In other words — we’re really good at using big pictures to build your business.
Motive has been transforming businesses with images for over 15 years. We know what works on the road, on a building, on a wall or window and we have the experience to make it happen smoothly. From ideas to installation, we’re your big image partner.
Kathy’s vision for her company is all about good design, outstanding customer service and providing a creative custom solution for every client. Kathy’s passion for design and hard work transcend both her professional and personal life. more
Holly’s great people skills have come from a Communications Degree from the University of Ottawa, extensive travel throughout Europe and Australia and several years’ experience in the travel business where she won Rookie Salesperson of the Year for Eastern Canada with Flight Centre. more
Randy’s been in the biz for over 20 years and knows every detail about materials and how to make them work. Randy’s favourite install was transforming the interiors of cafeteria at a drilling site in Fort McMurray, Alberta — in winter! When he’s not overseeing truck wraps, signs or murals Randy’s a volunteer fire-fighter or hockey coach. Take note that he can always be bribed with bacon.
Jess has been part of Motive for 8 years and is basically the oil in a well oiled machine. She oversees production like a skilled juggler and still manages to make every customer feel like they are the only one. Her expertise outside Motive is as as stone baked pizza artist (and eater!)
Kate’s creative eye is natural and her degree in film makes her design role at Motive a great fit . She also has Canadian Professional Sales Association certification and is known in the office for her ability to nail the vision right away. Outside Motive, Kate’s passion is horses. She is a competitive equestrian and also works to retrain failed thoroughbred race horses to have new careers as show horses.
When we say Motive is a secure facility – we truly mean it. Every person entering our building is inspected and require to pass a test. An ear scratch usually does the trick.
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