Since 1954 IVC has been supplying the retail industry with visual solutions that help brands communicate their message. We are the experts in creating the next level of retail environments with high tech digital solutions, shopper marketing insights and solid manufacturing knowhow. We have the finger on the pulse of the retail industry. Store environments should be exciting, inventive and engaging. IVC serves top leading brands in the world with the same promise: to offer the utmost quality, service and value to each of its customers. have a look at some of our more recent projects as reported in the press:



QUO teams up with IVC to create a fresh new wall display that is now installed in over 1500 stores across Canada.


Welcome to the Thyme store of the future at Toronto’s Yorkdale Shopping Centre, a digitally savvy outlet and the kind of store that retailers increasingly need to invest in to keep customers coming back in an era of burgeoning online business. It features iPads that are mounted on the walls and placed at a “Bump Bar” where consumers can settle onto a stool and peruse online content as well as purchase more Thyme goods.


Biotherm Tester Bar | International Visual Corp. | Posted March 28, 2014

An example of the company’s custom services, this Biotherm tester bar showcases the entire Biotherm 2013 skincare line and incorporates LED panels to highlight products, lifestyle images and categories.


Sport Chek opened its flagship Toronto store at Square One on Thursday, signaling an aggressive brick-and-mortar expansion — but with a strong digital twist. The 75,000-square-foot retail outlet, along with a new 50,000-square- foot store at Yorkdale, marks a renewed attempt to weave e-commerce, in-store sales and touchscreen tech in a fashion as seamless as its Lycra sportswear.


Astral Out-of-Home, a division of Bell Media, will, in November, 2015, launch TSA Interactive, an innovative new advertising opportunity whereby an interactive screen will be part of a regular static poster advertisement featured in transit shelters.


The luxury automaker has locked up exclusive advertising rights on Astral’s so-called “Grand Central Wall” at Vancouver International Airport (YVR) for the next year.


New network provides access to 29 million people annually through three locations