HC Concepts (HC2) was established in 2003 as a small design studio with really big dreams. No we’re not referring to delusions of world domination, rather, HC2 set out to empower individual clients with extraordinary design solutions. Over the past 9 years, we’ve naturally grown our team of talented artists, programmers, marketing and new media specialists, to consistently achieve superior results by overcoming a wide range of design challenges. We primarily serve our local community in Kingston, Ontario, and we have also developed long-term relationships with clients based in Canada, throughout North America and beyond.
HC2 recognizes that all of our clients possess unique goals and as such we offer flexible services and deliver extraordinary design solutions to get the job done. We employ a collaborative, analytical approach to each project, which ensures that our clients are represented in every facet of the final product. Ultimately our success is gauged by our client’s satisfaction, and our ability to adapt and overcome new challenges. We invite you to learn more about our services, send us your questions and get the ball rolling on your next big (or small) idea.
Our mission is simple: empower clients with extraordinary design solutions. This statement reflects the enduring strategy that has guided our efforts in recent years, as well as our optimism about our future potential. Further, it challenges HC2 to evolve and accommodate the needs of our clients. As we strive to realize our mission, three core elements help guide our efforts:
- Community - make significant contributions to the surrounding community, and focus on developing local businesses and artisans. We’re proud to call Kingston, Ontario home and we do our best to help it thrive.
- Excellence - consistently achieve high standards in product quality as well as customer satisfaction. HC2 creates original, innovative design solutions that keep our clients coming back for more.
- Sustainability - nurture a positive longterm business strategy. We achieve this by refusing to commit ourselves to too many projects at once, and by making major commitments to environmental preservation.