Annie Saint-Pierre counts 14 years of experience in radio, television and written press as well as the Internet and the social networks. Having earned a master’s degree in economic and financial journalism from Université Laval in 2006, Annie Saint-Pierre specializes in political journalism at the municipal, provincial and federal level. At the start of her career, from Tadoussac to Blanc-Sablon, Annie built solid expertise in regional affairs, particularly in the sectors of mines, aluminum, forestry and hydroelectricity. After starting at the Journal de Québec in 1998, she soon earned a reputation for her journalistic rigour, credibility with the business community and in-depth understanding of complex issues. Rated eleventh out of the top 50 Canadian business journalists on Twitter and finalist at the Québec economic journalism awards sponsored by the Caisse de dépôt et de placement in 2011, Annie Saint-Pierre now works as a freelance journalist for prestigious publications. Working with RTCOMM, Annie Saint-Pierre brings our clientele her excellent knowledge of the milieu and of media strategies, business communications and the Québec economy.
Our business relations with RTCOMM have been extremely positive over the past several years. Whether in terms of strategic positioning, training or consulting, their services have always met our expectations. We have built special ties with RTCOMM that go well beyond mere client relations; they have taken the time to really get to know us.
Maxime Laviolette, General Manager, Dessercom
RTCOMM has been of great help to the Régie des alcools, des courses et des jeux. Their consultants worked closely with Régie managers on major files, and they shared their expertise through training programs that were perfectly adapted to our needs. Doing business with RTCOMM has made us better communicators. What more could you ask for?
Réjean Thériault, Communications Director, Régie des alcools, des courses et des jeux (RACJ)
Deserving of special mention is their professionalism in respecting the political sensitivities of both levels of government involved in the event while also meeting FAO expectations.
Jean-Louis Kérouac, F. Eng., M.Sc, Secretary General - XII World Forestry
Sûreté du Québec called on Richard Thibault Communications Inc. to provide distance communication training to its 85 station managers. This service enabled us to train all managers within two weeks—a process that would otherwise have taken months—and all without requiring them to travel. RTCOMM’s services saved us time and money while helping us reach our training goal.
Lt. Richard Bourdon, Communications Advisor, Public Security Branch – Sûreté du Québec
RTCOMM has always been quick to understand the challenges we face in our industry and “deliver the goods” in a fair, efficient, and timely manner. What sets the RTCOMM team apart is their energy and creativity, which have made it possible for us to tackle a number of innovative projects crucial to the future of our organization.
Josée Noreau, President and CEO - SOGIQUE