Event production specialist GT Marketing Services (GTMS) and design and build company RS Sets have merged.
RS Sets, which specialises in shopfitting, exhibition stand builds, set builds and CNC routing, has been working alongside GTMS for the past two years and together they have carried out numerous high-profile projects. The merger leads to a new design and build team comprising multi-skilled staff that can fulfil projects from conception through to manufacture and installation.
GTMS director Dominik Short said of the move: “Combining our efforts with RS Sets will give us the tools to deliver even greater projects with ease and confidence. This new service is a designer's dream and will provide tailor made solutions for artists, creative directors and architects alike”.
Hampshire-based GTMS celebrates 30 years in business this year while Sussex-based RS Sets was established over a decade ago. Their combined client portfolio includes Fat Face, Goodwood, Joseph Joseph, BBC and an array of experiential, marketing and PR agencies. GTMS also specialises in large-format graphic services from small to large-scale and complex projects.
Short added: “This is an exciting step forward for GTMS and will dramatically increase our position in the market to undertake those larger projects. Because we have everything under one roof, we are able to add value to everything we do and work closely with our clients to deliver far greater results”.
GTMS’ forward-thinking team of 34 employees operates from under one roof, a 38,000 sq. ft purpose-built site complete with offices, print house, production workshops and warehouse.
Ray Shield, director of RS Sets, said: “We have worked with GTMS on a number of projects to date and we share their passion and dedication. The RS Sets team has a great deal to offer in terms of experience and complimentary expertise and this will ensure greater exposure and open new doors.”