Imperial Sign Corp., based in Port Coquitlam, B.C., is the first signmaker in the province to signify its commitment to ending working poverty, by paying all its staff and contracted workers a living wage.
City Image Signs was formed in 2015 through the purchase of an existing signage manufacturing outlet in Edmonton. Since the transition, the newly acquired 35-year-old signmaking company has revamped its operations and improved its capabilities to satisfy a growing customer base on a national level.
Sign Media Canada recently spoke with Cory Byrnes, president and CEO of Letterall Signs Inc., to learn more about the shop’s signmaking process, recent projects, and its secret to supplying Winnipeg with the finest signs and vehicle graphics.
Since the pandemic started, we have seen unprecedented examples of how Canadian sign industry professionals have risen in solidarity to meet the challenge by pivoting their business to lend a helping hand to the community.
Sign Media Canada recently spoke with Daniel Rosen, owner and vice-president of Sticky Media in Montreal, to learn more about the shop’s history, signmaking process, recent projects, and how the company has earned the reputation of a trend-setting visual communication provider in North America.
Since the global pandemic started, many shops have had to shut down business, some even permanently. Sign Media Canada recently spoke with Kenneth Tschernow, owner of North Design Build in Hamilton, Ont., to learn more how the shop was able to pivot its business and supply essential items to ease the burden during these unprecedented times.
Sign Media Canada recently spoke with Megan McGregor, marketing and general manager at Fully Promoted in Peterborough, Ont., to learn more about the shop’s history, screenprinting process, recent projects, and how the team intends to keep ahead of the game in a constantly evolving and competitive landscape.
Premier Doug Ford recently visited Toronto Stamp Inc.’s Scarborough, Ont., site as part of his summer tour and acknowledged the innovation and growth achieved by the family-run business during COVID-19.
Now operating in its 67th year of business, Oil City Press Ltd., a Calgary-based company, has not only stood the test of time, but has also continued to invest in its commitment to creating continuous value across generations.