Entrepreneur, farmer, author and speaker
A successful entrepreneur, François Lambert co-founded the largest call center in Canada, Atelka, as well as a technology company present in 75 countries, Aheeva. He has invested in more than a dozen career companies, including Boostmi, a roadside assistance application, nGUVU, a mobilization platform for employees, UNDZ underwear, Acier Saint-Jérôme and various real estate projects.iers.
In December 2018, he launched his own online store,www.francoislambert.one, to sell products from his sugar bush and some from his other businesses. Building on the success it has met, it has since offered a visibility platform to Quebec entrepreneurs by selling their products on its site.
Known to the general public during his remarkable participation in the show In the eye of the dragonn at Radio-Canada, François Lambert is the author of two books on entrepreneurship,, Take it or leave it (reissued in 2019 and Entrepreneurship is difficult. Pointnt.(translated into English in 2019, in which he transmits his passion for business and deconstructs persistent myths about entrepreneurship. He also wrotet What i thinkse ? (2018, a book of opinion where he offers his direct advice on 30 topical issues in Quebec.té.
In conference, he unreservedly and humorously unveils his good as well as his bad moves, revealing at the same time the ups and downs of business life. With the outspokenness that made him famous, he shares his inspiring story and transmits to participants the desire to take action today in order to pursue their dreams, whether in their professional or personal life..
A great sportsman, he has completed four marathons, done five years of training in triathlon and participated in the CEO Endurance World Championship in 2012. Even today, he maintains a rhythm of physical activity of at least one to three hours per day.our.
François divides his time between Montreal and his 600-acre land in the Outaouais region where he grows corn, soybeans and oats, in addition to producing maple syrup and honey. He also raises some chickens, rabbits and sheep there, in particular.t.
François Lambert holds a bachelor's degree in accounting from the Université du Québec en Outaouais.