TRIOTECH, leading creator of interactive and immersive attractions, has appointed Charles Sirois to its Board of Directors.
The announcement comes at a time when the company is enjoying significant international growth.
Ernest Yale, TRIOTECH's founder and CEO, described Sirois as a pioneer of Quebec's economic development:
“As we are growing rapidly and developing new markets world-wide, it is a privilege to see an entrepreneur of Mr. Sirois' calibre join our board at this time.
“With extensive experience with high growth situations, he is in a position to make an important contribution to TRIOTECH."
A member of the Order of Canada and a designated Knight of the National Order of Quebec, Sirois made his name in telecoms, serving as President and CEO of both BCE Mobile and Teleglobe.
He founded Telesystem International Wireless and Microcell Telecommunications and was on the Board of the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce (CIBC) from 1997 to 2015, and served as its Chairman from 2009 to 2015.
"I am proud to join such a dynamic company, known worldwide for its creativity and technological innovation, ” commented Sirois. “In recent years, TRIOTECH gained an international reputation with the leading global entertainment groups, which puts it in an ideal position to experience further growth in world-wide markets.”
Founded in 1999, TRIOTECH’s products feature in over 50 countries across the globe. Over 16 million people are predicted to enjoy a TRIOTECH experience in 2016.