Slate’s Roadshow for Growth: Next Stop, NanoLumens!

July 23, 2013 Sarah Shelnut

SONY DSCWith NanoLumens expanding, new visitors seem to come in daily; however, today we got a visit that is a little more exciting than usual, as it was from General Electric Capital and Slate Magazine while on their Roadshow for Growth Tour. NanoLumens was one of three companies in Atlanta, GA to be selected as a stop on their national tour.

Their mission is to research and give middle market businesses a voice among the largest companies within America. Middle market businesses, like NanoLumens, contribute 1/3 of the national GDP and provide more than 43.3 million jobs throughout the U.S.  GE Capital and Slate have been working together stopping at various cities to show the impact that companies like ours have on the economy.

SONY DSCToday at the NanoLumens World Headquarters, our CEO, Richard Cope, and EVP of Business Development, Karen Robinson, gave the senior level executives from GE Capital an inside look at exactly what NanoLumens has to offer. With a full camera crew and entourage, we walked through both the sales & marketing departments as well as the engineering & manufacturing departments to give them a look at the amazing team behind the scenes of our innovative, digital signage company. Like any good tour guides, we saved the best for last, taking through our state-of-the-art LED display showroom, where Richard Cope and Karen Robinson were interviewed exclusively.

Want to see the interviews for yourself? Check out the footage from Slate as they learn more about how NanoLumens’ energy-efficient LED displays are “brighter than a billboard [and] more efficient than a hairdryer.”

Want to keep in touch with NanoLumens to stay up-to-date on the latest innovations in large-format, indoor LED signage? Get connected through our social channels. You can follow NanoLumens on LinkedIn and Twitter and find us on your other favorite social channels.

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