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Brannon named SCSWORX president

Will Brannon has been promoted to president of SCSWORX. CONTRIBUTED
Will Brannon has been promoted to president of SCSWORX. CONTRIBUTED

MADISON – SCSWORX has announced the promotion of Will Brannon to president.

SCSWORX has been producing successful trade show displays, including booths, banner stands and other items for 30 years. SCSWORX began in 1986 as Southern Convention Services, a company that provided basic equipment and labor to trade show managers.

Previously, Will Brannon served as SCSWORX vice president of business development.

In his new role, Brannon will challenge the business units for graphics, production, project management and business development of SCSWORX to generate superior design, products and customer service. Brannon also will work to grow the company and its capabilities.

Brannon is committed to the highest standard of work ethics and walking alongside the next generation of excellent businesspeople and leaders, according to a SCSWORX spokesperson.

“Will has demonstrated a keen comprehension of the company’s role philosophy in business practices, integrity and customer service. I believe he will apply all three successfully,”

SCSWORX CEO Curt Brannon said about Will Brannon’s leadership skills.

Will Brannon was instrumental in reworking the mindset of business development at SCSWORX. This mindset involves eliminating obstacles for the client and providing unparalleled customer service. The company uses customer service as a platform to generate new clients and grow the company.

“It was with this mindset that a ‘dream team’ has been assembled and grown from several young sales people straight out of college to a young but mature team capable of providing customer excellence and unprecedented revenue growth,” Curt Brannon said.

“I am honored to have an opportunity to lead such a capable team and serve such wonderful clients. My prayer, time and effort will be devoted to being an equally capable leader,” Will Brannon said.

Today, SCSWORX’s client brands extend past the trade show floor. SCSWORX offers environment design services ranging from permanent lobby displays and point-of-purchase to complete office designs.

“From concept to fabrication, support to logistics, we understand what it takes to produce smart creative space for clients, and we do it time and time again,” Curt Brannon said.

For more information, visit scsworx.com.

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