Why Your Company should join the Ontario Sign Association

1. Increase Your Profit and Protect Your Sustainability
How often are you able to step away from your shop to connect with your peers and learn about what is happening in our industry that may impact your business? As a OSA member, you get resources, information and education to help your company be more profitable, more sustainable, more productive, more credible and more competitive.

2. Get Inside Information
OSA/SAC/ISA works with regulators across Canada to ensure a fair and transparent business environment for you to serve your clients. As a OSA member, you have a seat at the table and inside information about the direction of the regulatory environment.

3. Be Part of the Bigger Picture
All sign company members receive complimentary membership with the International Sign Association. ISA is the largest community of sign companies, service providers, and end-users in the world. This is a tremendous source of resources and education for you and your employees. www.signs.org. Make the valuable connections you need to expand your business. By engaging in our events you have the opportunity to initiate, move things forward and create progress! Connect with other sign company professionals and suppliers at local, regional and national events. Learn from the experts at members-only live webinars.

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Serving Ontario

Latest News & Upcoming Events

  • **Commercial Press and Design Inc. in Peterborough (ON) is seeking a Sign Sales Account Representative to join their team!

    Sign Sales Account Representative

    For more information, click on the job description above.Please respond to info@commercialpress.org with covering letter and resume

    **Custom Sign Solutions in Oakville (ON), is looking to add a Graphic Designer/Sign Maker to their team in a fast-paced growing sign company.

    Graphic Designer/Sign Maker

    For more information, click on the job description above. Send your applications to dave@customsignsolutions.ca with the job posting.

  • A guiding objective for the Ontario Sign Association is to contribute to the operational effectiveness and viability of the sign industry in Ontario and to be the provincial voice of authority on regulatory matters. As such, along with the Sign Association of Canada's Government Relations team, the OSA has been in discussions with City of Toronto to produce a standard set of sign type drawings, which, among other benefits, would help fast track the sign permit application process.

    Request for a Quote: The Ontario Sign Association is seeking an engineering firm to produce drawings of standard sign types. These drawings would be used exclusively by Sign Association members to accompany permit applications to the City of Toronto.

    This is the first step in a process whereby the City will fast track the permit process for applications accompanied by these drawings. Each drawing would be used multiple times by Sign Association members over a period of multiple years. Going forward it is likely that the number of drawings will increase.

    Firms that wish to quote on this RFQ are requested to provide an indication of their intent to quote by 5 pm ET, March 26, 2019, to Karin Eaton. The RFQ period closes at 5 pm ET April 9, 2019.

    For more information on the RFQ requirements and the process, click here.

  • Sign company owners & managers: Do you employ anyone under 35? Do you want to develop, empower and engage them? Making them successful in the sign industry, will in turn make your company more successful!

    You only become better when you surround yourself with the best, so have them come meet and network with the best and brightest young professionals in the industry.

    Join the SAC YPN for a night of networking and bowling on March 23rd at Burlington Bowl (4065 Harvester Road, Burlington) from 6:30 to 8:30pm. This is a fantastic networking opportunity for any young sign industry professionals in the area to come out and meet existing YPN and ISA Elite members.

    Click here to register, to let the YPN group know you are coming.