Trulioo has moved into a 5,000-square-foot historic Gastown office.
To put the finishing touches on the company’s rebranding efforts, the Vancouver startup is challenging local art students to create an out-of-the-box wall design, which will be displayed in the main entrance of the office. The project is to provide a creative and out-of-the-box concept for an art piece to cover the exposed brick wall at the company’s main entrance.
After the company launched its new logo, website, and product, Trulioo is inviting students to spruce up wall with a piece of art “that encapsulates the company’s mission, brand, and culture.” To help the company with its search for Vancouver’s emerging artist, Trulioo has partnered with startup, Riipen.
“We are very excited to partner up with Riipen as a chance to give fledgling student artists a chance to show off their skills and support a local startup who is doing great things,” says Tanis Jorge, co-founder of Trulioo.
Riipen is an online platform that connects students with companies via short-term, skill-specific projects that build students’ virtual portfolios.
“The project with Trulioo is another example of how the Riipen platform helps companies engage emerging talent and give students unique, real world project opportunities,” said Dave Savory, cofounder of Riipen.
Deadline to submit entries is 12pm on December 31.