Flying Fish Exhibits is "a fantastic weapon in my organization's arsenal...truly the shot in the arm the exhibition industry so desperately needs."
"I have worked with Jay Brown and Flying Fish for over a year and a half and can attest to the quality of their professional services for touring international exhibitions. Jay and Flying Fish has helped to commercialise an expanded revenue stream, resulting in international touring being a key strategic initiative for the Australian Museum. The Australian Museum has increased revenue in the first year of operations by over $1 million, a significant increase on revenue which afforded the museum greater financial sustainability."
"Flying Fish Exhibits gets it - they know what it takes to make meaningful visitor experiences happen. The success of our first project with Flying Fish motivated us to seek more of their products as we came to respect them as professional, honest, fair players in the Featured Exhibits market. Their team understands the needs of science centres, our visitors, and the value of cultural experiences."
Jay Brown of Flying Fish Exhibits "works tirelessly to provide his clients with everything he's promised and more."
"Having worked with Flying Fish over a few projects now, I must say they are always at the top of their game. From filling travelling schedules, with their sales and marketing channels, to managing projects from inception to completion, they always deliver a high standard to the client. The latest project was no exception. Flying Fish's team went above and beyond to deliver a successful opening of our latest offering. I would highly recommend Flying Fish to anyone looking for a company that understands and caters to the industries needs."
"The team at Flying Fish treated our institution with nothing but complete professionalism and integrity. They listened to our goals and were always willing to work with us to find a solution. Their passion for the industry has left an impact that will keep the company's name in forefront of our minds for future temporary exhibitions."