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Iweartech is a finalist at the Quebec Association for the Development of Research and Innovation (ADRIQ). This is one of Groupe 3737's companies. Please click on this link and select Iweartech (the Vote button is at the bottom of the page). Do not hesitate to forward this message to your contacts as well as to your family members. Let us help them win, let's vote!...

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Launch of Capital Plus, Wealth Management

Towards Haitian credit union in Montreal "It is not there yet", says Gregory Excellent, shade of Capital Plus, "but in the very short term, we will get there." Written by: Jean Numa Goudou 2015/08/02 8:09AM http://intexto.ca/vers-une-caisse-populaire-haitienne-a-montreal/ The Haitian member for Bourassa, Emmanuel Dubourg, already foresees this "pan or bank," as he called it at the launch, on July 22nd, the Asset Management division of Capital Plus. "It is not there yet", says Gregory Excellent, shade of Capital Plus, "but in the very short term, we will get there". Capital Plus, which previously was limited only to loans and financing, takes another step today. The Asset Management division provides all the services that give financial institutions: life insurance, critical illness, disability, RRSPs and TFSA account opening, mutual funds, wealth...

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Launch of FEIN

(FEIN) Towards an integral wake in business in Black communities Monday, October 5, 2015 10:04 p.m. MÉDIAMOSAIQUE http://mediamosaique.com/Economie/2015-10-06-03-36-09.html MONTREAL (Médiamosaïque)- An affirmation movement and endogenous economic support just to see the day in the black communities of Quebec. This initiative, which aims to mobilize blacks both local, national, and international, gathered in the framework of its launch on September 14, with nearly 200 people in the St-Michel district. This customer traffic provides an indication of the future success of the approach, believes outset Kerlande Mibel and Frantz Saintellemy, respectively the founder and honorary president of a new organization called FEIN (Forum Économique International des Noirs). In an interview with news agency Médiamosaïque, the two accomplices welcomed the excitement generated by their invitation; an enthusiasm...

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I am Montreal

The initiative "I am MTL" among Haitians (videos) "The Haitian community has entrepreneurs that are dynamic, experienced and have different services to offer" - Arcelle Apollo, coordinator of the visit. Written by: Jean Numa Goudou 2015/11/12 9:24 http://intexto.ca/linitiative-je-fais-mtl-chez-les-haitiens/ Forty project leaders within the initiative "I am MTL" visited Groupe3737 Crémazie on Monday to see what the Haitian community has to offer in the context of this synergy. "I am MTL" is a powerful citizens' movement at the origin of 181 projects aimed at giving new impetus to Montreal. The initiative is a year old. That one year, a thousand Montrealers have gathered at Place des Arts to launch "I see MTL" become "I am MTL." Among them, 181 leaders have committed to a project that would help restore...

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A Visit to Groupe3737 from the Minister of Immigration

As part of the "Series of Young Leaders" of RJCCQ, Minister Kathleen Weil visited Groupe3737 on 22 of April. She made a site visit and chaired a discussion on diversity, entrepreneurship and the economy. This type of event provides members of the RJCCQ privileged access to Quebec influential leaders so that they can engage directly with them on the issues that affect them....

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The Gazette visits Groupe 3737‏

Immigrant from Haiti gives St. Michel a high-tech boost PAUL DELEAN, MONTREAL GAZETTE More from Paul Delean, Montreal Gazette Published on: May 11, 2015 | Last Updated: May 11, 2015 4:22 PM ES It’s not exactly known as a hive of high-tech, but Frantz Saintellemy had no qualms about setting up his burgeoning business empire in the downscale district of St-Michel. He was raised there after moving to Montreal from Haiti as a child, and has an enduringly favourable impression of a part of town, and large immigrant population, many others have written off. “My friends thought I was crazy to go there. The building (on Crémazie Blvd. E.) was rundown. You needed a vision to see the potential. But I wanted to prove to myself I...

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