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Solotech goes big in Nashville

Nashville, TN, May 17, 2022 – Earmarking the extraordinary growth that Solotech has experienced in recent years, the company has announced the opening of its massive new facility in Nashville, Tennessee.

Covering more than 120,000 square feet of space, Solotech’s new Nashville facility is a powerful picture of what the company has become, and a clear indication of where it’s headed. The global leader in AV and entertainment technology has been expanding, not only in its long-time role as a powerhouse in live production, but also as a Top 10 AV system integrator in North America across the Corporate, Worship, and Transportation sectors.

Recent notable projects in the region include the expansion of Nashville International Airport, as well as new sound, lighting, and video in several of the city’s iconic Broadway honky tonks, several major corporate headquarters, and a number of large houses of worship. And of course, Solotech continues to be a major player in the touring circuit, including current sojourns with Kenny Chesney and Carrie Underwood.

The new Nashville facility is stocked with more gear than ever, offering a comprehensive array of brands and technologies to suit virtually every demand and rider. In addition, the building offers on-site rehearsal facilities and full stage setup, providing artists and production crew the opportunity to test out touring systems under real-world conditions. Solotech’s new facility also offers a new, state-of-the-art Pre-Production Visual Mapping, enabling clients to visually design and stage their new setup or facility. And the Nashville digs also house a complete fabrication department, making it easier than ever to fill all aspects of designing and creating systems for their ever-growing range of clients and projects.

As Lee Moro, Solotech’s VP of Operations, Live Productions, observes, versatility and a comprehensive offering are some of the company’s strengths. “We can be working on the Airport, and then go out on Tour with Michael Bublé. That shows the diversity of the company. That’s what we’re all about.”

Michael Casey, Solotech Business Development Representative, agrees. “On the integration side, we have the ability to build our projects in our own shop. On the live side, we can bring artists into the shop and have their rehearsals here, in our spaces, with the equipment they’re going to have out on tour.”

“We’re always pushing the limits,” Moro concludes, pointing to the Solotech team as an indispensable part of the company’s success. “If you ask people to go above and beyond, the only way they’re going to do that is if they’re happy. You have to like where you’re working. I think we’ve created something pretty special here with an incredible team of passionate and seasoned professionals. Moreover, if you want to be part of the big Solotech family, now is the time, we’re currently looking to expand our pool of talents!”

Take a quick tour of the brand-new Solotech office in Nashville: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kdFMGPr6uNg

 

About Solotech

Founded over 45 years ago, Solotech is a world leader in audiovisual and entertainment technology with 18 strategic locations in Canada, the United States, the United Kingdom, and China. Thanks to an inventory encompassing over 300 renowned manufacturers, Solotech is the single source for audio, video, lighting, rigging, soft goods, control, and collaboration solutions and services. The company is internationally recognized for its expertise in Live Productions and Systems Integration in various markets, namely music, sports, business, culture, and education. Clients can also benefit from its Service Center, Online Store, and virtual technology know-how. Solotech is fully supported by three major shareholders: Claridge, Desjardins Capital and Investissement Québec. The company employs 1,360 professionals in its offices located in Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Nashville, Miami, Orlando, Pensacola, London, Birmingham, Manchester, Calgary, Toronto, Montreal, Ottawa, Quebec City, Saguenay, Halifax, Macau, and Hong Kon.

Find out more at www.solotech.com

Contact
Elizabeth Mclead
Director, Marketing and Communications
elizabeth.mclead@solotech.com

5 minutes with… Phil Goldsworthy, UK Head of Systems Integration

Solotech introduces the talent behind its unparalleled world-renowned expertise.

We sat down with Phil Goldsworthy, UK Head of Systems Integration, who counts over 19 years of experience working for Solotech’s UK companies. During this time, he has been involved in exciting projects in the world of festivals, theme parks, attractions, and in the house of worship market.

Q: Phil, how long have you been with Wigwam, SSE Audio, and Solotech?

