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Expands to Asia, Prioritizes Sustainability Amid Rising Demand

October 18, 2023

Visual Art, offering end-to-end Digital Signage solutions to clients all over the world, is accelerating its global footprint with a strategic focus on Asia to meet the escalating demand for LED. Simultaneously, the company is intensifying its commitment to sustainability throughout the value chain. As part of this expansion, Visual Art is pleased to announce the appointment of Lei Wang as the new Strategic Sourcing Manager.

Visual Art has been experiencing rapid growth, positioning itself as a driving force in the Digital Signage industry. The company’s strategic decision to fortify its presence in Asia aligns with its mission to provide cutting-edge Digital Signage solutions and help clients drive its overall business objectives.

Lei Wang, the newly appointed Strategic Sourcing Manager, brings a wealth of experience and a proven track record in strategic sourcing to Visual Art. With a focus on enhancing customer value, Wang aims to optimize the supply chain, ensuring that Visual Art continues to provide best-in-class solutions to its clients.

– “We want to be Europe’s number 1 digital signage company in the coming years. This strategic expansion into Asia, is a significant step toward achieving that goal from an operational perspective. We are committed to not only meeting but exceeding the expectations of our clients by combining innovation, sustainability, and a relentless focus on customer value.” says Pontus Meijer, CEO, Visual Art Group

– “In the evolving landscape of Digital Signage, particularly in the LED sector, Asia presents significant opportunities for growth. I am confident that, given my experience and local insights, we can strengthen our partnerships with vendors, and further solidify Visual Art’s position in the market,” says Lei Wang, Strategic Sourcing Manager at Visual Art

The company t is at the forefront of strategic knowledge and tech innovation in the Digital Signage industry, and the escalating demand for LED underscores the company’s strategic vision. This expansion aligns with Visual Art’s commitment to delivering cutting-edge solutions to its clients while emphasizing environmental responsibility.

– “Visual Art is an amazing international company with a great reputation in the market. Now, in a period of rapid growth, the opportunity to work with such a fantastic team is an exciting prospect. I am eager to contribute and believe I can fully unleash my potential here” says Lei Wang.

The company remains committed to pushing the boundaries of Digital Signage by combining its ambitious expansion plans with a relentless focus on customer value, not only meeting market demands but exceeding expectations.

For more information:

Pontus Meijer, CEO, Visual Art Group
Tel. +46 70 937 67 00, pontus.meijer@visualart.com

Monika Lindquist, CMO, Visual Art Group
Tel. +46 72 333 23 83, monika.lindquist@visualart.com

About Visual Art Group

Visual Art is a leading digital signage company that delivers end-to-end solutions to clients all over the world.

We always start with why, collecting insights, and designing concepts that create real business value for customers. We take care of the whole value chain from tech solutions, hardware, software, content, and installation to service and support.

By measuring the effect of the solution, we can act as a strategic partner, making sure that the defined KPIs are reached. Whether it is to increase sales, drive customer experience, or sell advertising space to third parties (retail media).

We are doing this by combining our creative expertise, tech innovation, and simple and intuitive digital signage software Signage Player. Visual Art was founded in 1997 and has 130 employees in 7 markets within consulting, tech, concept and design, content production, installation, service, and support to make sure our clients can trust us to deliver a smooth experience.

We are trusted by brands such as McDonald’s, Unibail-Rodamco-Westfield, Lego, Joe & the Juice, NIO, Subway, Audi, Circle K, 7-Eleven, and others.

Revenue: 290 MSEK (2022)

Software licenses: 65 000 licenses in 39 countries