Nurun Inc.

Nurun Inc.

October 27, 2005 10:01 ET

Nurun and SAT Bring Art and Technology Together: Nurun Partners with the Society for Arts and Technology 'SAT' to Organize the Interface's' Montreal Conferences

MONTREAL, QUEBEC--(CCNMatthews - Oct. 27, 2005) - Nurun Inc. (TSX:NUR), a firm specializing in interactive communications through new technologies, announces that it sponsors, as primary partner, Interface(s) Montreal - Digital Meets Business, an event organized by SAT.

This series of nine demo-conferences on innovation in the digital interface industry - launched on October 4, and which will take place until November 29 - is the meeting place for digital interface experts. These conferences will be the opportunity for about 50 digital interface speaker-experts from sectors such as graphic design, information technologies, finance and the medical field, to exchange on common digital interfaces that can be used in all these sectors of activities.

As partner and primary sponsor of this event, Nurun provided SAT with its creative expertise to organize the launch of the event, and take part in the day-to-day activities. Nurun has indeed created and designed the Interface(s) Montreal visual identity, logo and Website, the newsletter, the email invitations, and other print material. Nurun was also responsible for the design of the SAT building's facade and SAT Event Room, which has been transformed into a larger-than-life interactive game room. Pictures of the event are available on Nurun's Website ( under Clients/Portfolio.

"Nurun is proud to partner with SAT in this unique project, promoting information technologies, meetings, and exchanges between professionals of the different industry sectors", commented Jacques-Herve Roubert, Nurun's President and Chief Executive Officer. "Nurun is recognized for its ability to combine Creation and Technology, as well as for its international presence, and this collaboration with SAT fits perfectly with the firm's values and mission."

"Nurun's contribution is strategic and reflects the interest of the different participants for horizontal networking based on the digital interfaces currently in use or being developed", stated Rene Barsalo, Director of Strategies and Networking at SAT. "Many experts from different industries are already seeing collaborative avenues that would otherwise not have been explored without Interface(s) Montreal."

The Interface(s) Montreal demo-conferences started on October 4 and will continue to take place until November 29. One conference is scheduled every Tuesday night at 5.30 pm. For more information, please visit the Interface(s) Montreal Website at or send your questions to the following e-mail address:

About Nurun Inc.

Nurun Inc. (TSX: NUR), a subsidiary of Quebecor Media Inc., is an international full-service firm specializing in interactive communications through new technologies.

In an ever-changing media landscape where people increasingly take control of their communication experiences, Nurun helps brands/organizations build and optimize long-term relationships with their customers. Nurun offers integrated services and media capabilities which include online branding, Web and new media interface design and development, technical platform implementation, data analysis, online marketing and customer relationship programs.

Since 1985, Nurun has worked with many prestigious companies and organizations such as: L'Oreal, the Groupe DANONE, Cingular Wireless, Louis Vuitton, Thales, Club Med, Pfizer, SkyTeam, Home Depot, Pleasant Holidays, Renault, Europcar,, Equifax, Telecom Italia as well as the Government of Quebec and the State of Georgia. With 550 professionals working together worldwide, Nurun has locations in Canada, the United States and in Europe. For more information, visit

About SAT

Since 1996, the Society for Arts and Technology (SAT) has been promoting transdisciplinary exchanges between the computer technologies industry and the cultural industry in support of digital sound and imaging research. The organization's expertise is recognized by industry stakeholders throughout the Metropolitan Montreal area. In 2003, SAT launched the SAT (Art&D) initiative aimed at developing network and software tools that enable artists to innovate in terms of the creation and dissemination of content within a cultural environment increasingly dominated by IP networks and market globalisation. The TOT (Territoires ouverts - Open Territories) project, initiated by SAT, reaches a national and international network of more than 40 institutions deploying leading edge innovations in telepresence and Internet audio and video broadcasting. For more information, visit

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