President & Founder
After studying theatre, Bernard spent over 30 years working in management and administration for several cultural and leisure organizations. He’s been passionate about IT since before IBM launched the world’s first PC.
Boxxo is his baby. It was his dream for years, and then he made it a reality. Today, as the President of the Board of Directors, his priorities lie in building a solid team, defining Boxxo’s long-term objectives and making sure that clients are safe and well treated.
The persistent and constant evolution of Lou on stages in Montreal and abroad is a testament of her versatility, her capacity to daydream, and her remarkable humanity.
She gained her professional experience by working on a number of productions. She was working on Cirque du Soleil when it flooded in Los Angeles. She also worked on a Starmania tour in Eastern Asia – an experience she summed up with the statement, “Korea – it’s not Peru.” As if that weren’t impressive enough, some of the pieces she has worked on have been performed in Europe, such as Poésie, sandwichs et autres soirs qui penchent, and the more recent musicals, Belles-Soeurs and Demain matin, Montréal m’attend.
Co-founder of Boxxo, Lou actively contributes to the development of Boxxo through his involvement in the Board of Directors.
Upon completing his studies in Europe, Ardian came to Quebec to pursue yet another degree. His final internship was with Boxxo – he has never left. With user satisfaction as his compass, Ardian has always acted as if the company belonged to him. Well, now it does. He is a shareholder and the Executive Director of Boxxo.
Stéphanie counts some 15 years of experience in administration. She is knowledgeable about the ticketing industry and theatrical presentation and she is passionate about IT and networking. She is also quite knowledgeable about Boxxo products, as she supervised the implementation of Boxxo Alliance for two large theatres.
Stéphanie is an all-around champion of running a business. She knows how to implement the necessary means to meet company objectives, never losing sight of her vision of business.
Crédits for pictures : Marie-Andrée Lemire