Nov 2nd, 2019
SOTTI team visit Montreal and meet with HITLAB Board.
HITLAB is a digital media & entertainment company that is revolutionizing the way cultural content is discovered, produced, and consumed. We use our technology to engage consumers and create strong interactions between consumers and brands. We have well-established national and global relationships with creative professionals, record companies, publishers, executives, producers, managers, media outlets, venues and promoters.
Pierre Gauthier has over 35 years of experience in the financial field. Mr. Gauthier’s attributes and skills include financial literacy, managerial experience, and the knowledge and experience attained through his service as a director of multiple public and private corporations. After graduating with an MBA, he worked as an investment banker and became involved in corporate finance, institutional sales (as manager) and research (as director). As the President of Fly Decibels Inc., a musical production company with promising artists, Mr. Gauthier combined his financial-investment-world experience with his passion for music
Hitlab is backed by strong investors both private and institutional who are committed to the vision and success of our company.
HitLab uses its own patented technology to create unique experiences for consumers to interact with brands, bands and artists. Our innovative tools nurture the connections between brands and their consumers primarily through music.
Richard Groome is Managing Partner of Notre-Dame Capital Inc., a Montreal-based financial advisory firm, formerly licensed as an Exempt Market Dealer. His expertise is in the financing of small and mid-size emerging growth companies. Prior to starting this business in September 2005, he was SeniorVice-President of Strategic Capital from January 2003 through September 2005 and SeniorVice-President of Institutional Equity Sales from August 2001 to January 2003 at Desjardins Securities, a Quebec-based firm. Richard has been in the financial industry for more than 30 years at such firms as Groome Capital (his own firm), Marleau Lemire Securities, Sprott Securities and Levesque Beaubien Geoffrion. He has a BA in Economics from McGill University. Mr. Groome had actively participated on the board of several public companies. He was a member of the Board of the CDNX until 2001 and member of the National Advisory Committee of the TSX Venture Exchange until 2004. Mr. Groome is very active in several non-profit, charitable organizations specializing in helping underprivileged children and a member of Canada Company, a registered charity focusing on making sure Canadians, who serve or wish to serve in the Canadian Forces and Reserves, and their families receive the widest possible support, recognition and care they deserve.