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Martin Tremblay in an exclusive interview with Le Devoir

Martin Tremblay, President and CEO of Solotech, shed light on the company’s growth and strategic vision.

Despite the challenges posed by COVID and widespread venue closures, Solotech’s revenues have soared from $100 million in 2017 to an impressive $650 million in 2023. Solotech has successfully capitalized on the digital revolution, showcasing its adaptability and resilience in the face of a global pandemic.

During the pandemic-induced slowdown, Solotech made strategic acquisitions, positioning itself as a consolidator in the global audiovisual entertainment and stage logistics sector. The company’s digital transformation, led by innovative inventory management and logistics systems inspired by artificial intelligence, has allowed for enhanced equipment utilization and efficient resale and replacement.

Tremblay emphasized Solotech’s focus on providing equipment and logistics for major international tours, delivering audiovisual production services to entertainment clients, as well as installing systems in transport, arenas and many other sectors. Moreover, Tremblay expressed his enthusiasm for returning to his roots in the gaming industry, as Solotech strives to produce comprehensive solutions for e-sports events.

To read the full article and explore Martin Tremblay’s insights, click here (French only).

Source: Le Devoir (May 12, 2023), Solotech : tournées mondiales, vidéoclips et…papier électronique




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