Media advisory - HEC Montréal trilingual dictation (November 4) - Talk by
Jacques Nantel (November 5)

MONTREAL, Oct. 30 /CNW Telbec/ - As part of the Journées du savoir taking place at all Quebec universities on November 4 and 5, HEC Montréal invites the media to two events organized by the School.

On November 4, come and meet the readers for the trilingual dictation as well as the students and members of the public who will try hand at the challenge. The first part of the dictation will be read in French by Marie-Éva de Villers, director of communications quality at HEC Montréal and author of the Multidictionnaire. The English portion will be read by Christopher Hall, comedian and columnist on the radio program "Ouvert de la samedi" on Radio-Canada. Lastly, the Spanish dictation will be read by Catalina Lopez-Correa, vice-president, scientific affairs, at Génome Québec.

    WHAT:   Trilingual dictation (French, English, Spanish)
    WHEN:   Wednesday, November 4, 2009, noon
    WHERE:  IBM Amphitheatre (ground level)
            HEC Montréal
            3000 Côte-Sainte-Catherine Road, Montreal

    On November 5, Jacques Nantel, secretary general of HEC Montréal, will
give a talk, in French, on the effects of the economic crisis on consumer
behaviour and corporate profitability.

    WHAT:   "La crise : saurez-vous en tirer des leçons plus vite que vos
            clients?", a talk by Jacques Nantel
    WHEN:   Thursday, November 5, 2009, 7 p.m.
    WHERE:  IBM Amphitheatre (ground level)
            HEC Montréal
            3000 Côte-Sainte-Catherine Road, Montreal


For further information: For further information: Céline Poissant, Media Relations, HEC Montréal, (514) 340-7320,

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