Sennheiser has opened new state-of-the-art facility in Montréal that will house operations, warehousing and marketing functions for the entire Canadian region.
The move, says Sennheiser, builds on the company's "longstanding engagement within the Canadian audio and entertainment markets and reflects the importance of the nation's rich culture and thriving arts scene." The new location will allow Sennheiser's employees to enjoy new ways of collaborative working and addressing the needs of its Canadian customers.
"We are very happy to unveil our new Canadian office, which is a testament to both the longevity and future of our commitment to this important region," says Andreas Sennheiser, co-CEO of Sennheiser. "Canada is notable for its rich culture, which flourishes most vividly here in Montréal. The city is a focal point for culture, arts and music that has truly global resonance for example, through creative companies such as Cirque du Soleil."
"With local presence in Canada for over 25 years, Sennheiser has had the privilege to serve thousands of customers nationwide in both the consumer electronics and professional audio markets," adds Daniel Sennheiser, co-CEO of Sennheiser.
Sennheiser has supported Canadian entertainers over the years, including Céline Dion, Bryan Adams, and Simple Plan, as well as major cultural events and exhibits like Cirque du Soleil, Revolution, Hockey it's in our DNA, CBC Music's Quietest.Concert.Ever, and the Osheaga Festival, among others.
"Besides an excitement for culture and music, there is a further essential value that we share with our customers in Canada - a passion for high-quality products," continues Andreas Sennheiser. "The Canadian customer has high expectations regarding quality, materials, finishing, sustainability and reliability of products, which makes this market particularly relevant to a premium brand like Sennheiser. We are therefore really pleased that the new office space offers our team here in Canada the possibility to be even closer to the market and to our customers."
Measuring 18,700 square feet spread across two floors, the office is centrally located, 10 minutes from Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport and 20 minutes from downtown Montréal. It features open workspaces, virtual collaboration rooms, and lounge spaces, reflecting a new, more modern way of working.
"We have created an environment that has many similarities to the Innovation Campus at our headquarters in Germany, with both spaces designed to foster creativity, collaboration, and to allow our employees and customers to experience the Sennheiser culture," says Daniel Sennheiser. "We look forward to many years of continued success and innovation in Canada."
Sennheiser offers a wide range of audio products for the consumer, audiophile, and professional markets, from its Momentum range of headphones, which now include a pair of true wireless earbuds, to wireless microphone technology for professional artists. The company also offers its TeamConnect conferencing solutions for enterprises.
The new Sennheiser office is located at 275, rue Kesmark, in Dollard-des-Ormeaux, Quebec. All office phone numbers and email addresses remain unchanged.
(L-r): Sennheiser's Frederick Girard, Andreas Sennheiser, Sylvie Berube, Francine Seles and Michael Lieske.