Starting 2017 strong: TACT hires three new employees in Montréal and Québec
The year 2017 begins the way 2016 ended for TACT Intelligence-conseil, with consistent growth, as three new talented individuals join the teams in Montréal and Québec.
Olivier Racette, with more than 10 years of experience in public relations and corporate communications, will be working as a senior consultant for TACT in Montréal. Previously, he held strategic positions in the corporate communications department of a leading Canadian media and telecommunications company.
Samuel Tremblay, selected for the position of consultant in the Québec office, was formerly a political consultant for the National Assembly of Québec. A journalist by trade, he also worked for a local newspaper for more than three years. There, he was responsible for covering all aspects of the Saguenay–Lac-Saint-Jean news.
Clifford Eugène will, for his part, enhance the graphic design services at TACT in Montréal, a department whose services are now solicited more than ever before. With a college diploma in graphic design, Clifford previously put his talent to good use working for the Canadian Cancer Society.
“As a firm that is constantly looking to recruit talented individuals, we are so pleased to have Olivier, Samuel and Clifford among us here at TACT. They bring with them a wealth of vast and wide-ranging experience and qualities that are very valuable to our organization: rigor, efficiency and versatility,” explains Manon Genest, associate founder and director for the Montréal office.
About TACT Intelligence-conseil
Founded in September 2011, TACT Intelligence-conseil is a company that was built by seasoned communicators with a desire to establish a consulting firm owned by Quebeckers. With offices in Montréal and Québec, TACT offers services in public relations and governmental affairs and employs more than 50 professionals. The company celebrates its 5th anniversary this year.