PG: I started at my full-time job with Wigwam back in January of 2003, so it’s been 19 years! I was working with Wigwam for nearly nine years as part of SSE Audio and have worked for just over three years with Solotech.

Q: Give us a quick look into your background.

PG: I have always been involved in music, first when I was playing in a band at the local Church. I quickly started taking an interest in gear and what was happening behind the consoles, so I moved into setting up the PA and mixing. This began when I was studying Live Performance Technology at Derby University and started working for Wigwam during holiday breaks, and in the summer for festival work. My early years as a full-timer at Wigwam were spent prepping gigs or working on-site. After a few years, I moved into the sales department.

Q: What is the best thing about your job?

PG: My role has changed and evolved quite a bit over the 18 years, but now as a leader of a department, I love the opportunity to work with so many different talented people. I really like the Jack Welch quote: “When you were made a leader you weren’t given a crown, you were given the responsibility to bring out the best in others.” Working with my team and ensuring we all develop both individually and as a team is my favourite part.

Q: What projects have you enjoyed working on the most over the years?

PG: From a Live Productions perspective, I used to love the variety of gigs we did from working at the New Wine Festival to mixing monitors for jazz legend Herbie Hancock. The Grand in Clitheroe was a special installation project, as it was the first live music venue in Europe to have both a high-end live music venue and a recording studio linked together. York Minster was also a great cathedral project to work on due to the technology that was integrated successfully into a very important, historic building with absolute sympathy to the heritage and architecture of the space.

Q: What makes Solotech different as an employer?

PG: For me, it’s all about the culture and the working environment that is created by all the great people who work here. Many organisations will talk about culture, but very few deliberately set out to create or change one so that it is collaborative. This is where I believe Solotech is very different. It makes recruitment an exciting challenge because I am trying to find people that fit from both a cultural perspective as well as have the necessary skill sets.

Progression is at the heart of great work culture. The most important thing to remember is that we need to work at a high level and always improve from show to show and project to project. This is also when having excellent co-workers pushes you because they are always helping you further the limits of the technology by finding the best ways to create a seamless and immersive experience for the people who are using the spaces.

Work is a big part of your life, so you want to work alongside good people in a fun and friendly environment.

Q: What is the most memorable experience you have had while working here?

PG: Well, I was once following the MD to an installation in my car, when a car pulled out in from of him. I stopped, but he stopped quicker, and I ended up smashing into the back of his car… Oops! I’ve still not lived that one down!! Sorry Mick.

Benoit Fortin and Maxime Perreault join the Montreal Sales and Systems Integration team

Mr. Frederic Senay, Sales Director of our Montreal office, is pleased to announce two important additions to his expert Business Development team with unparalleled knowhow: Benoit Fortin and Maxime Perreault.

With 25 years of experience in the office solutions industry, Mr. Benoit Fortin becomes the very first business developer in Solotech’s history to be exclusively dedicated to service plans.

Mr. Fortin joined the Montreal office in November 2021. Since his arrival, he has reviewed all the service plans Solotech has to offer, to carry out a global restructuring. He will also be called upon to share his expertise with all Solotech offices.

“Benoit will become a true ambassador for the service department,” said Frederic Senay. “We are very happy to count on his great expertise in that field.”

For his part, Maxime Perreault has joined a team of dynamic, young salespeople, who will solidify Solotech’s position as a leader in the Montreal market.

Mr. Perreault has ten years of experience in the industry, both on the side of integrators and distributors. He is recognized for his market knowledge, his passion for AV, and his teamwork qualities. “Maxime has immense talent. I am thrilled to be able to support him in this new stage of his career,” said Frederic Senay.

“Including our colleagues from CBCI, a Solotech company, our sales team will have impressive and enviable strength in the Greater Montreal Area. We aspire to great things very soon.”

