Beth Nelson Archives - Indigo Signworks

Acquisition Expands Indigo Signworks Capabilities and Marketplace Lead in the Midwest


Sign Source Acquisition Expands Indigo Signworks Capabilities and Marketplace Lead in the Midwest Indigo Signworks has announced the acquisition of Sign Source, Chanhassen, MN. Sign Source is a privately-held sign company dedicated to serving regional and national clients with a Read more

Indigo Signworks Welcomes Matt Brasel as GM of North Dakota


Indigo Signworks Announces New General Manager of North Dakota Indigo Signworks announces the addition of Matt Brasel as General Manager of North Dakota.  Matt will be overseeing operations through the Director of Sales and Director of Operations within the region. Matt Read more

Crane Certification Requirements


The final ruling is in: OSHA has required that all crane operators must be certified by November 10th. We are ready! Indigo Signworks’ employees have been trained & certified! The foundations of the crane operator certification is simple: to ensure a safe Read more

Indigo Signworks Welcomes Beth Nelson to HR Director Role

Posted on by Indigo Signworks, Inc. in Employees Leave a comment

Indigo Signworks Welcomes Beth Nelson to HR Director Role

Beth Nelson has joined Indigo Signworks as the Human Resources Director. Beth is responsible for aligning human resource strategies with business objectives. Known as a collaborative leader with expertise in talent management and development, Beth has spent 16 years in HR.

“I am very proud to announce Beth Nelson as the new Human Resources Director for Indigo Signworks. Beth comes to us as an accomplished leader with years of experience in a wide variety of human resource roles,” said CEO Rick Schomburger. “The most important asset at Indigo isn’t something you can put your hands on. It isn’t our equipment or the physical plant, and it isn’t data, technology or intellectual property. The most valuable part of Indigo is our employees and any plans to move the business forward will start there.  With Beth’s leadership a solid foundation is now in place.”

“The most valuable part of Indigo is our employees and any plans to move the business forward will start there.  With Beth’s leadership a solid foundation is now in place.”

Beth expressed, “This is very exciting time to be a part of the Indigo Signworks family.  I am committed to providing a positive work environment with equal opportunity for all employees.  I look forward to serving the Indigo Signworks employees who are the company’s most valuable resource.”

Beth began her Human Resources career in the United States Army, where she worked for 24 years.  While in that role, she developed, provided counsel and implemented programs, policies and procedures.  After retiring from the US Army, Beth worked for Caesarstone Technologies in Richmond Hill, GA, a start-up manufacturing facility in US within the executive team to develop a workforce plan to align with business strategic plan as Plant Human Resources Manager.

Most recently, Beth was Division Employee Relations Manager for Coca-Cola Bottling Company United in Savannah, GA.

Originally from Dickinson, ND, Beth and her husband Michael have returned to her roots where she will base in the Indigo Signworks’ Fargo office.  Beth graduated from Webster University in St. Louis, MO, with an M.B.A. in Human Resource Management.