Larouche Marketing Communications sponsors the St. Lawrence Students' agency
Larouche Marketing Communication is pleased to announce that it will sponsor Bloom Communications, Cégep Champlain St. Lawrence’s student communication agency.
Supervised by Paul Bleau, Karina Brassard and Anne Laganière, administration teachers at Cégep Champlain St. Lawrence, Bloom Communications allows the seven students who are part of the team to join theory and practice by creating a business that is already working on about ten projects. This program is funded by Quebec’s ministère de l’Éducation et de l’Enseignement supérieur from the Canada-Québec Agreement on Minority-Language Education and Second-Language Instruction.
By sponsoring Bloom Communications, Larouche Marketing Communication is offering a professional support to the student agency throughout their different projects, being a necessary propellant to lead the agency in the communications field and help it become a training space. “It’s an inspiring initiative, to have created this stepping-stone from the school world to the professional universe. I did not hesitate to support this project” explained Jean-François Larouche, president of Larouche Marketing Communication.
About Larouche Marketing Communication
Created 20 years ago, Larouche Marketing Communication works as much in the B2B than in the food industry and the B2C. The agency also has a solid reputation with the manufacturers/exporters, in Quebec and Canada. Being a Quebec member of T-CAAN, the oldest and largest Canadian network of independent publicity, marketing, and communication agencies, Larouche Marketing Communication has developed a network in more than 30 Canadian cities. For more information about Larouche Marketing Communication, you may visit larouchemc.com.