New faces in the SADC team
Jasmine Bradbury-Klyman, Business Advisor
Jasmine, who holds an M.B.A. with specialization in business succession, was driven to come back in Outaouais precisely by a family business transmission project after spending several years in Quebec City. Dedicated to ensuring the continuation of our SMEs, she is driven by the human dimension of succession, which makes it her preferred field of action. As a business advisor with SADC, Jasmine guides young proponents in the development of their project through the Youth Strategy Program and contributes to the meeting the challenges of expansion, innovation, succession or funding faced by the territory’s businesses.
Good to know: Jasmine is the ultimate foodie. Having a passion for travel, she already visited some fifteen countries despite her young age.
Marie-France Laflamme, Communications
A public relations specialist, Marie-France Laflamme has close to fifteen years of experience in communication. She held various positions in television production and contents creation in Montreal before heading press relations and branding for major consumer brands such as L’Oréal, Reitmans and T‑fal for companies in the metropolis. Back in her native region, Marie-France now wishes to leverage her experience for the profit of local SMEs and to contribute to the outreach of the mobilized stakeholders and the community’s structuring projects. Stimulated by environments of collaboration and innovation, she fulfills a role of communication consultant with the SADC and its partners.
Good to know: In a previous life, Marie-France was a TV researcher for TVA Montreal and wrote for popular cultural and women’s magazines.