Before all else, I’d like to welcome all the new members who joined in September. It’s been great to read your posts. Keep it up! your contributions help make this forum better for everyone!
This month, we wanted to introduce some of the contributors who write for our blog. Over the past five months, they have come up with a variety of content to help you make the most of your tech devices. Now we’d like to thank these writers for their work!
With no further ado, here are September’s three stars of the month:
Star #3: The Pros
Our Videotron pros are your best allies for helping you maximize the products and services you use. They offer assistance in stores and provide tips on the Community blog.
This communications strategist and copywriter has delivered roughly 1,000 projects in the past 25 years working for businesses large and small in both the public and private sectors. He develops digital and traditional communications plans that are aligned with a company’s business priorities. His work also involves helping clients develop strategies and guiding businesses as they grow.
As a certified copywriter (from the Société québécoise de la rédaction professionnelle) and a certified trainer (from the Commission des partenaires du marché du travail), for the past 10 years he has been teaching courses on digital writing, communications strategy and digital marketing.
Mathieu Roy is a passionate communicator who can talk tech and summarize social media news using terms that the average person can understand. He has been active on Quebec’s media landscape for more than 15 years.
You can see Mathieu on TVA’s Salut Bonjour!, where he serves up the latest social media news, or hear him speak as a technology specialist every week on 98.5 FM and CKOI in Montreal, on the Cogeco network. On his YouTube channel, Mathieu Joue, he provides easy-to-understand explanations of technology and video games through posts that are enhanced with humour and guest appearances from local personalities. Finally, Mathieu sometimes hosts large-scale events, like those organized by the CHU Sainte-Justine Foundation.