BCF Partner Marc Brouillette strengthens his involvement in the economic development of Sept-ÎlesJune 16th, 2016
He will now head Développement Économique Sept-Îles (DÉSI)
After many years as a member of the board, Marc Brouillette was appointed to head the board of directors of the regional development organization.
On June 13, 2016 the firm's partner Marc Brouillette was appointed to head the board of directors of the regional development organization for Sept-Îles, Développement Économique Sept-Îles (DÉSI).
Also President of the Chamber of Commerce of Sept-Îles (an office he will be relinquishing in the next few weeks after two terms), Mr. Brouillette has been a member of the DÉSI board for almost 20 years. Well-known in the region for his many achievements, he meets this new challenge with enormous optimism.
"DÉSI is at the centre of action in Sept-Îles when it comes to the Plan Nord and development of the North Shore in general. The BCF team has acquired recognized expertise here, and having a BCF partner at the helm of the organization, will position us well with our present and future clients", said Marc Brouillette.
Highly qualified in natural resources law and aboriginal law, his extensive knowledge of the economic, community and sports settings of Sept-Îles make M. Brouillette the natural choice as the head of this prominent regional development organization.
Développement Économique Sept-Îles is a not-for-profit municipal body providing support for the implementation and achievement of major business projects. Its mission is to promote the attractions and advantages of Sept-Îles to investors in order to stimulate economic development and improve the quality of life in the community. To find out more about Développement Économique Sept-Îles, click here.