Louis Turmel is a seasoned entrepreneur who has been working in the information technology and computing sectors for more than 25 years.
“The greatest traveler is not the one who has gone around the world, but the one who has gone around himself.” – Gandhi
During his career of over twenty years in the computing and telecommunications sectors, Louis has been the entrepreneur of four businesses, which have allowed him to develop his management and market development skills. Louis has launched and led Novo Technologies to the title of Canadian leader in voice recording solutions for the call center market.
In 2014, a year of change, Louis set himself a new substantial challenge: starting a new company named Voxlog to take care of the audio capture for the judicial and business meetings sectors.
As a Université Laval bachelor in human resources and MIT’s Sloan School of Management graduate, Louis brings considerable value to this new team thanks to his expertise in value creation and his established ability to deliver results.
Louis has sat on the administration board of the Société de développement économique de Lévis, from 2013 to 2014, and sits on the board of the Collège de Lévis Foundation since 2008, which he presided from 2011 to 2014. He also acts as a mentor to young business leaders through the Réseau M of the Fondation de l’entrepreneurship.
Louis has a daughter and particularly appreciates the great outdoors, camping, cycling, diving and definitely riding his motorcycle which becomes his preferred means of transportation in the summer.
During his spare time, Louis writes on Voxlog’s blog. He shares his challenges and targets as an entrepreneur. To learn more, click here.