Wherever he goes, Martin Enault pushes the boundaries. Whether it is the world-first introduction, by the company Intellitix which he cofounded and led, of RFID chips as a method of access control and payment during major events. Or his key role as Chief Operating Officer of Felix & Paul Studios (an immersive entertainment studio awarded an EMMY®, where he notably collaborated on the world’s first virtual reality capture project in the International Space Station), as well as C2 Montreal and C2 International (of which he was also CEO Asia-Pacific). Or even his public speaking, for more than a decade, about the bipolarity, depression and anxiety that are part of his life and his career. Martin Enault’s operational and human capacities allow him to go straight to the source of the challenges, innovate, scale and achieve results.
He has collaborated with companies such as Michelin, Google, Microsoft and AVIXA ; such figures as Chelsea Clinton, James Cameron, Richard Branson, Snoop Dogg, Yuval Harari and Steve Wozniak ; government leaders of the United Arab Emirates and Qatar ; as well as with events such as Coachella, Bonnaroo, Tomorrowland, Lollapalooza and the Quebec City Summer Festival. His personal and structural advice, ranging from the big picture to the finer details, is appreciated by many leaders who want to optimize their organizations while keeping people at the center of their strategy.
Martin Enault is Entrepreneur in residence at the Centech powered by the Montreal Superior Technology School and Entrepreneur-Trainer at the Beauce School of Entrepreneurship. He is Chairman of the Board of the mental health organization Relief.