At Moss, we love to listen. Throughout the collaborative process and the customer experience. Here’s what some of our customers say about working with us.
Projection Mapping gives the event industry an incredible ability to transform any surface into a dynamic, living canvas. Over the last few years, projection mapping has quickly become the standard.
Enhancing its capabilities to serve the retail and commercial/corporate environments markets, Moss Inc., announces the merger of Andrés Imaging & Graphics with its Moss Retail division. Andrés Imaging & Graphics will now operate as Andrés Imaging & Graphics, a Moss Company.
Sports Business Journal has named the 2014 Bridgestone NHL Winter Classic the Sports Event of the Year. See how the Big House was transformed in Ann Arbor, creating a compelling atmosphere for the massive crowd and the millions more watching on screens everywhere.
Moss invented the concept of tension fabric and we are committed to staying on the cutting edge of innovation. The people of Moss believe that delivering exceptional value for our customers makes it possible to provide excellent returns to our employees, shareholders and communities. Sound ethics, commitment to business excellence, social responsibility and respect for the environment are fundamental principles of our work.
We regard our workplace as an arena of growth and learning in which all are teachers and all are students. We view commitment to community as an essential principle of being in business. In contributing to educational, health, arts and advocacy groups, and in encouraging employees to volunteer their time and talents to such activities, we aim to be a catalyst in our community.
We respect the natural world and support its conservation as the most valuable legacy we can leave to future generations. We conserve energy, recycle what we can, and through action and advocacy, strive to improve the quality of the environment.
We solicited Moss to provide their expertise and we found ourselves a partner who had a keen eye on the little things. Not only did they take the initiative to offer alternative fabric solutions, but they sought to understand the intention and ultimate installation of the space.Pietrina Analetto
Designer, GES Boston