STRATEGEUM is proud to announce the arrival of Leonie Perron within its team. As Advisor to the CEO she will assist Simon Lafrance, who becomes CEO and Senior Partner, in addition to managing projects of the firm according to her areas of expertise. Philippe Brisson stays as Partner and becomes COO. Martin Maltais stays as Partner.
Discover Leonie’s profile.
All the STRATEGEUM team is proud of our colleague Claude Provencher, Senior Advisor and Executive Coach, who was elected to the board of directors of the Quebec Bar last week. Congratulations Claude!
Simon Lafrance, Managing Partner of STRATEGEUM, was participating, this Saturday, in the Race for childhood and youth, organized by the Foundation of the same name. It was his first event as ambassador of the organization, which supports young people with difficulties in the region where he lives. Both Simon Lafrance and STRATEGEUM continue to be very socially involved, most of the time discreetly.
To learn more about Simon Lafrance’s motivation (in French only).
Simon Lafrance, Managing Partner at STRATEGEUM, is in Nigeria this week, with other members of the firm’s team. He will first and foremost be speaker, in Lagos, on the occasion of the second edition of the Africa Political Summit organized by the Association of Political Consultants – Africa he is supporting and of which he accompanied the creation last year in Cape Town, South Africa. He will also take the opportunity of this trip to represent some of STRATEGEUM‘s clients’ interests with the Vice-President of the country, the Governor of the Province of Lagos and other authorities.
Africa Political Summit & Diamond Awards
Simon Lafrance, Managing Partner at STRATEGEUM, is currently in Medellin, Colombia. In addition to giving a conference in front of influential players following the invitation of Ruta N and Cygnal, he is meeting various potential clients.
A STRATEGEUM antenna in South America soon?
When Dominic Barton, Chris Hadfield and both the Quebec and Canada governments all agree, it must be that the recipe is working! The National Optics Institute (INO) is the subject of a portrait today by the CBC which allows to understand quickly all the impact this unique and innovative institution has on the development of advanced and disruptive technologies as well as on the businesses and economic sectors benefitting from it. STRATEGEUM wishes to salute the work of the INO, who makes us proud everyday and who can now make Quebec and all of Canada proud, but particularly its incredible team and its outgoing CEO, Jean-Yves Roy.
S’inspirer du modèle de l’Institut national d’optique, by the CBC (French only)
STRATEGEUM is proud to be a partner in the event Tribu17, which will be held from April 6-8 and will bring together 120 key leaders of Quebec’s new generation in business, top institutions, politics and civil society. Friends of the firm such as Issam Chleuh from Africa Impact Group and Steven Olikara from Millennial Action Project will be speakers following the invitation of Simon Lafrance, Managing Partner, who was part of the advisory committee of the New World Institute for this project’s first edition.
See the full list of speakers, partners and participating organizations.
Martin Maltais, Managing Partner at STRATEGEUM, is now part of a small group of graduates recognized as influential by Laval University, one of his alma mater. The university foundation’s selection committee in charge of identifying these graduates recommended him unanimously.
Publications from the university on this topic might follow.
Following his last speech in office, yesterday, and in advance of the transition that will take place on January 20th in Washington D.C., STRATEGEUM salutes Barack Obama. Not only did many members of our team work on his two presidential campaigns, but part of the innovative approach we developed, the precision tools we use and our unique network of partners also come from the “Obama era”. Of course STRATEGEUM‘s work continues in the United States… and elsewhere!
Claude Provencher, Senior Advisor and Executive Coach at STRATEGEUM, just got back from an electoral observation mission of the Organization of American States in Haiti. On this occasion he also met with the Honourable Marie-Claude Bibeau, Canada’s Minister of International Development and La Francophonie, and was able to see firsthand the local activities of SUCO, of which he is the new Chairman of the Board.