LOS ANGELES, CA / ACCESSWIRE / May 27, 2022 / Business owners are experiencing challenges amidst the Covid-19 pandemic, with many businesses facing bankruptcy and even closure. Businesses that continue to thrive throughout this period of uncertainty are a living testament of their determination to continue serving their customers at the highest level, giving them a window of opportunity to stand out above the crowd.
The Australian Exhibitions Group is renowned for pioneering the Australian tattoo expos and the Rites of Passage tattoo expo. Kevin Mack, CEO of Australian Exhibition Group, and the Founder of Tatsup, has faced his own share of challenges throughout the Covid-19 pandemic. At his lowest point, he had to resort to selling his personal belongings and liquidating assets in order to keep his company alive.
Although putting himself at major risk, his efforts paid off and he created massive success with his two recent shows, the Sydney Tattoo Festival and Rites of Passage Melbourne. "We had over 10,000-20,000 patrons in attendance across each event and the Sydney show selling out completely. But I have to admit, we experienced some of the most turbulent years in business in 2020 and 2021." Kevin shares.
In the ever-changing landscape of business in today's world, community, culture and bringing people together will have businesses create sustainable growth for the long-term.
Australian Exhibitions Group's mission is to create events where people can experience a sense of belonging while learning about tattoo culture. Building a business where its people come first is how Australian Exhibitions Group have grown exponentially throughout a time when many businesses are struggling.
Several events in Sydney have sold out completely as the company sees a rise in expo attendance. Kevin and his team have successfully proven they have the resilience and determination to keep the brand afloat, so much that Tatsup has attracted investors who are interested in helping to grow and expand the brand even further.
SOURCE: Australian Exhibition Group
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