In its recent weekend edition, the San Francisco Chronicle’s Carolyn Said beautifully captures the behind-the-scenes magic that Group Delphi creates for clients of all sizes and across industries. Whether it’s the unveiling of Virgin Galactic’s VSS Enterprise or replicating California’s endangered songbird, Bell’s vireo, the piece highlights our commitment to delivering the best to all our clients, big and small.
Perhaps what we’re most proud of, as the San Francisco Chronicle calls out, is the full range of services we offer under one roof because of our wildly diverse and creative team. In fact, about 200 craftspeople – carpenters, metal workers, painters, sculptors, graphic artists, engineers, designers, animators, video editors, project managers, industrial designers – put on their creative hats to bring larger-than-life ideas to reality. Together, our people help Group Delphi’s clients shine at various events, from global tradeshows to popup shops to museum exhibits. As our CEO Justin Hersh rightly tells the Chronicle, “The Maker Movement is big now, but we’ve been makers all along.”
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