MONTREAL, MAY 13, 2019 — Labelink is pleased to announce that Stephen Bouchard, President and CEO, has completed QuantumShift, a unique leadership development program sponsored by the Ivey Business School, KPMG Enterprise, TD Commercial Banking and the Globe & Mail.
Companies in Canada and around the world are dealing with unprecedented economic conditions and boosting entrepreneurial talent is critical for our country’s future success.
During this intensive course at the Ivey Business School in London, Ontario, 40 of Canada’s most promising entrepreneurs learned how to take their companies to the next level.
Helping small and medium sized businesses grow and improve their productivity is essential to building a more competitive Canada. The Ivey Business School and KPMG Enterprise realize this and for the fifteenth year they invited a select group of entrepreneurs to participate in QuantumShift, a rigorous week-long program to give them the tools to push their businesses forward.
“My participation to the QuantumShift program has been an excellent use of my time. I met great leaders, discovered new perspectives and come back to work with a lot of energy. I am thankful to KPMG, TD Bank, the Globe and Mail as well as the Ivey Business School for providing me with this learning opportunity” said Stephen Bouchard, President and CEO of Labelink.
ABOUT LABELINK. Labelink is a Canadian leader with a diverse portfolio of printing solutions for the packaging industry such as labels, pouches, shrink sleeves, RFID tags and banners. Since 2004, Labelink focuses on providing outstanding customer service by sharing its vast expertise and enabling a collaborative approach with clients. With 5 locations across Canada and the United States, Labelink proposes a variety of printing technologies while committing to quick turnaround times and superior quality products. Labelink serves several markets including food and beverage, pharmaceutical, health & beauty, chemical & industrial, and nutraceutical industries.
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