MISSION: TRANSMISSION, An Event You Don’t Want to Miss


Daniel Lamarre, from Cirque du Soleil, speaks about the urgency of passing on creativity to the next generation in our organizations. As part of the Factry’s MISSION: TRANSMISSION program, he invites Quebec leaders to get involved and pass on their creative skills.

Daniel Lamarre

During this event, he will talk with Quebec leaders from a wide variety of sectors. Come learn, meet and exchange with Daniel and his surprise guests, who use creativity as a strategic driver in their organizations. Like them, be part of the great transmitters!

During this 5 to 7 meeting, you will have the chance to :

  • Understand why creativity is our greatest natural resource;
  • Discover the inspiring initiatives of Quebec leaders who have used their power of transmission;
  • Meet young people who are preparing to become the next generation by developing their “creative posture” at the Factry;
  • Explore how you too can activate your power of transmission.

Because creativity is transmittable!


A fundraising event for the Factry Foundation

An invitation from Daniel Lamarre in partnership with the Factry, an NPO that contributes to making Quebec a society where creativity is a true vector of transformation.

Proceeds from the evening will be donated to the Factry Foundation. Charity receipts worth $80 issued by the Factry Foundation.

If you wish to offer tickets to young people, contact us at info@factry.ca. These tickets will be offered to students in the Factry youth programs (ages 18-27).

Date: December 6, 2022, from 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm
Location: New City Gas, 950 Ottawa Street in Montreal

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Marie Amiot

Marie Amiot

Co-founder, President and CEO, Factry

After more than 20 years of working with start-ups, growth companies and reorganizations, Marie Amiot knows the real benefits of a creative approach. Marie's ability to mobilize makes the Factry an invaluable resource for anyone who approaches business differently.