Consolidation of various services for businesses at Investissement Québec
Investissement Québec believes that businesses in the Outaouais will be served better
Article published on 22 June 2020
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Investissement Québec has announced that it has completed the consolidation of various services with the regional offices of the Ministry of Economy and Innovation in Outaouais.

According to the senior regional director for the Laval and Outaouais region, Marc Langlois, the consolidation will improve the service offer for entrepreneurs and business leaders from our region who are looking for support services and adapted financing solutions or investments.

This grouping also includes the integration of the teams from the Quebec Industrial Research Center (CRIQ) and Export Quebec into Investissement Québec Outaouais. These services will be offered to businesses, cooperatives and social economy enterprises. Marc Langlois and regional director for the Outaouais Jeffrey MacHan will manage these teams, which will be based in Gatineau at 230, boul. Saint-Joseph and at 170 rue de l’Hotel-de-Ville.

Marc Langlois also explained that companies wishing to develop, increase or diversify their exports can knock on the door of Investissement Québec in order to benefit from personalized support services, targeting customers and business opportunities, organization meetings with buyers and trade missions abroad, in addition to exploring the financial solutions available.

The full interview with Marc Langlois is available here.

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