The arrival of WFX confirms, if necessary, that the Pole is very attractive. The Belgian subsidiary of the French group Mikros , WFX, has the wind in its sails and a very full order book. One of the key elements for their arrival was exactly that an extremely precise timing had to be guaranteed in order not to destabilise their planning.
A few examples? WFX will do the special effects on Largo Winch 2, a European blockbuster with a €30,000,000 budget, to be released on 18 February 2011. No time to waste, in other words… The work will start before the move and will be finished in their new space. From October on, WFX will also set up a training course for about thirty students with Technifutur while Memnon will start its work on digitalising archives for Sonuma, from the end of November on. This prestigious task, won after the first call for bids in a long series, is worth several millions of Euros. Given how competitive this market is, promises and deadlines must be respected to the letter.
After Wallimage Entreprises took a share in its capital, here is a second decisive moment for the Liège-based Pôle Image during this capital Autumn season.