Setsquare acquires Enigma and GTMS
Wednesday, 5 December 2018
enigmaguritexhibition-standThe companies have worked together in previous years
UK - Temporary and permanent installations specialist Setsquare Staging has invested in print and interior design company Enigma Visual Solutions and event and print production company, GTMS.
Enigma and GTMS will both continue to operate from their Marlow and Waterlooville bases respectively but the companies will combine their services.
John O’Gorman, creative director and founder of Setsquare, comments: “We are extremely excited to embark on this new venture. Both Enigma and GTMS are specialists within the print, build and staging industries, delivering creative solutions to clients on an international level. We will combine our services to produce industry leading solutions. We will be building branded environments second to none.”
Reno Macri, founder of Enigma Visual Solutions, adds: “I founded Enigma in my parents’ spare bedroom as a sign company and since then Enigma has grown year on year from graphics to modular and custom exhibition stands; to interior design and installations.
“Over the last 10 years, Setsquare has been an invaluable partner, helping us expand into new and exciting sectors. To secure the future of Enigma and its continuous growth, the opportunity to be part of Setsquare has not come at a better time for us and our clients. With the amazing resources now on offer, we can satisfy our clients with the added expertise of Setsquare and GTMS.”
Dominik Short, managing director of GTMS adds: “This is an exciting time for GTMS, in 2002 we transformed the business into an award-winning event production company when we introduced a build and print division that opened up opportunities for GTMS to expand into new markets. Today we are ready to take on greater challenges and Setsquare have the knowledge and qualities to help us do so. We are ready for this new challenge and to work as a Group to develop innovative solutions for our clients.”
(Jim Evans)

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