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2016 SPECTRE(*) symposium


$250 + taxes

7:30 a.m. to 8:30 a.m.: Registration, coffee and pastries
8:30 a.m. to 12:15 p.m.: Symposium

HEC Montréal
Date to be announced

Shedding light on key strategic trends for 2016.

HEC Montréal



in partnership with

present the symposium for the 9th consecutive year

Experts from various fields (energy, technology, politics and more) will unveil some of the developments they see on the horizon that will shape the business landscape in 2016.

They will share their insights as to why these trends are emerging, how to fully grasp their meaning and impact, and how to respond effectively.

(*) SPECTRE: “Spectre” in French means “spectrum” or the array of colours produced by a ray of light, but it also has a second meaning closer to the English word that denotes a certain uneasiness about future occurrences


Benoît Tremblay, Honorary Professor, HEC Montréal


Sami Aoun, Political Scientist and Professor, Université de Sherbrooke;`Director, Observatoire sur le Moyen-Orient et l’Afrique du Nord, Chaire Raoul-Dandurad, Université du Québec à Montréal

Raymond Bachard, Strategic Advisor, Norton Rose Fulbright; President, Institut du Québec

Pierre Cléroux, Vice President, Research, and Chief Economist, Business Development Bank of Canada

Alain Dumas, Senior Director, Public Affairs, Sobeys Québec

Martin Imbleau, Vice President, Development and Renewable Energies, Gaz Métro

Sylvain Lafrance, Adjunct Professor, Pôle Médias, HEC Montréal

Oona Stock, Partner, Advisory, KPMG

Claude Tessier, President, Sobeys IGA Operations

René Vézina, Economic Journalist, Les Affaires

Need additional information? Contact Chantal Bruneau at 514-340-6010 or chantal.bruneau@hec.ca

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