Alexandre Normandin-Lussier gave an interview to the Droit-inc webzine following his involvement as a trainer, mentor and jury member in the Le Transatlantique program, which supports Canadian companies wishing to incorporate and operate in France, as well as French companies wishing to incorporate in Canada.
“Transatlantique is a unique program. It’s a first in Canada,” he explains. Indeed, this 6-week program was the perfect opportunity for the companies in the first cohort selected to benefit from the experience and expertise of the professionals involved, including Deloitte, BPI France, Desjardins, Business France and Massat Saurat, HEC, and Investissement Québec, to guide them in their international set-up and development.
In this article, Me Normandin-Lussier explains that DS Avocats is well positioned to help French and Canadian companies do business in Canada and France, as the firm is the only international French firm with such a presence in Canada.
On the Canada-France axis, DS Avocats leads a working group chaired by Alexandre Normandin-Lussier, with the support of Angèle Di Giovanni and Juliane Fonseca and the collaboration of several DS Avocats members. Our working group aims to support French companies incorporate and operate in Quebec and support French companies with business objectives in North America. Our working group also strives to support Quebec based companies seeking to operate in France.
To read the full Droit-inc article (in French only), click here.