MEDIA6 Group creates and fits retail outlets and manufactures advertising and display materials that increase point of purchase traffic, attract clients’ attention as they make their purchases and thus optimise sales.
We’re experts in POP (point-of-purchase advertising), shop fixtures and retail design. We are the only company that offers integrated, comprehensive, multi-material solutions. We can do this because our Production and Service department work closely together and share complementary expertise.
To best serve our clients we have developed a vertical integration strategy that allows us to provide turn-key solutions encompassing every stage from designing and manufacturing our products through to installing and maintaining them. MEDIA6 Group has around 800 specialised employees dedicated to serving our clients.
Acquired Delta Design Factory.
Acquired Atelier d’Art Marc Morisset.
Acquired Ateliers Normand.
Created MEDIA6 Production PLV, a high value-added location that manufactures plastic and cardboard material on a single site.
Cardboard work receives FSC and PEFC certifications.
Acquired Chinese factory specialised in top-of-the-range POP advertising and shop fixtures. Plastic and metal subsidiaries receive ISO 9001 certification.
Moved company head office to Tremblay-en-France (Paris Nord II).
MEDIA6 Asia and MEDIA6 Romania created.
Acquired Chris Craft, a company specialised in installation.
Acquired Créapakt in Prague and Créactif.
MEDIA6 entered the total retail design and fitting sector, making it the only company able to offer the full range of services from designing POP advertising to creating a retail outlet. MEDIA6 began to expand abroad, buying KIMU (producers of colour charts to support sales of hair colour products), a company based in Barcelona.
MEDIA6 listed on Euronext Paris’s Second Market.
MEDIA6 acquires more companies and triples workforce between 1990 and 1997.
Introduced metal and plastic material production.
Bernard VASSEUR founded MEDIA6, a company specialised in designing and producing cardboard POP display materials.