2013 C2-MTL Emerging Entrepreneurs Contest Winners

Congratulations to the 25 winners of the 2013 C2-MTL Emerging Entrepreneurs Contest. The conference will be an amazing networking and learning opportunity for these companies. The number and quality of the applicants were impressive (again) this year, which did not make it easy to select the finalists.

The complete list of the winners and a brief description of their business is available here.

To recap, the applicants were judged based on the following criteria:

  1. Company less than 3-years old
  2. Based in Quebec
  3. Companies that highlight the link between creativity and commerce – which is what C2-MTL is all about.

I will see you at the conference.

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About Ludovic Dumas

Ludovic transforms innovative companies into world-class organizations. He is an investment professional at an investment firm representing the interests of one of the most successful families in Canadian business. Before joining the private equity world, Ludovic was an investment banker at CIBC and with ING Group’s investment banking team in Frankfurt, Germany. Mr. Dumas was also a management consultant with Deloitte where he worked on corporate strategy, restructuring, market analysis, due diligence, and economic development mandates. Specialties Mergers & acquisitions, capital raise, corporate strategy, entrepreneurship.
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One Response to 2013 C2-MTL Emerging Entrepreneurs Contest Winners

  1. Louis Côté says:

    Congratulations to the winners indeed (including many members of http://www.entrepreneursanonymes.com), and bravo once more for this great initiative Ludovic.

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