Study on the investment and adoption of innovative and sustainable practices for the revival of the fashion and clothing industry in Quebec
Study on the investment and adoption of innovative and sustainable practices for the revival of the fashion and clothing industry in Quebec

Vestechpro is proud to present a study aimed at guiding the revival of the fashion and clothing industry in Quebec. Initiated by the ministère de l'Économie et de l'Innovation, the publication of the document was made possible thanks to the participation of numerous industry players who took part in a survey carried out during the past year.

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21/10/19

Paulette Kaci elected as a director of the board for PME MTL Est-de-l'Île

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Vestechpro recognized as Technology Access Center (TAC)

Recently nominated for a 2-year mandate, Paulette Kaci, Executive director at Vestechpro Apparel Research and Innovation Centre, will undertake her new role as a board member in a context of great effervescence for the Eastern part of Montreal. After many years of neglect, this part of Montreal is quickly becoming a government priority in terms of social and economic development opportunities.

“I am extremely excited to support and contribute to PME MTL Est-de-l’Île’s mandate, a unique organization by its mission of constituting a driving force of economic growth in the Eastern part of Montreal”, said Mrs. Kaci.

Strongly committed to her entrepreneurial values, Paulette Kaci totals more than 25 years of experience in the sectors of social innovation and education. She also serves on the board of QuébecInnove as President.

PME MTL Est-de-l’Île is one of six organizations constituting a network serving the area of Montral which aims at promoting entrepreneurship through consultation and by accompanying entrepreneurs through their business endeavours. PME MTL Est-de-l’Île’s territory includes the area bounded by the boroughs of Anjou, Montréal-Nord, Rivière-des-Prairies – Pointe-aux-Trembles, Saint-Léonard and the City of Montréal-Est.

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