Xn Quebec formalises a partnership with the National BankPublished on May 29, 2018
Montreal, May 29, 2018 – Xn Quebec, the Digital experiences producers association, is proud to officially launch its partnership with the National Bank. This agreement is intended for the members of the Association and includes a financial component (financial support in the form of sponsorships for the activities of the organisation) and a participative component (the participation of the Bank in workshops and events in order to share its recognised expertise as a financial partner of the entertainment industry that serves the companies of the sector).
“I’m proud to see that a solid partner like the National Bank sees all the potential of our industry and has decided to get involved in order to support its development”, says Jenny Thibault, General Manager of Xn Québec. “With this agreement, the National Bank will allow us to improve the services we offer to the members of the association and thus increase the value of the organisation.”
“The digital industry is a sector on the rise, which contributes to the economic growth of the province and to bringing local talents to the international stage. The National Bank is already a leading partner of the film and television industries. We strongly believe that we can also successfully accompany digital experience producers, and we will make all the dynamism of the National Bank available to them”, says Brigitte LeBlanc, Associate Vice President, Film and Television Group, National Bank.
In effect immediately, this agreement makes the National Bank an ideal partner for Xn Quebec. It will allow the members of Xn Quebec to have access to relevant resources and contents, as well as services and advice adapted to the business reality of the players of the digital industry and their teams.
To inaugurate this new partnership, the next event of the Xn Tour will take place at the National Bank on Tuesday, June 19 under the theme “Everything you always wanted to know about tax credits but were afraid to ask”! Digital producers will have the chance to learn more about the different types of tax credits and their financing, in collaboration with Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton.