It seems like only yesterday Maestro Communications opened its doors in the West Island. The story begins in 1986, when Éric Léouzon was recruited by the advertising agency Médiabec for his outstanding communication and writing skills. After only two years, he was appointed French Creative Director, a position he held until 2001, when the company was sold to the international firm Publicis. Endowed with concrete professional experience and an increased creative sensitivity, he felt the call of the entrepreneurial adventure. He decided to follow his dream of building his own agency. And thus, Maestro Communications was born.
In June 2019, he sold his shares to Maurice Rinaldi, while remaining chairman of this subsidiary. He now holds the position of Director, Business Development at Agence Rinaldi, where he leads large-scale projects to their success.
Maestro Communications is 20 years of creativity, of incredible clients, of projects pushing the boundaries of innovation. Maestro Communications is meeting École Marie-Clarac’s very own Sr Jacinthe, it’s Partage-Action’s heady Salon des vins, it’s Desjardins Ouest-de-l’Île, it’s a trip to Vienne with Martin Lépine from Paragraph, it’s 19 years with GE Current, it’s Stanislas College, it’s the “Faites de l’air” program with the AQLPA. It’s a team of exceptional collaborators, and so much more.