In a couple of weeks, we’ll be attending BIOMEDevice San Jose, Silicon Valley’s leading event for medtech professionals. With more than 250 supplies and 1,500 medical industry professionals, we’re looking forward to meeting industry leaders and hearing more about the latest developments, trends and breakthroughs across the industry.
We recently built a customized case for Mike Schultz, a professional snowboarder who competed in the PyeongChang 2018 Paralympic Winter Games. Mike, who designed and built his own prosthetic leg, needed to transport his leg and snowboard equipment halfway across the world – and it needed to arrive unscathed and in perfect working order. He came to us, and we built him a custom case that delivered.
In the last decade, the veterinary practice landscape has changed dramatically, with many veterinarians forgoing the traditional brick-and-mortar clinic in favor of a mobile practice.
AR and VR technologies are creating new learning opportunities and changing established workflows – while making waves at product expos and live demonstrations. Here are some of the ways that AR and VR are changing how organizations and health care professionals approach medicine.
At CCG, our flagship branded product is the DroneHangar line of cases for UAVs of all shapes and sizes and that do all kinds of jobs. Because of that – and because we happen to be a bunch of drone enthusiasts – we like to keep up with the latest when it comes to our nation’s blooming commercial drone industry.
The last thing you want is an outdated trade show booth design. Check these 5 signs your display could use an overhaul, then get to work!
Get the lowdown on one remarkable moldable material—EVA foam. Also called ethylene vinyl acetate, the material is amazing for case customizations.
Check out this quick, four-step guide that you—our fellow drone-loving friends—can refer to in the event of a drone crash.
Whether you’re handing out sell sheets, T-shirts, stress balls, or something more exciting, make sure your trade show collateral looks new and professional.
Our friends over at Trade Show News Network let CCG’s president, Tim Jennings, weigh in on ways the trade show industry can get greener. Read about it!