It all began with a single vehicle wrap shop in Mississauga, Ont. Established in 2016, under the name “Toronto Wraptors,” the goal of the new business was to create a future for founder Stas Kravchuk’s growing family.
Stripe Art in Simcoe, Ont., is taking advantage of the burgeoning vehicle wrap market. Owner Dave Churchill and his team shared how they are leveraging this growing trend in their local community and positioning their business for future success.
Today, there are growth opportunities in the vehicle graphics industry across the market spectrum. Although the commercial market is more mature and more concentrated, it continues to grow at a high single-digit rate.
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.
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.
Rob Jeffreys’ business expanded with the advent of digital printers, and in the early 2000s, he began specializing in graphics for fleets and auto dealerships. In 2015, he merged a sign manufacturing and an embroidery company with his vehicle graphics business to form Jukasa Designs.
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