Olivier Brourhant, Amaris CEO and co-founder, is a member of the company CEOs delegation that accompanies the President of the French Republic on his trip to Canada from November 2nd to the 5th.
Management and Technologies consulting Group Amaris was chosen to be part of the presidential delegation due to its growth and numerous recruitments in France and abroad.
Created in 2007, Amaris entered the Canadian market in 2013 with the opening of an office in Montreal aimed at supporting the company’s international clients and developing its activities on engineering, telecommunications, pharma and biotechnologies projects. Today, after only one year, this office already counts twenty people.
Amaris has also set up a pharmaco-economics and market access research centre in Canada, aimed mainly at North American clients.
The Group continues its expansion with the goal of potentially opening new offices in Toronto or Vancouver within 2 years.
Amaris intends to become a well-known partner to international companies in Canada, as well as to international Groups that want to develop their respective activities on the Canadian territory.
Olivier Brourhant’s participation in the presidential delegation positions Amaris as a key player with constant economic dynamism in international consulting, on the French as well as the Canadian territories.