluge, president and CEO, Best and Brightest Programs.

Giles Douglas, president and CEO of Orbus, adds, “The Orbus team is amazing and make this the best company to work for… It is a credit to them to be recognized by the Best and Brightest.”

The Woodridge, Illinois, supplier was also selected as one of the Digital Output Reader’s Choice Top 50 for 2020. This award is based on data, including reader interest on articles and advertisements in print and on the web, collected from Digital Output Magazine’s online lead generation system. Winners are a mix of media manufacturers, hardware vendors, finishing specialists, software providers and ink suppliers.

Additionally, Will Rodriguez, client services supervisor, was recently awarded Exhibit City News’ Top 40 Under 40 Award. The award honors the top employees based on their dedication to the company, customer, facility and co-workers in five categories; General Contractors, Exhibit Managers/Tradeshow Coordinators, Exhibit Designers/Producers/Builders, Tradeshow and Event/Experiential Producers, and Vendors.

“Will has always been someone who goes the extra mile to ensure that our clients, and their clients, have the best possible experience,” says John Warman, senior vice president of Orbus. “Will handles his position with an always-positive attitude and spot-on solutions to the challenges that are present daily in our business.”

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