Contact

Roch Carignan
Advisor, Social Media and Digital Content
roch.carignan@solotech.com

Charles Brito appointed Sales Director, Ottawa and Maritimes

Eric Thibault, Senior Sales Director, Sales and Systems Integration Division, Solotech, is pleased to announce the appointment of Charles Brito as Sales Director of the company’s Ottawa and Maritimes markets.

As a natural leader and expert in his field, Mr. Brito is a prime addition to Solotech’s management team. He will be responsible for the leadership of the sales teams to optimize Solotech’s business position in the federal government and corporate markets, as well as developing two strong markets in the Ottawa area: crown corporations, and museums. Outside of Ottawa, Mr. Brito will also be responsible for developing new business opportunities in our recently added territory: the Maritimes.    

With over 28 years of extensive experience in the AV and related industries, including the last five as Senior Account Manager at CBCI, Mr. Brito had the chance to collaborate with the best in his field around North America. During that time, he has led, designed, programmed, or installed more than 500 projects, which allowed him to master both technical and creative aspects of multimedia integration. His deep understanding of Federal Government clients and procurement makes him the perfect person to lead Solotech’s sales team in the nation’s capital.   

As Canada’s prime integrator, Solotech is proud to add Mr. Brito’s experience to its pool of seasoned professionals, reinforcing its positioning as the sole Canadian company listed in 2021’s  Systems Contractor News’ Top 50 Systems Integrators

Contact

Roch Carignan
Advisor, Social Media and Digital Content
roch.carignan@solotech.com

Yasser Abdelkader appointed Sales Director, Toronto

Toronto, Ontario, April 12, 2022 – Philip Giffard, Global President, Sales and Systems Integration Division, Solotech, is pleased to announce the appointment of Yasser Abdelkader as Sales Director of the company’s Toronto office. 

As a strategic-thinking and driven professional, Mr. Abdelkader will be responsible for the leadership of the sales teams to optimize Solotech’s business position, revenues and market share. He will oversee the development of existing accounts and new business opportunities while ensuring a solid diversification strategy to continue supporting activities in fast-growing market segments. 

 With 12 years of experience, including six years as Major Accounts Manager at CBCI (a Canadian leader in audiovisual communication services acquired by Solotech), Abdelkader is known for establishing strong relationships with customers, sales teams and key stakeholders to drive successful business outcomes. Previously, he worked at Meeting Zone, which provides a full range of Cisco Webex collaboration tools and services, as an International Operations Manager, in the United Kingdom and Canada.  

 Mr. Abdelkader holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of Toronto in Business Management and Communications Information Technology and numerous technological certifications. His in-depth knowledge of the business, vast expertise in systems integration, and leadership and management skills are key assets to the company.  

 As Canada’s prime integrator, Solotech is proud to add Abdelkader’s talent to its pool of seasoned professionals, reinforcing its positioning as the only Canadian company on the 2021 list of Systems Contractor News’ Top 50 Systems Integrators.   

 

 About Solotech 

 Founded 45 years ago, Solotech is a world leader in audiovisual and entertainment technology with 18 strategic locations in Canada, the United States, the United Kingdom and China. Thanks to an inventory encompassing over 300 renowned manufacturers, Solotech is the single source for audio, video, lighting, rigging, soft goods, control and collaboration solutions and services. The company is internationally recognized for its expertise in Live Productions and Systems Integration in various markets, namely music, sports, business, culture and education. Clients can also benefit from its Service Center, Online Store and virtual technology know-how. Solotech is fully supported by three major shareholders: Claridge, Desjardins Capital and Investissement Québec. The company employs 1,360 professionals in its offices located in Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Nashville, Miami, Orlando, Pensacola, London, Birmingham, Manchester, Calgary, Toronto, Montreal, Ottawa, Quebec City, Saguenay, Halifax, Macau and Hong Kong.  

 Find out more at: solotech.com 

 

Contact 

Héloïse Meunier
Corporate Communications Advisor
media@solotech.com 

 

5 minutes with… Allison Mutton, Senior Business Developer and Theme Parks Global Market Leader

Solotech introduces the talent behind its unparalleled world-renowned expertise.  

