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Exhibits Development Group showcase travelling exhibits over 6 continents

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Exhibits Development Group (EDG), a leader in global cultural exchange, is dedicated to the creation, marketing, distribution and management of travelling exhibitions and experiences. These projects have reached six continents to date, in a huge range of venues such as museums, science centres and amusement parks.

EDG has one of the biggest portfolios of touring exhibitions and can provide projects on a wide array of topics. Visitors can enjoy educational displays on science, history, art, entertainment and popular culture in at venues around the globe. The company has worked on STEAM content alongside leaders in content delivery such as the Discovery Channel, the BBC, The Franklin Institute, the Museum of Science and Industry Chicago, Museo Galileo, Civita Mostre and many more.

Based in St. Paul, Minnesota, EDG has been upholding high standards in the touring exhibition field since 2006. It currently has 36 exhibitions out on tour with clients all over the world. These can be found in museums, historic homes, galleries, theme parks and more. Some notable examples are The Magical History Tour:  A Beatles Memorabilia Exhibition, Beyond Rubik’s Cube, Evolution, MythBusters: The Explosive Exhibition, and The International Exhibition of Sherlock Holmes. The company has also produced exhibitions concerning major artists and their work, for example, Caravaggio, Alexander McQueen, Rembrandt, da Vinci and Picasso. In addition the company provides bespoke exhibition related services including sales & marketing, tour operations,
and exhibition development.

International cultural exchange

EDG’s founder, CEO and Chairwoman, Amy Noble Seitz, was recently selected as a keynote speaker for the University of Minnesota’s 6th Annual Women’s Entrepreneurial Conference. She is dedicated to fostering an international cultural exchange between non-profits and for-profits. This mission has led her to develop the culture of EDG and build a large network of clients and collaborators. Noble Seitz has launched EDG’s fifth company, CultureNut Xchange. This is a global distribution network that aims to connect cultural institutions and provides a marketplace for buying, selling and exchanging idle assets.

Christine Wacker is the Vice President of Discovery Communications, a long-time client of EDG. She says, “EDG is definitely best in class. They took the time to not only understand our Discovery brands but also how the guests and our fans want to interact with them. The result is dynamic and fun while still being educational. It is clear that this team knows the industry and what makes a successful exhibition.”

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Charlotte Coates

Charlotte Coates is blooloop's editor. She is from Brighton, UK and previously worked as a librarian. She has a strong interest in arts, culture and information and graduated from the University of Sussex with a degree in English Literature. Charlotte can usually be found either with her head in a book or planning her next travel adventure.

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