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Who cares if you have an amazing new building in Silicon Valley if your customers, supply partners and people don’t like you?  With both people and buildings, beauty is only skin-deep and it’s what’s inside that counts.

During our recent Creation Technologies San Jose Grand Opening, I asked people what they thought.  Here’s a 3 minute video of what they said:

For those of you in China, please click here 在中国观看视屏短片,请点击这里 (a short commercial may precede the video)

 

I was delighted to hear our customers, supply partners and people say that we have both a phenomenal team and the best building in the valley.

For more information, please check out:

Grand Opening of Creation Technologies San Jose

We’re Expanding!  Creation Technologies – San Jose!

 

Thanks so much to our entire Creation Technologies team in California who have done such an amazing job – well done team!

Do you agree that it’s what’s inside that counts?  What do you think of the comments captured in the above video?

6 Comments to What Are People Saying About Creation Technologies San Jose? [Video]

  1. Pat Ciriacks's Gravatar Pat Ciriacks
    Aug 17, 2012 at 10:55 am | Permalink

    Awesome video that tells the Creation story through the eyes of our people and partners.

  2. Alexander Tymos's Gravatar Alexander Tymos
    Aug 17, 2012 at 12:02 pm | Permalink

    Good job Arthur. I am very proud of you and your achievements.

  3. Mary's Gravatar Mary
    Aug 17, 2012 at 2:35 pm | Permalink

    Hi Arthur,
    The San Jose BU looks great, I like the windows between the office space and manufacturing.

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