We sat down with Allison Mutton Senior Business Developer and Theme Parks Global Market Leader.  

Summary of our chat with Allison, who joined Solotech in June of 2021.  

Q: What does a day in your life at Solotech look like? 

AM: It can be quite a mix…I spend time visiting potential and established customers, preparing quotations, following up on existing orders, planning product demonstrations for company/client events, researching different geographical and client markets to pursue new business, work with our integration team on installation projects. 

Q: What roads did you take to get to Solotech? 

AM: I started in the business on the manufacturing side in Fort Wayne, Indiana. I held a few different marketing and sales positions while I was there, one being for me to get the theme parks to incorporate specific products into their parks. Spending so much time in warmer climates prompted my move to Florida. Since being in Orlando, I have held sales and management positions with a few companies before starting with Solotech. 

Q: When you were growing up, what did you want to be? 

AM: I wanted to be a TV broadcaster! 

Q: What is the best part about your job? 

AM: I love getting to know my customers and vendors! Many of them have become good friends outside of the work environment. 

Q: What has been your favorite project to work on since starting with Solotech? 

AM: It is hard to pinpoint just one, but since I love theme parks, it is always fun to know that we had something to do with several major rides and venues at various parks around the US. 

Q: What sets Solotech apart from our competitors? 

AM: Our sales and project & installation staff are top-notch. Even though Solotech is a global company, we treat every customer, large or small, like they are our only customer. Because we are able to offer sales, design, installation, integration, and service of lighting, audio, and video, it allows us to provide for all aspects of a project. 

Q: What excites you most about the evolving tech in your division? 

AM: There is always something new to learn…new product development and offerings seem to change on a daily basis. 

Q: Do you have any unusual/crazy work-related stories? 

AM: When I was in grade school, my family took a vacation to one of the Orlando theme parks. I told my parents that when I grew up, I was going to work there! I never ended up specifically working at a theme park, but little did they know that my career would allow me to work with several theme parks on various projects! 

Q: Since we are a global company, where is your favorite place to travel? 

AM: My favorite place is the Caribbean! 

Q: What is your favorite food? 

AM: Thin-crust pizza! 

5 minutes with… Wade Russell, Sales Director and House of Worship Global Market Leader

Solotech introduces the talent behind its unparalleled world-renowned expertise. 

We sat down with Wade Russell, Sales Director in our Nashville office for the Sales and Systems Integration Division, and House of Worship Global Market Leader at Solotech.  

Summary of our chat with Wade, who joined Solotech in March of 2021, when Solotech acquired Morris and InteRise in Nashville. 

 

Q: Wade, what roads did you take to get to Solotech? Give us some background about you! 

WR: I started my career working in local churches: Bell Shoals Church in Brandon, FL, The Crossing Church in Tampa, FL, and The Church at Rock Creek in Little Rock, AR.  

I served in the Church tech world for about 10 years, and then in 2010, I started with a company in Memphis, TN. I was there for five and a half years and started working with Morris Integration/InteRise in January of 2016. Morris/InteRise were acquired by Solotech in March of 2021. 

Q: What does any given day look like for you? 

WR: Any given day I will be doing market research for House of Worship, touching base with clients for current and future projects, helping my sales team with presentations or our approach on handling sales. I maintain relationships with vendors, troubleshoot project complications and discuss ideas with the design team. Lots of meetings for future planning and development! And always have room to help the marketing team with pics of recent jobs that my team has taken onsite. 

Q: When you were growing up, what did you want to be? 

WR: Funny enough, when I was growing up, I wanted to be a Technical Director at a large Church. I achieved that at the age of 20 and decided I needed to have a loftier goal. Since then, I have pursued my passion for tech and ministry by continually improving my knowledge of the industry. 

Q: What is the best part about your job? 

