Louis Rheaume

Mr. Rhéaume has the scholarity of a doctorate in business administration, concentration in strategic management, innovation management and corporate finance. He holds a Master’s degree in finance. He has numerous years of experience in consulting, strategy, financial analysis and business intelligence, mainly in the telecommunications and computing industries. He has also been a researcher in the group MINE (Management of Innovation in the New Economy), where he was in charge of the area of telecommunication services. He has published professional and scientific articles in technology, strategy and finance. He is also a teacher at the Télé-Université (TELUQ). Mr. Rhéaume is a consultant at Infocom Intelligence. He has a blog on infocom sectors covering technology, strategic and financial analysis. He is also a contributor to Seeking Alpha.


Articles by Louis Rheaume

Why Working Longer Hours Can Actually be Less Productive
The Secret to the Ryerson Entrepreneurship Program's Success
Strategy Expert Marcel Côté on Platforms, Apps, and the Over-emphasis of Innovation
How Can Facebook Be Successful Long-term When Its Predecessor Lasted Just Five Years?
Montreal Challenge is a Chance for Startups Across Canada to Get Valuable Funding and Training
Canadians Consuming More Digital Media – but Not at the Expense of Traditional Media
World Class Venture Capital Firm Reveals Why It Loves Canada
Convergent.io Raises $10 Million from Andreessen Horowitz
Mobile Payments to Reach $1.3 Trillion Annually by 2017, Study Says
Quebec Accounts for Half of All Venture Capital Investments in Canada This Year
Seed Investments Grow 400% in One Year to Become the New Series A
An Apple Retail Employee Earns Just $12 Per Hour but Generates $420,000 in Annual Revenue
Four Common Startup Myths Budding Entrepreneurs Keep Falling For
Canadian Startup Datacratic on Raising Money, Solving Problems, and Achieving Goals
Prestopolis Makes Beautiful Online Catalogues for Traditional Retailers
Taleo Exit Generates Positive Effects for Quebec's Startup Ecosystem
Cogeco Cable Makes $1.36 Billion US Acquisition
Don't Waste Your Time: Why Working Longer Hours Can Actually be Less Productive
HealthAware Wants to Make Doctor Appointments Easier for Practitioners and Users [Interview]
Finding Travel Partners in Real Time, Canada's Live Rides Turns Long Drives into Social Experiences
Ebook Revenues Surpass Hardcovers for First Time, Report Reveals
Why 92% of Startups Fail [Infographic]
Why Crowdfunding Has the Potential to Be Incredibly Disruptive in Canada
Infotainment and Game Apps to Push Mobile Entertainment Revenues to $65 Billion Annually by 2016
Tablet Among Fastest Growing Technologies in History
An Interview with ShopAround CEO Kevin Gibbon
Montreal's Miranda Technologies Acquired by Belden
Business in Canada in 2030 According to Oxford Analytica's Eric Noël
What Will Business Be Like in 2030?
Appifier Becoming Serious Contender in App Industry [Interview]
Trailblazing Super Angel Michel Brûlé Wants Canadians to Be the Predator, Not the Prey
Venture Capital Rush Coming to Canada: American Investors Find Canadian Startup Ecosystem 'Sexy'
Venture Capital in Canada: Mergers and Acquisitions and IPOs are Quickly Surging
Yes, There is a Technology Bubble – But Not in Canada, Joel Scott Says
Notesolution Aims to Revolutionize Education Industry [Exclusive]
Zuora's Shawn Price on Disruption and the Tech Bubble
Epilogger: a Canadian Startup Making Waves in the Events Industry [Exclusive Interview]
Martin Ouellet, Who Sold Taleo for $1.9 Billion, Recalls His Startup Experiences
Beyond the Rack's Yona Shtern Shares Advice for Entrepreneurs at Accelerate MTL 2012
FounderFuel Demo Day Spring 2012: Which are the most promising tech startups?
96% of Generation Y in Quebec Use the Internet
Crowdfunding in Canada: Opportunities and Hurdles
By 2016, 57% of Smartphone Owners Will Use Their Own Device at Work: Forrester
Mobile Payments Will Go Mainstream Sooner Than You Think [Infographic]
Quebec Government Invests $30 million in Venture Capital for Technology Sector
Forecast: Global Mobile Content to Reach $150 Billion in 2012
Montreal Dominates Canada's Video Game Scene
Forrester Forecasts That Tablets Will Become Primary Computing Devices
Quebec's Video Game Industry Continues Incredible Hiring Spree
Mobile Service in Canada: Overpriced and Anti-Competitive [Study]
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