Deputy General Manager of the Association québécoise des technologies (AQT), Marc, has, throughout his career, actively participated in the development of the network of information and communications technology (ICT) companies in Quebec.
Coming from the world of telecoms Marc has pursued his career with companies of all sizes, from SMEs to very large companies. Sales, customer service and operations management are his sources of motivation and his areas of expertise. His leadership and business vision allow him to greatly contribute to the development of the companies that employ him.
Resolutely customer-oriented, over the years he has earned the respect of his customers and business partners alike. Marc thrives on challenges and likes to be challenged. His energy allows him to tackle several issues head-on.
He completed and met the objectives set for major projects, such as the one on the model of female mentoring in the technology industry, project by Status of Women Canada as well as the project “coaching for executives by executives” for the ‘Association and partly funded by the NRC. He has been a key player in the revenue growth of major AQT events in addition to being the respondent to the organization’s partners, private and non-profit organizations.
Marc has earned a spot at the President’s Club of Bell Canada 4 years in a row. Driven by a desire to make a difference and get involved in his community, he was a member of the Board of Directors of the Maison des Jeunes de St-Bruno and actively involved in achieving the objectives of their business plan. He is currently Chairman of the Board of Directors of Cœliaque Quebec.
Recognized for his professional leadership and his achievements in the associative world, he was appointed as a member of the national council of the SCDA (Canadian Society of Association Executives) and guided by his business acumen coupled with innovation, he is also involved in the organization’s strategy committee as well as a member of the treasury committee.