WR: I would say the best part is seeing the ideas and a group of gifted people come together and on the opening day of the project, being able to look at our work and know that we have achieved something greater than we could ever do by ourselves. 

Q: What has been your favorite project to work on since starting with Solotech? 

WR: Central Baptist Church in Jonesboro, AR was completed in the fall of 2021 and was a project that I started the discussion with the client about 8 years ago. It was great to finally see the dreams, ideas, designs, hard work, and programming all come together to serve the ministry of the Church. 

Q: What sets Solotech apart from our competitors? 

WR: We can supply installation and production rental at the highest scale. We have competitive pricing and a huge resource of industry experts. 

Q: What is something not everyone knows about Solotech that we should talk more about? 

WR: Solotech has now done the two largest House of Worship d&b soundscape systems (Pinelake and Healing Place Church) in the United States. Immersive audio and our experience with it are on the front line of technology. We also are the first integrator to use soundscape for a Choir monitor solution. 

 

And because Wade is a much-appreciated colleague, a member of his team had kind words about him: “Wade really cares about his team and helping them be successful. On several occasions, he has gone out of his way to help me work through issues I have had during my tenure at Solotech. Through multiple transitions in our company, he has maintained a great attitude and created a positive environment for our team. Wade is the perfect example of a great leader.”  Michael Casey, Business Development Representative. 

You think you know Solotech? Think again!

The past year has been a source of renewal for Solotech. In addition to making four acquisitions, the global leader in audiovisual and entertainment technology diversified and expanded its service offering by adding new technologies and solutions.

The year 2022 is very promising for Solotech with the return of Live Productions activities and the continued growth of its Sales and Systems Integration and Media and Entertainment Technology Divisions.

Discover Solotech’s rich services and solutions offering, provided, as always, with the same passion at the heart of Solotech’s success for now over 45 years.

See the video here:

 

Bryce Jewell appointed Managing Director UK

Bryce Jewell appointed Managing Director, UK

A major milestone towards a European expansion and diversification of activities

 

London, December 20, 2021 – Martin Tremblay, President and CEO of Group Solotech, is proud to announce the appointment of Bryce Jewell as Managing Director UK, as of December 15, 2021. Mr Jewell will be responsible for driving the overall business strategy for Solotech in the United Kingdom, both for the Live Productions and the Sales and Systems Integration Divisions.

“This appointment is the symbol of a new major milestone for Solotech’s expansion in the UK and Europe, and a true testimonial of our intention to continue investing in our people, our technology, our operational structure and our brand”, says Tremblay. “We are in it for the long run, and are definitely looking to build a strong, UK-based operation with–in addition to the audio heritage from SSE Audio, Wigwam Acoustics, Capital Sound and BCS Audio–other key services and technology that set Solotech apart and make it absolutely unique on the global market”, he adds.

He is a seasoned business leader with over 20 years of experience within the technology sector spanning the UK, US, Norway, and Australia. Previously, Mr Jewell successfully led the turnaround of the UK and US Enterprise businesses as Managing Director at Global Cloud Xchange who operates the world’s largest privately-owned subsea cable system. Prior to Global Cloud Xchange, he served as Director, Sales Europe at Pacnet, where he achieved President’s Club honours in his first year and continued to excel for 4 consecutive years. His broad experience in engineering, sourcing, product, sales, and management has set him apart in being able to articulate business strategies into concrete action plans that lead to revenue growth and client success and retention.

Supported by a strong, experienced, and passionate UK-based leadership Team in both Divisions, and corporate services (finance, HR, marketing, etc.), Bryce Jewell will pursue the amazing growth journey of Solotech UK and its UK Companies for the years to come. “We are absolutely thrilled and proud to welcome Bryce as part of our Leadership Team. His knowledge of business management and technology background will be a major game changer for the diversification of our business activities in the UK and in all of Europe for the years to come,” concludes Tremblay.

