Traveling Exhibits Major Players
Imagine Exhibitions, Premier Exhibitions, Siteline Productions, Evidence Design, Flying Fish Exhibits, and GSM Project are leading companies in creating small to mid-sized traveling exhibitions as well as permanent installations. Revenue information was not publicly available for any of these companies except Premier Exhibitions, and that information is nearly three years old. Additionally, locating pricing for an exhibit from any of these companies was not possible; it can be assumed that specialized consultations are required with each individual company to determine the estimated cost of the desired production.
Imagine Exhibitions provides a diverse variety of traveling exhibits, and takes pride in accepting projects that might seem otherwise impossible to bring to life. Imagine Exhibitions creates traveling exhibits as well as permanent ones, and operates primarily out of Atlanta, Georgia. Currently, Imagine Exhibitions is responsible for 35 exhibits in worldwide locations, from museum projects like Speed: Science in Motion at Scitech in Perth, Australia, to those focused on popular culture, like Downton Abbey: The Exhibition. Celebrating over 25 years in business, Imagine Exhibitions offers a number of services in addition to just producing exhibitions, including the coordination of venues for the exhibits they product, as well as transport of materials, assembly, and disassembly of exhibits.
Major clients for Imagine Exhibitions include National Geographic, Space Center Houston, and the Bellagio in Las Vegas. Revenue information for Imagine Exhibitions was not publicly available, and pricing for their exhibitions was not available either; for pricing quotes for services, a consultation is needed.
Premier Exhibitions is considered a leading company in the development of "unique exhibitions for education and entertainment." Specializing in permanent as well as touring exhibits, Premier Exhibitions offers services in production, design, and development, as well as merchandising, staffing assistance, and assistance throughout the process of putting together a successful traveling exhibit, including the selection of locations for exhibits, and helping to select local partners in each area the exhibit will be traveling to. Premier Exhibitions has created installations for more scientific, education based projects like Bodies: The Exhibition, and those based more in entertainment, like SNL: The Experience.
Major clients of Premier Exhibitions include Brookfield Zoo and Museum of Broadcast Communications. Recent revenue information for Premier Exhibitions is not available publicly, but a 2015 report released for the company put their revenue at the time at roughly $29,390,000. Pricing for individual exhibitions was not available, and it is likely that a consultation is needed to determine exact rates.
Siteline Productions has over 30 years of experience as an "integrated Experience Design and Production company" and offers their services on a worldwide scale. Siteline Productions creates projects for a variety of categories, including the usual museum exhibits as well as sporting events, "press events, [and] popup shops." Siteline Productions is responsible for educational exhibits like Discover Navajo and the Declaration of Independence International Tour, sporting related events like Super Bowl City 2016, and entertainment exhibitions such as Pokemon International.
Major clients of Siteline Productions include the Special Olympics and Blizzard Entertainment. Revenue information for the company was not publicly available, and it is likely that a consultation is required to determine rates for exhibitions and other projects.
Evidence Design is located in Brooklyn and has ten years of experience in "interactive exhibition development." Based on the locations of projects they have worked on in the past, it appears that Evidence Design currently only operates within the United States. Evidence Design has produced mainly science-related exhibits such as Dinosaur Hall and the Human Genome, but has additionally worked on more historical projects such as one for the Holocaust Center. Evidence Design works with an "extended team of partners" in order to develop exhibits they believe tell "memorable stories."
Major clients for Evidence Design include Harley-Davidson and the Museum of Science and Industry Chicago. Revenue information for the company is not publicly available, and a consultation is likely required to determine exact pricing for exhibitions.
Flying Fish Exhibits
Flying Fish Exhibits is based in Australia with offices in China and North America, and specializes in "international touring exhibition services." In addition to consultation and planning services, Flying Fish Exhibits also offers assistance in developing the way an exhibition will be toured, with an emphasis on the international knowledge it has, boasting work experience on "6 continents". Flying Fish Exhibits has developed entertainment-centered exhibits such as Jim Henson: Imagination Unlimited as well as science-based projects like Spiders: Life and Death.
Major clients of Flying Fish Exhibits include Discovery Place, the Museum of the Moving Image, and the Living Oceans. Revenue for Flying Fish Exhibits was not publicly available, and for specific pricing and cost information, it is likely that a consultation is required.
GSM Project prides itself on creating an entire project from start to finish, and making it as easy as possible for their clients. Boasting thousands of completed projects on an international scale, GSM Project "maintain[s] three regional offices in Montreal, Dubai, and Singapore" in order to appropriately serve their global client base. GSM Project has received multiple awards over the years for their projects, which range from science and education based efforts such as The Cosmodome, to entertainment exhibits like Star Wars Identities.
Major clients for GSM Project include LucasFilm, Cirque du Soleil, and the Smithsonian Institute. Revenue information is not publicly available for GSM Project, and it is likely that cost and pricing information is available upon a consultation. In spite of not providing exact cost figures on their website, GSM Project does assert that their method of doing things will save their clients "a bundle of time and money."
Imagine Exhibitions, Premier Exhibitions, Siteline Productions, Evidence Design, Flying Fish Exhibits, and GSM Project are leading companies in creating small to mid-sized (and occasionally, quite large) traveling exhibitions as well as permanent installations. Revenue information is only publicly available for Premier Exhibitions, however this information is nearly three years old and likely not relevant to the company's current earnings. Additionally, none of the companies researched publicly provided any pricing models for their work, leading to the assumption that a consultation with the company of choice is required for any specific pricing.