Tout partout en ville – Rodger Brulotte
The Cercle Entreprendre du Québec recently held its 18th gala event to commemorate winners in various fields. Bringing together hundreds of Québec personalities known for their success, the gala is an excellent opportunity to promote exchanges between Québec's great leaders and promising youth.
The honorary co-chairs of the 18th edition of the gala event, Mr. Charles Sirois (Telesystem) and Brigitte Vachon Deloitte, with 2013 winners Guy Michaud (Genacol) and Nataly Savoie (Groupe Savoie – Résidences Soleil).
As part of this annual contest, a jury comprised of 9 people selects two exceptional personalities of the year: one woman and one man. In the picture, the evening’s host Isabelle Maréchal is surrounded by Entreprendre 2014 winners Léo-Paul Therrien, the founder, President and CEO of Pétro-T, and Nathalie Bondil, Director and curator of the Montréal Museum of Fine Arts (MMFA).
The Cercle Entreprendre du Québec was founded by Edmond Bourque. In the usual order: Luigi Liberatore (Investissements Elmag), Daniel Pelletier (Artopex) and Edmond Bourque, from Entreprendre magazine.
Claudette Dion, accompanied by Entreprendre winners Eddy Savoie and Carmelle Savoie (Résidences Soleil).
The winner of the 18th Concours jeunesse d’art oratoire Entreprendre 2014 contest, Juliette Rolland Apergis, from Montréal’s École internationale, surrounded by Paul Provencher from Collège Jean-de-Brébeuf (third place) and Élodie Blanchette from Collège Beaubois (second place).
Guests included the legendary Mario Lirette, Olympic medalist Joannie Rochette, and Yvan Cournoyer, former captain of the Montréal Canadiens, and his wife Evelyne.
Journal de Montréal – Actualités – Friday, March 6, 2015 – page 44
journaldemontreal.com – Le Cercle Entreprendre du Québec – March 5, 2015
Learn more about the Cercle Entreprendre du Québec – entreprendre.ca