quebec business womenLeft to right: Beverly Solomon, Sylvie Cloutier

Members of the CPG industry are among the recipients of Business Women of Quebec Awards (the Prix Femmes d'affaires du Québec).

Beverly Solomon, owner and pharmacist of Beverly Salomon Pharmacy affiliated with Jean Coutu has been an owner since 200. Her pharmacy is recognized for the quality of pharmaceutical care, receiving the Excell Pro trophy in 2015. Professionally, socially and culturally involved, an inclusive and empathetic leader, Solomon innovates in her business while sitting on the board of the OPQ and the CHUM foundation.

Sylvie Cloutier, president and CEO of the Quebec Food Processing Council, has worked in strategic positions for over 35 years; including for the Conseil de la transformation alimentation du Québec since 2003, first as vice president Public Affairs and, since 2010, she has held the position of CEO. She also sits on several boards of directors.

Selected annually by a committee of business people under the leadership of the Réseau des Femmes d'affaires du Québec, the winners of the Achievement Awards stand out among Quebec women recognized for their inspiring and remarkable long-term careers, here and abroad. 

The award aims to highlight the strengths embodied in their leadership, influence, skills and experience, tenacity and resilience, communication and strategic networking skills, ability to step out of their comfort zone, innovative achievements and their deep commitment in their sector of activity, as well as on the social level. 

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