Exhibits Development Group, a global leader in travelling exhibitions, is providing exhibition support during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Exhibits Development Group (EDG) is pleased to announce that it is on hand to help museums and cultural institutions as they prepare to reopen and earn revenue once the crisis has passed. It has a huge portfolio of exhibitions and solution on offer as well as marketing support and its CultureNut Xchange service.
EDG has over 30 exhibitions available, covering art, science, history, popular culture and more, in an engaging and entertaining format. Popular options include Pompeii: The Immortal City, A Queen Within, Digital Me, Mythbusters and more. It provides exhibitions that are hands-free, fun, interesting and suitable for all ages.
The company’s global shipping partners enable its clients to benefit from discounts on shipping, logistics and storage. It also offers help to install or deinstall exhibitions in North America, Europe and the Middle East, South America and Asia Pacific, with teams of art handlers, registrars, site supervisors, IT/AV technicians and project managers available.
In addition to this, EGD also provides sales, marketing and distribution expertise, helping institutions to book and market their exhibitions.
CultureNut Xchange is a platform that allows museums and cultural institutions to sell off idle assets and upcycle items in storage. Using this solution, 44 institutions have sold more than $2.3 million dollars of idle assets in the last 14 months. In June 2020, users will also be able to access the CultureNut all on mobile devices.
CultureNut ambassadors can make visits to assist with projects that require storage evaluation and excess. Idle assets are either disposed of, sold on CultureNut or gifted/upcycled to other institutions. The service helps operators be a little greener as well as generating income. The service is available throughout the shutdown and you can email for more information.
EDG also recently announced that it is collaborating with renowned palaeontologist Dr Paul Sereno to tour two new dinosaur exhibitions.