Dimitri Papadimitriou Receives GDUSA Design Award

Dimitri.Papadimitriou1ATLANTA (June 20, 2016) – Dimitri Papadimitriou, art director at Meeting Expectations, has been awarded a 2016 American Inhouse Design Award. The award, sponsored by Graphic Design USA (GDUSA), showcases the creativity and value inhouse designers bring to their companies. GDUSA has been a source for graphic design news, trends and technology for 50 years.
Dimitri’s work was selected out of a highly competitive group. GDUSA received almost 6,000 entries and only 15 percent were recognized with a Certificate of Excellence. He received this award for his work on the Modaero exhibitor prospectus. The prospectus was created to inform and encourage exhibitor participation for the Modaero NextGen Aviation Festival.
Jim Grove, creative director at Meeting Expectations, commented, “Dimitri continues to create innovative design and communication solutions for our clients. He goes above and beyond to understand the project and collaborate on a final design. Being recognized by GDUSA is an honor and a reflection of our commitment to our clients.”
Dimitri and the marketing and creative services team work closely with association and corporate clients to design effective and attractive communications. Dimitri has won numerous awards during his time with Meeting Expectations, including the IAEE Art of Show Award.Modaero pic

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