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Network signs and window film

Enseignes lumineuses People and Baby - Semios


Network signs and window film

Created in 2004, people&baby is the first independent, family-run, French childcare compampany. The group has a network of 550 daycare centres in France and abroad, led by 4,950 early childhood professionals.

With 13,000 children attending every day, the organisation is continuing to grow and plans to open 200 new facilities over the next three years.

Semios accompanies people&baby in the deployment of their image throughout their network in France with signage and window display solutions made to measure for each site.

The goal?

  • High-quality proactive project management to ensure installation deadlines are met (an essential element for the opening of a new daycare centre).
  • Detailed surveys performed on each site with the thoroughness required when taking measurements for window film.
Vitrophanie People and Baby - Semios

Signs and window film

Our network of installers covers the whole country and ensures the level of responsiveness expected by people&baby. We guarantee an intervention within 10 days for the installation of window film and pictograms.

  • Single-sided illuminated banner sign. Front and back in coated aluminium, openwork on the front covered with 3 mm light diffusing acrylic. LED lighting.
  • Double-sided illuminated hanging sign.
  • Sign on rails in 30 mm acrylic with light-diffusing front and opaque edges.
  • Interior signage to identify the doors with adhesive pictograms.
  • Window display made of printed and cut-out micro-perforated film or printed and cut-out frosted adhesive.
  • Construction site hoarding: covering of windows during work or decoration of wooden hoardings.