Staffing changes at Nautisme Québec

Nautisme Québec

Sept 7, 2021

Marc-André Loyer, President Alliance de l’industrie nautique du Québec – Nautisme Québec has announced the departure of Mr. Sylvain Deschenes, general Manager of l’Alliance de l’industrie nautique du Québec – Nautisme Québec. Since 2019, Mr Deschenes held various positions. He was notably involved in managing the operations of the association and setting up various events. On behalf of the Board of Directors, employees and members of the Association, we thank him for the work accomplished and wish him the best of success in his future professional duties.

Turning towards the future, the Nautisme Québec team, the executive committee and the board of directors are making every effort to provide excellent service to members and to bring the various projects to fruition. The upcoming events, such as the Bateau à flot de Québec that will take place from September 10th to 12th 2021 and the Bateau à flot de Montréal from September 24th to 26th 2021, are already shaping up to be a success thanks to the active involvement of the team, the board of directors, the various partners and exhibitors.

Currently, the Alliance’s executive committee, made up of Ms. Chantal Robin, Mr. Patrick Hardy and myself, will act as general manager. To facilitate follow-ups, please let me introduce the team members to you.

• Julien de Tilly, coordonnateur des programmes – marinas et ports de plaisance
• Frédérick Lepage Deschênes, adjoint aux événements et service aux membres
• Francine Michaud, adjointe à la comptabilité
• Diane Théberge, responsable des communications, relations publiques et web

If you are not already in direct contact with one of them and in order to facilitate follow-ups, we invite you to contact the following email address: info@nautismequebec.com. Your requests will be redirected to the right contact person and dealt with diligently.

Cordialy,

Marc-André Loyer, President
Alliance de l’industrie nautique du Québec – Nautisme Québec.

 

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