Vincent Soumoy

Vincent Soumoy

Canadian Permanent Resident but Franco-Belgian nationality physicist, specialized in fluid mechanics, Diploma Course of the Von Karman Institute in 1987, Vincent worked since more than 25 years in the simulation domain, namely in fluids (CFD).

Initially Research and Application Engineer in the industry, he wrote theoretical & empirical bibliographies, set up a multiphase flow software, validated results with experiments, and drew conclusions in an industrial pollutants study or in coating phenomena. He collaborated with international laboratories and participated in seminars and congresses.

He later moved to various software editors, as account manager, following SME and main accounts in Europe from cold calling and prospection, to standard and specific proposal elaboration.

He finally became Sales Manager of companies, the first one in Europe and the second in North America, set up the whole sales activity (markets sectors, new products, CRM…). Covered end-to-end sales processes from analyzing client needs, creating tailored proposals, to managing sales/marketing/quality teams. He was also in charge of channel partner networks.

Vincent was to music and more particularly vocals interested, he sang and conducted various chords, with concerts in Europe and North America.

He created in 2015 Fluids & C°, based in Montreal, providing services and distributing software in various area, namely CFD but also Process and Data Management.

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Curriculum

Scientific Studies

Doctoral studies in Sciences

             Namur University – Belgium – 1987-1992

Diploma Course in Fluids Dynamics

             Von Karman Institute – Brussels – Belgium– 1987

Master in Physics

             Namur University – Belgium – 1986

Sales & Marketing Studies

Coaching aux techniques de vente

             Fremont Consultants – France – 2010 – 2020 – 50 days

Superior sales techniques and how to master them

Effective Presentations

             Institut für Wirtschaftspädagogik – Nuremberg – Germany – 2008 – 4 days

Strategic Selling    

             Miller Heiman – Paris – France – 2006 – 4 days

Key Account Management

             Mercuri International – Paris – France – 2004 – 3 days

Techniques de vente

             Mercuri International – Paris – France – 2003 – 3 days

Cadres, concevez et rédigez des textes efficaces

             CEGOS – Paris – France – 1991– 6 days

Philosophie de l’éducation, Histoire de la pédagogie

Pédagogie Générale, Méthodologie Générale, Pédagogie Expérimentale

             Namur University – Belgium – 1986 – 60 hours

Initiation to education media

             Namur University – Belgium – 1983 – 30 hours

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The Quebec Technology Association (AQT) supports business leaders in the Information and Communications Technology (ICT) industry by helping them develop their skills and grow their organization.

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The CABQ makes its know-how available to its members its know-how, its competences and its network. What for? To inform and support Quebec and Belgian companies that have made the choice to leave their borders.

The CABQ was established in Quebec in 2005. It works to promote economic relations between Belgium and Quebec and contribute to the development of actions supported mostly by Flanders Investment & Trade (FIT), the Walloon Agency for export and foreign investment in Montreal (AWEX), Brussels Invest & Export and the Quebec Ministry of economy, science and innovation (MEI).

The Cercle d’affaires Belgique-Québec has another mission to facilitate the integration and development of Belgian companies wishing to settle in Quebec. and more broadly, in Canada.

The CABQ is also networking cocktails, events to discover and learn about business sectors and active companies on both sides of the Atlantic. It has also a variety of professional activities that take place throughout the year.

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