News | 05/15/2006 4:00 am EDT
The membership of Quebec new media body Alliance numériQC brought back Rémi Racine for a second term at the helm of the organization last month.
Racine, president of Montreal-based game developer Artificial Mind & Movement (A2M), will also serve at president of Alliance numériQC’s administrative council for another year. With an ever-growing commitment to digital interactive media on the part of Quebec’s government ministries and a growing international market, this year the group will be able to create a reserve fund to provide capital for investment opportunities, Racine told the audience at Alliance numériQC’s annual general meeting on April 27.
Also re-elected to serve as an executive of the administrative council for 2006-2007 was Kutoka president Tanya Claessens, who retains her title of VP. Meanwhile, Pascal Tessier-Fleury, VP of finance at Montreal’s Sarbakan, turns over the position of treasurer to André d’Orsonnens, chairman at Druide informatique, while Michel Lefèbvre of Samson, Bélair/Deloitte & Touche steps into the secretary’s role.
Finally, several new members joined the 11-seat administrative council, including Beenox president Dominique Brown, Yan Cyr, president of Enzyme Labs, Sarbakan VP of finance Pascal Tessier-Fleury, and François Van Doesburg, president of e-commerce developer Alogia+Logient.