New Home for Lumenpulse

LED lighting manufacturer Lumenpulse Inc. unveiled its new corporate headquarters in Montreal, Quebec, last month. The office debut was celebrated on the evening of Dec. 1 with an exclusive event titled the “Evolution of Light.” The guest list of more than 500 included architects, lighting designers, agents and partners, investors and members of the media, who were treated to a facility tour and a night of celebration. Entertainers guided guests through the office space, a short video traced the history and evolution of light from the Edison era to the present day, and a live jazz quartet and DJ kept the crowd entertained.

Located near Montreal's Lachine canal, the facility comprises 20,000 sq.ft. of office space and an adjoining 45,000 sq.ft. manufacturing facility where Lumenpulse fixtures and other products are made. The office space is custom-designed to reflect the Lumenpulse brand and culture, and is exclusively illuminated by Lumenpulse's own architectural LED lighting fixtures, the company said.

The move to the new headquarters allows Lumenpulse to continue its expansion. The company has more than doubled its staff and was recently named to the “Profit Hot 50,” a list of the fastest-growing Canadian companies published by the Canadian Business Network at Lumenpulse's LED products have been used in marquee venues including Vancouver's BC Place stadium, and the House of Blues in Los Angeles.

“We have experienced rapid growth as we continue to see increasing demand for our LED fixtures from around the world,” said Francois-Xavier Souvay, president, CEO and founder of Lumenpulse. “The new corporate headquarters exemplifies what Lumenpulse is all about — innovation, performance and the future evolution of light. Lumenpulse DNA runs through the building, and it positions us well to become the next architectural LED lighting global leader.”

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