With more than 20 years’ experience in public affairs and communications, Daniel is a seasoned strategic advisor and project manager. He has an in-depth understanding of the issues that affect businesses with respect to media coverage and the decisions made by governments.
Daniel’s expertise is put to good use by companies such as Cisco, St-Hubert, Labatt, Couche-Tard, Gaz Métro and Pfizer, to name a few. He prides himself on always being available to his clients. Daniel also made his mark by spearheading the campaign that led to legislative changes allowing grocery stores to extend their opening hours.
Daniel, who holds a bachelor’s degree in Political Science from Université Laval and was awarded a scholarship from the Fondation Jean-Charles-Bonenfant, has worked in public affairs since 1996. Initially Director, Government Affairs, with Ducharme Perron Communication et Affaires publiques, he went on to head the Montreal office of HKDP communications and public affairs. As such, he oversaw the agency’s operations and particularly its growth and expansion until 2011.
Daniel is very involved in his community. Most notably, he has been vice chair of Intégration-Jeunesse du Québec since 2000. He was also president of the Alliance des cabinets en relations publiques du Québec between 2004 and 2006.
Daniel is a co-founder of TACT Intelligence-conseil.
He is also involved in his community, acting among others as Chairman of the Board of Intégration-Jeunesse du Québec from 2002 to 2014, and contributing to the Board of Directors of the Quebec YMCA Foundation, where he chairs the Staffing Committee. An esteemed leader within his industry, Daniel is the President of the Public Relations Firms Alliance of Quebec.
Daniel is the co-founder of TACT Intelligence-conseil.
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