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.
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.
Unity Technologies, the creator of the
real-time 3D platform (RT3D), expands its operations at its Pointe-Saint-Charles office, creating more than 450 jobs over the next few years.
Taking advantage of the presence in Montréal of the Movin’On World Summit on Sustainable Mobility, IQ held a number of high-level meetings with foreign companies likely to make investments in Québec in this promising field.
Recognized internationally as a leader in visual effects, the company expects to create some 100 quality jobs in the Greater Montréal area over the next two years.
On a recent mission to Washington, DC and New York City, Québec Premier François Legault paid a visit to the New York head office of Collective[i] to announce that the company would soon open a business centre in Montréal.
By 2020, the company plans to expand its engineering, sales and marketing activities, which will result in the creation of 30 jobs in the Montréal area, with an average salary of $130,000.