Muzéo handles around 250 projects per year and 80% of those are from returning customers. It also has a track record of organic growth, of something over 20% per year. To date, we have more than 1000 corporate customers in over 20 countries, among which are luxury shops, virtually every major hotel chain and leading names in design such as Philippe Stark, Jean Philippe Nuel, Pierre-Yves Rochon, Jacques Garcia, Didier Gomez, Conrad, ARA, Yoo, and HBA among many others.
Muzéo now comprises a team of around forty employees in Paris, Geneva and London, coming from various artistic educational backgrounds such as ENSAD, ESAA Duperré, Fine Arts, Gobelins, the Ecole Boulle and the Louis Lumière Institute, as well as top business schools INSEAD, HEC, Paris-Dauphine and ESCP. They are spread across several departments: a team of graphic artists, iconographers and REGULAR set designers, a team of artwork sales consultants, an installation team, and finally a team of reproduction and art printers.
We have a team of around forty employees in Paris, Geneva and London
Muzéo has premises of over 1000 m2 in central Paris, comprising a workshop dedicated to framing, finishing and woodwork, and a print shop for small and large formats, flexible and rigid mounts, and equipped with its own UV printer and large format printers.
Most of what we produce comes under the headings of art prints, printing and framing. This know-how enables us to provide high range production of high quality. Our strength lies in the use of specialised equipment, designed to meet the requirements of an art gallery. We have incorporated frame makers, woodworkers and an implementation team within our concept to enable decorators and interior designers to turn their visions into reality with ever more artistic content.
Eric Angiboust, who comes from an economic and artistic educational background, has been president of Muzéo since 2010. As a creativ and open minded professional, he has proven able to deploy an effective business model to bring art into our everyday spaces. His background has provided him with international experience and the means of entering the world of culture. His aim now is to provide access to art and culture to the greatest number by highlighting our artistic heritage through a combination of digital techniques and traditional crafts.