Expo Logic Buys Registration and Lead Retrieval Company EPIC

January 6, 2016

East Norriton, Penn.-based Expo Logic, an event registration and lead retrieval solutions provider, has acquired EPIC, another registration and lead retrieval provider for associations, based out of Charlotte, N.C.

“We are very excited to have the seasoned professionals from EPIC join Expo Logic’s team,” said Jeff Cooper, CEO of Expo Logic.

He added, “This acquisition provides additional talent and knowledge that will benefit our clients. Additionally, this acquisition demonstrates Expo Logic’s continuing mission to re-invest in our development and offerings, thus bringing the highest quality of products and services to our current and future clientele.”

With this acquisition, Expo Logic is positioned as an even bigger registration solutions provider serving the nonprofit, association and membership sectors.

This acquisition also expands Expo Logic in terms of its client base, staff, service capabilities and technology tailored solutions.

“I am thrilled to have the EPIC family join Expo Logic, and am excited for my team to be a part of such a dynamic organization with strong core values,” said Alan Johnston, former owner of EPIC.

He added, “The combination of EPIC and Expo Logic is fantastic news for our clients and staff, as the unified organization will offer a stronger collective set of resources and technologies. I look forward to helping continue our track record of success as part of Expo Logic.”

Johnston will stay with the company as vice president of Development to work on new business opportunities. 

Expo Logic was founded in 1980 and serves more than 250 events worldwide.

EPIC was founded more than 10 years ago and handles events from a few thousand to more than 150,000 attendees.

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