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.
NetEase, one of China’s leading internet and online game services providers, has launched a new video games studio in Montréal. NetEase plans to hire local and international talent for this R&D-focused studio in North America.
Pole To Win International announces rapid growth over the past decade, evidenced by the upcoming opening of its Montréal office
The mobile payment and commerce solutions giant from India plans to create 60 specialized jobs in Montréal over the next three years.
Life sciences and health technology innovation hub takes shape in Montréal with the construction of a new innovation and commercialization complex
This latest investment of growth capital will allow AlayaCare to focus on research and development to optimize its technology for the needs of any client.
The company from San Francisco, that delivers secure, high-quality training data for AI technologies, announces the establishment of its new office in Montréal and plans to employ 20 experts in AI, deep learning and engineering.
French firm Derichebourg Atis aéronautique announces the creation of a Canadian subsidiary in Montréal to be closer to the city’s aerospace ecosystem and to consolidate its North American operations.