 

 

About Solotech

Founded over 40 years ago, Solotech is a world leader in audiovisual and entertainment technology with 18 strategic locations in Canada, the United States, the United Kingdom and China. Thanks to an inventory encompassing over 300 renowned manufacturers, Solotech is the single source for audio, video, lighting, rigging, soft goods, control and collaboration solutions and services. The company is internationally recognized for its expertise in Live Productions and Systems Integration in various markets, namely music, sports, business, culture and education. Clients can also benefit from its Service Center, Online Store and virtual technology know-how. Solotech is fully supported by three major shareholders: Claridge, Desjardins Capital and Investissement Québec. The company employs 1,360 professionals in its offices located in Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Nashville, Miami, Orlando, Pensacola, London, Birmingham, Manchester, Calgary, Toronto, Montreal, Ottawa, Quebec City, Saguenay, Halifax, Macau and Hong Kong.

Find out more at: solotech.com

 

Contact – Solotech PR (Canada)

Heloise Meunier, Corporate Communications Advisor

media@solotech.com

 

Contact – Solotech PR (UK)

Andrew Low, Director of Marketing and Communications, UK

andrew.low@solotech.com

 

For further information about Solotech in the UK

https://www.solotech.com/united-kingdom

www.sseaudio.com

www.wigwam.co.uk

www.capital-sound.co.uk

www.bcsaudio.com

Nico Labbe interview with Solotech

5 minutes with… Nico Labbé, lighting expert

Solotech introduces the talent behind its unparalleled world-renowned expertise.

We sat down with Nicolas ‘’Nico’’ Labbé, Senior Technical Specialist, who joined Solotech in the fall of 2021.   

Summary of an enriching interview with the stage lighting expert who traveled the world for over 35 years alongside the most prominent French-speaking music artists.   

Q: Nico, first, thank you for accepting our invitation. Here’s an easy start: Who is Nico Labbé?  

NL: Nico Labbé is always thrilled. I have memories of when I was 13 or 14 years old. I would go to bed at night, listening to Genesis and doing light shows on my bedroom ceiling with flashlights. 

At 16 or 17 years old, I studied for a year the technical side of theatre at CEGEP Lionel-Groulx in Montreal. After, I immediately went to Toronto and did my first major tour with Platinum Blonde.  

From there, I went back to Montreal and I started as Yves Aucoin’s assistant. Yves is a recognized lighting designer in our community. Since Yves was always in high demand, he moved from one project to another, so I took over some of his tours. This is how I came to work as a lighting designer with amazing Quebec music artists, such as Richard Séguin, Roch Voisine, Garou, and many others. After working with Garou, Yves worked with Céline Dion. I’ve worked with Garou for quite some time, but I won’t take over with Céline (laughter)! That’s my journey. I must have been born under a lucky star! 

Q: What are the most significant projects you’ve worked on? 

NL: I worked with legends. I spent no less than 15 years working worldwide with the late great Charles Aznavour. I’ve also worked with Mister Gilles Vigneault (Editor’s note: Gilles Vigneault is a poet, singer-songwriter, and integral part of Quebec’s musical landscape). It’s been huge. 

I had the chance to work with Lara Fabian for several years. I will never forget the show we did for 22 guests in President Vladimir Putin’s private salon in Moscow, Russia. That was quite special! 

Q: What have you been doing since you joined Solotech? 

NL: Many things (laughter)! My boss Jerome Dussault tells me that I’m an ambassador for Solotech. After 38 years in the business, I’ve got quite a lot of connections all over the place. I can work on new products that we want to test or buy. I’m looking at the artistic and creative side of the latest gear. I also take care of many smaller projects involving sales representatives and clients/lighting designers. I try to facilitate their work.  

Q: What brought you to Solotech after so many years on the road? 

I’m almost 55 years old. I did my share of touring, and I wanted a little change. We won’t sugarcoat it: going on tour is not what it used to be. Back in the days, we were on the road two, three weeks in a row, in Gaspésie, or Côte-Nord. Now, you make round trips Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays. Now, you can consider yourself lucky when you’re working on a Tuesday. It’s not how it used to be.  

