Nth Degree and Zenith LaborNet to Join Forces in 2018

December 12, 2017

Full-service global event marketing and labor management company, Nth Degree, has finalized an agreement to merge with Atlanta-based Zenith LaborNet effective January 1.

The company will be headquartered in Nth Degree’s Duluth, GA office and will continue to operate in all major convention cities across the country and the globe.

“This merger with Zenith LaborNet will complement our labor management offering – the combined team will offer best-in-class service in every trade show market, deeper project management talent pools for large projects and city expertise that is unparalleled in the industry,” explained Rich Ennis, CEO of Nth Degree.

He continued, “This joining of forces to become the industry’s largest and strongest exhibitor-appointed labor provider enables us to better serve both organizations’ current customers and expand our capacity.”

Zenith LaborNet’s current executive leadership, including company founders Mike Metzger and John Zimmerman, will join the Nth Degree leadership team, with Metzger serving vice president of field service operations; Zimmerman as vice president of operational excellence, and Russell Greenway as vice president of business development.

“Nth Degree and Zenith LaborNet are a perfect blend of the best that the I&D industry has to offer its customers,” Greenway said.

He added, “The combination of skills, talent and experience that have been brought together will serve to provide an even better trade show and event experience for our customers worldwide.”

Nth Degree works at more than 1,000 trade shows and events annually including CES; National Association of Broadcasters; Radiological Society of North America; American Heart Association; HIMSS; LA Auto Show; North American International Auto Show (Detroit); National Business Aviation Association and NAHB International Builders’ Show.


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