Groundbreaking Design Grounded in a History of Craftsmanship
In 1979, a client who would not settle for mediocrity approached our founder and master cabinetmaker, Franc Tivadar, to design and fabricate an exhibit. His attention to detail and exceptional craftsmanship led to the founding of EDE, a trendsetting exhibit and museum fabricator.
Today, Franc’s son, Greg Tivadar, leads the team as Creative Director and President. Franc still helps out (we can’t keep him out of the workshop) as we test the limits of what’s possible with our clients every day.
We’re a Hardworking, Family-Run Business
Greg apprenticed at EDE throughout his youth, and his wife, Jill Lencioni (she’s been here even longer — now that’s a fun story) is the Director of Operations. In fact, extended family hold roles throughout our 50-odd strong team.
You don’t have to be a Tivadar, though, to feel welcome in our offices, in our homes, and in our lives. We believe the connections and relationships we hold with our clients are our strength, and the gratitude we feel is immeasurable.
Get to know us. You won’t regret it.
What We Do
We Create Personalized Experiences
Whether on the trade show exhibit floor, in your branded environment, or captivating passing museum visitors, our exhibits are dynamic.
We put passion and intricate detail into every exhibit we create — delivering unforgettable, multidimensional experiences.
How Do We Create Impactful Exhibit Experiences?
We attend to the details and push the boundaries of what’s been done, so you stand out from the crowd.
We take pride in our work. Over the last four decades, we’ve learned visitors pay attention to the details — and it’s that attention to detail we instill in every project.
If we can think it, we can build. We don’t let what’s been done define what can be — and we’ll deliver unique, unforgettable experiences every time.
When you work with us, you’re part of the family. We’ll pull out the vacuum or make the call — whatever is needed so you deliver a better experience for your visitors.
“EDE has been such a great partner for our trade show clients and we couldn’t be more pleased with our experience working with them! Jay and Jill are always on the ball, super organized, great problem solvers — we hit the jackpot with this account team.
If you’re looking for a partner who can hear your vision and produce it to reality, EDE is a great asset to add to the team. We’ll continue to work with them for years to come!”
Ashley Massa, Senior Associate Producer | The Experiential Group
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We’re Growing and Need Your Help
Over the last year, we’ve learned that face-to-face conversations aren’t going anywhere. While event attendees at trade shows, in our offices, and in our halls have decreased in number, the value each visitor brings has risen.
We need your help and fresh perspective as we continue to evolve and push boundaries in event and exhibit design marketing.
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