How does Pfizer’s Saint-Laurent plant manage to stay competitive, even within its own group? By innovating! Pfizer encourages all its employees to implement two innovative ideas a year. An interview with Luc Charette, Director of Operations Management.
Google, Microsoft and other ICT giants can count on Québec’s expertise in artificial intelligence, one of our many promising growth sectors.
As a centre of knowledge and discovery, Québec is home to the largest life-sciences cluster in Canada and one of the biggest in North America.
Always breaking new ground, Québec is the Canadian leader in advanced transportation and sustainable vehicle technologies.
The panel, organized by Investissement Québec and its partners, explored the countless applications of the use of big data and their processing by artificial intelligence.
Our Paris-based business developer, Charles Jolicoeur, will deliver an address on the Québec information and communication technology marketplace at an event organized by Héméra in Bordeaux, France, on June 11. Come meet him!
MOVIN’ON, which has been called the “Davos of mobility”, brought together thousands of participants from academia, politics and business in Montreal from May 30 to June 1.
Ten years later, 1,300 people are now working at the company’s Montréal offices, including many world-class developers, engineers and architects. The Montréal Technology and Engineering Centre has experienced steady growth since it first opened its doors in 2008.
To facilitate the studio’s arrival in Québec, the Gouvernement du Québec is providing Reel FX with assistance of over $440,000 to enable a training plan to be carried out with its 400 future employees.
See the Interview with Kyle O'Reilly, VKS Sales Manager, at the Largest Industry 4.0 Tradeshow for the Second Year in a Row. A Great Success!
Many entrepreneurs looking to set up operations in North America choose Québec. Frédéric Picard, President of Picard Technologies, is a case in point. This is his story.
Backed by Investissement Québec, PCM Innovation has acquired U.S. company Lucas Industries to strengthen its presence in the American aerospace industry.
Panache Ventures announced the launch of its first fund and initial closing of $25 million, including investments from Investissement Québec, Fonds de solidarité FTQ and Alberta Enterprise Corporation. This Canada-wide early stage venture capital fund aims to invest in over 140 startups.
Ressources Québec, a wholly owned subsidiary of Investissement Québec, is investing CDN$40 million in Hecla Mining Company, the largest primary silver producer in the U.S. In Québec, Hecla has been operating the underground gold mine Casa Beraldi since 2013.
Some 60 representatives from China’s IT industry attended a virtual reality seminar organized by Investissement Québec and the Québec government in Shanghai last January 26. Our representatives David Brulotte and Lingshi Meng where on hand to meet with them and discuss Québec's advantages.
Many of the companies that do business with the United States are currently assessing the potential impact of the NAFTA renegotiation on their activities. Some have already taken steps in preparation for what they see coming, such as Nexans' Electrical Wires Division, headed by Juan Carlos Sanchez. Here's his story.