Taking advantage of the presence in Montréal of the Movin’On World Summit on Sustainable Mobility, which drew over 5,000 participants from more than 31 countries, Investissement Québec held a number of high-level meetings with foreign companies likely to make investments in Québec in this promising field.
Led by CEO Guy LeBlanc and Vice President of International Affairs Éric Dequenne, Investissement Québec’s team made it its mission to introduce key international players to Québec’s extensive sustainable mobility ecosystem .
As the Canadian leader in smart and electric vehicles with over 650 suppliers and major players to its credit, Québec offers a number of advantages, including:
Earlier in the week, Investissement Québec also took part in the 12th Annual Southeastern United States–Canadian Provinces (SEUS-CP) Alliance Conference, hosted by Québec and attended by representatives from six American states and six Canadian provinces.
During the event, Investissement Québec Vice-President of International Affairs Éric Dequenne spoke at a panel discussion on best practices in providing financial support for smart mobility projects.
The panel addressed a range of topics including assistance to smart mobility companies, which led to thought-provoking exchanges between Marie-Hélène Cloutier (Vice President, Passenger Experience, Marketing and Sales, Keolis Canada), Catherine Gosselin (Projects Development Officer and Technology Outreach Officer, CUTRIC), and Nadia Theodore (Canada’s Consul General in Atlanta).