CASACOM expansion in Toronto: 10 years of vision, purpose and gratitude

Building a business like CASACOM starts with a vision. I remember when I founded CASACOM ten years ago all by myself, I had a very simple vision of working with people, for people. I wanted to build a business that would make a difference in the lives of others — whether they are clients or employees.  I wanted to build a company that if it disappeared, “the world” would miss something.

I believe we created something like that here, in our own special way, because our purpose goes beyond ourselves and givesus the motivation to be at our best, every day.

At CASACOM, we are only satisfied…

… when we help our clients reach their business goals,

… when our teammates grow and develop their best possible selves,

… when, in the organizations we work with, communications is seen as an accelerator of business strategy.

After all those years, as we open our new office in Toronto, I feel a lot of gratitude.

First I feel privileged to have had so many clients that have entrusted us with their most precious projects.  Thank you.

Second, I feel privileged to count on such an incredible group of people here at CASACOM, people who make us strong and relevant. I thank them for their genuine interest in their work, their commitment and passion for our clients.

Third, I feel privileged to be working with such a wonderful Managing Director for our Toronto office, Carolyn Ray. With Carolyn’s passionate leadership in Toronto, we can extend this philosophy, reinforce our unique approach to collaboration and excellence, and truly make a difference in our clients’ businesses.

And of course, none of this would be possible without our amazing friends and family, who are an important part of our community. Without all these people, none of this would be happening. People are, truly, what this all about.

So, as we celebrate 10 years of CASACOM and our new expansion to Toronto, I want to say thank you for helping me achieve my vision, for inspiring me to continue to make a difference every day.  I look forward to the next 10 years.

Marie-Josée Gagnon About the author
  • Frann Harris

    Un beau message!

    August 31, 2012 at 12:16 am
    • Marie-Josée Gagnon


      August 31, 2012 at 2:00 pm

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