SAINT-BRUNO-DE-MONTARVILLE, September 23, 2022 – For the second time, Creos is proud to be one of Canada’s Top 430 Growing Companies according to the Globe and Mail’s Report on Business Magazine. The list evaluates the revenue growth rate of these Canadian companies from 2019 to 2021.
“Canada’s Top Growing Companies recognizes the tremendous ambition and innovation of entrepreneurs in Canada,” says Dawn Calleja, Editor of Report on Business magazine. “The next generation of Canadian businesses can draw inspiration from this ranking.”
More than ever, Creos’ temporary interactive installations helped to light up everyday life and create places of human convergence and connection, while stimulating local economies. Thanks to the popularity of animation on public spaces through the creative industries, the strengthening of the North American market, and the reopening of international markets, our revenues increased by 45%.
“Our expertise and exceptional products have allowed us to ensure a superior quality of management and to meet our clients’ expectations. Our role is to bring art to our clients and despite the ups and downs of the last few years, we managed to maintain our growth.’’ said Benoit Lemieux, CEO
Recognized as an international leader in its field, Creos acts as an active liaison between managers, developers, creators, and distributors of public art around the world. The company’s mission is to democratize public art by traveling with these installations in order to increase their influence all over the world.
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Our mission is to democratize public art by traveling with these installations in order to increase their influence all over the world by transforming public spaces into must-see destinations!
Recognized as an international leader in its field, Creos acts as an active liaison between managers, developers, creators, and distributors of public art around the world.
Creos offers a diverse portfolio of installations tailored to venues, offering visitors a unique and memorable sensory and interactive experience.
The Creos effect
- A diversified portfolio of participatory touring installations offering unique experiences
- Over 275 projects worldwide
- Installations having traveled in 90 cities, 13 countries, 4 continents
- More than 7,000 days of one-of-a-kind experiences in public spaces
- Positive economic and social outcomes for all stakeholders
- An unrivalled turnkey service that ensures our clients’ peace of mind