The K2 Geospatial team has continued to grow in recent months. Three new geomatics enthusiasts are joining the company: Elizabeth Carrier, Laurent Ménier and Martin Carpentier. Always looking for originality, K2 will now be able to count on these new recruits to offer a service and products that exceed the expectations of its current and future customers.
Elizabeth Carrier holds a bachelor's degree in Geomatics Engineering from Laval University, which she recently obtained. Prior to her university studies, Elizabeth completed her college education at Cégep de Sainte-Foy in the natural sciences. It is through her title of technical resource person at APOP that she put ICTs in touch with pedagogy. During these two years working for the NPO, she was able to explore different types of technologies. His position as a geomatics analyst at K2 will allow him to quench his thirst for discovery and demonstrate that there are more than four corners to a map.
Laurent Ménier is a senior consultant in financial management. Trained at KPMG Paris, he has been CFO of subsidiaries of major organizations in Europe, Asia, and North America for more than 20 years. Becoming an entrepreneur, he created his own consultation structure in France in 2003 and in 2012 in Montreal. It supports SMEs and start-ups in a "CFO Agile" mode to find solutions to financing problems and develop financial management tools. As CFO at K2, Laurent will guide the team with dashboards including key performance indicators and relevant financial data.
Strategist, manager and seasoned administrator, Martin first evolved into politics for twenty years. He was, among other things, Director of Operations at the Office of the Premier of Quebec from 2012 to 2014. He also set up and ran his production and event management and consulting business. From 2015 to 2018, he was executive at the city of Longueuil, where he was responsible for smart city issues and innovations. Among the projects he has set up are a project for geolocalised terminals in major public parks, RFID projects, GPS deployments, and telemetry, circuit optimization, IoT project, dashboards, deployment of a new pedestrian radar technology as well as a participatory map of security issues identified by citizens. Martin, who is now director of business development, will undoubtedly lead K2 to new heights.