Press releases - Marking the grand finale of the third edition of the CATAPULTE program, Carl Viel, CEO of Quebec International, Denis Laforest, general manager of Caisse Desjardins Quebec City and the various partners are pleased to announce that the independent video game studio Polymorph Games is this year's grand prizewinner.
Press releases - As part of an international outlook event (Perspectives internationales 2017), Carl Viel, President and CEO of Québec International, and Caroline Roy, Vice-President of Léger's Quebec City office, released the results of the annual business confidence survey of CEOs in the Greater Quebec City region (Conjoncture 2017).
Press releases - Québec International would like to take this opportunity to express its solidarity with all of Quebec City's Muslim community in the wake of last night's tragic events at the local Islamic cultural centre (Centre culturel islamique de Québec).
Press releases - The CEO of Quebec International, Carl Viel, and the General Manager of Quebec City Caisse Desjardins, Denis Laforest, are proud to announce the launch of the third edition of Catapult, a unique accelerator program for independent video game studios in Quebec City. After two successful editions, Catapulte, initiated by the digital arts and interactive entertainment sub-sector (ANDI), is back in force for a third year with a new and improved format.
Press releases - The Chamber of Commerce of Metropolitan Montreal (CCMM) and Quebec International are pleased to announce the names of the 23 companies that will be taking part in the fourth edition of the SME Passport program (Passeport PME). Over the next 18 months, these companies will benefit from a comprehensive training and guidance structure overseen by the CCMM's ACCLR international trade experts and by Québec International.
Press releases - Ushering in 2017, Quebec City's Economic New Year (Rentrée Économique) will bring together a roster of renowned experts who will discuss the economic outlook and related issues for 2017. Organized by Québec International, the Quebec City Chamber of Commerce and Industry (CCIQ), the Lévis Chamber of Commerce (CCL), the Quebec Association of Economists (ASDEQ/Quebec City chapter) and the Quebec Financial Circle (CFQ), the program of activities for the seventh edition of this event will run from January 17 to February 2.
Press releases - Québec International announced a major partnership today with Industrial Alliance Financial Group (iA) following the signing of a three-year agreement that will also involve LE CAMP and LA ZONE. Under the agreement, an innovation hub will be established in Quebec City with a view to positioning the local technological ecosystem alongside the insurance and financial services industry.
Press releases - The second edition of Quebec City Digital Week (QCDW) will be held from April 1-9, 2017. This year, a number of the 17 scheduled events are geared towards the general public. QCDW is designed to showcase various high-level actors in one of Quebec City's major economic hubs, including two essential players: Web in Quebec City (WAQ) and Pixel Challenge.
Press releases - Quebec International, in collaboration with the Quebec Health Alliance (ASQ), BioQuebec, Genome Quebec, Norton Rose Fulbright, Innovative Medicines Canada and the Quebec City-Laval University Hospital Centre (CHUQUL), will be presenting the Quebec City Health Industry Forum (FISQ) on November 29-30. For the past 10 years, FISQ has been the most important annual event in Quebec's life sciences sector, attracting and mobilizing various key actors, including industry representatives, researchers, managers and decision makers.
Press releases - The Foundation for Foreign Agricultural Worker Recruitment (Fondation des entreprises en recrutement de main-d’œuvre agricole étrangère/FERME) and Québec International (QI) are pleased to announce that they have joined forces to expand their range of recruitment services. Companies in the Quebec City and Chaudière-Appalaches regions will now be able to access local services provided by FERME, a key recruiter of foreign agricultural workers.