Inno-centre reveals the list of members of its Indice F advisory committee
Following the creation of the Indice F initiative for female entrepreneurs who head SMEs across Quebec, Inno-centre is proud to reveal the list of members of the initiative’s Advisory Committee. This committee is made up of female entrepreneurs and celebrities from every region of Quebec.
These visionary women are all determined and committed to their respective activity sectors and they strongly believe that the creation of a strong support network is a key factor in developing female entrepreneurship. When we give entrepreneurs of developing companies access to world-class consulting services, the Quebec economy benefits!
List of members
Josée Goulet | Associate Consultant, Octave Maecenas
Members (in alphabetic order)
Janie Béïque | Executive Vice-President for Investments, Fonds de solidarité FTQ
Laura Boivin | CEO, Fumoir Grizzly
Anne-Marie Braconnier | Communication Director, Inno-centre, and Committee Secretary
Melissa Gilbert | Executive Vice President Financials Affairs, La Capitale Assurance et services financiers
Nathalie Gosset | Senior Business Advisor, Inno-centre
Julie Larivière | CEO, MP Solutions
Francine Pomerleau | CEO, Cendrex Industries Inc.
Claudine Roy | Independent Director, Investissement Québec Board of Directors, and CEO, Gestion immobilière Gaspé
Nancy Florence Savard | President, Producer and Director, 10th Ave Productions
Chantal Trépanier | CEO, S.I.M. Inc. and Cognibox Inc.
We invite you to learn more about the exceptional careers of these women by viewing testimonials of their stories. Their shared vision for the development of companies and ways to support female entrepreneurs is truly inspiring!
About the Indice F initiative
The aim of the initiative is to facilitate access to world-class consulting services for businesses led by women and to support them as they tackle the challenge of expanding their companies. The ultimate goal of Innovantes is to boost the economic contribution of female entrepreneurship. Indicators show that these businesses have the potential for significant growth and will play a more important role in the Quebec economy.