Working at Solotech allows me to stay up to date in the business, and the tools that I have here are incredible. I have resources for everything! 

It’s an excellent way to complete the picture.  

Q: What do you see in the future for the business, and what are its biggest challenges?  

NL: I think that we will continue to evolve, technology-wise. When you look at the market’s latest products, it seems they become outdated after only six months.  

As far as challenges, we need to listen to each other more. We’ve seen it with the pandemic; we are working in a fragile industry, a privileged job, meaning that it’s the first thing people can cut. We need to find a balance. Everybody needs live entertainment, to laugh, dance, etc. We need to stabilize everything. 

Q: How can Solotech adapt and help its clients through this new reality?  

NL: It started already: we need to implement a personalized, customer-centric approach. We must not create a working structure, but provide a structure that is adapted to each client. Each client is different. There is a wish to humanize a big company like Solotech. We need that, after all that we’ve been through. It’s the foundation of our business. We can do business with numbers, but with our hearts as well. We can take this human approach. Each client is equally important; it’s as simple as that.  

Solotech breaks into the top 10 of SCN’s top 50 systems integrators list

Solotech ranks 9th on Systems Contractor News Top 50 most important AV systems integrators on the market. 

Montreal, Canada, November 30, 2021 – After another uncommon year, Solotech is proud to maintain its ninth position in Systems Contractor News’ Top 50 systems integrators 

At the same time, Solotech confirms its place as Canada’s prime integrator, being the only Canadian company to make it on to the list. The acquisition of CBCI, a Solotech company, in May 2021, has further strengthened Solotech’s expertise in systems integration from coast to coast.  

‘’This recognition is the result of the hard work of our team of experts’’, said Philip Giffard, Global President, Sales & Systems Integration Division. ‘’We have kept our place of choice in the market thanks to our strategic approach based on diversification and a wider geographic footprint. Our employees’ innovation and passion remain at the heart of our success, despite the many challenges they had to overcome. I am very proud of them.’’  

For the second year in a row, SCN’s ranking, a great recognition in the AV industry, is based on the annual average revenue from 2019 to 2021 rather than the previous year’s revenue. Thus, SCN wishes to celebrate the success of companies that met the new challenges brought about by the pandemic. 

 

Contact

Roch Carignan
Communications and Marketing Advisor
media@solotech.com

CBCI, A Solotech company, is now open for business in Halifax

A seventh Canadian strategic location to better serve customers from coast to coast. 

 

Halifax, Canada, November 10, 2021 – Solotech’s worldwide footprint keeps getting stronger thanks to its strategic locations in numerous cities all over the world. Solotech is proud to announce that, following the acquisition of CBCI, the company has opened a new office in Halifax to take over new business opportunities and continue to offer solid expertise in many sectors, particularly for provincial and federal government agencies.  

The new office is in the heart of downtown Halifax, at 1697 Brunswick Street, Unit 4. Customers across the region looking for the latest audiovisual and videoconferencing solutions can reach an expert at 1-877-542-9333.

CBCI, A SOLOTECH COMPANY, IS NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS IN HALIFAX CBCI, UNE COMPAGNIE SOLOTECH, S’INSTALLE À HALIFAX

 Solotech is happy to count on Ryan McKinnon, Account Manager, and Éric Thibault, Sales Director, as they focus on developing new business opportunities. Currently, all activities related to this new location pertain to the Sales and Systems Integration Division.  

Solotech is thrilled to offer this additional service point to foster Solotech and CBCI’s excellence and innovation. The company now has close to 20 offices worldwide. Once more, she succeeds through a reach as a global company but with a local approach. Solotech, with CBCI, is the #1 Systems Integrator in Canada, and now with a stronger than ever Canadian presence! 

Discover all Solotech locations here. 

 

Contact

Roch Carignan
Communications and Marketing Advisor
media@solotech.com