Minutes Dépôt acquired by Quebec City investors

Minutes Dépôt

Minutes Dépôt, a Quebec company founded in 2014 focused on the management and sharing of corporate minute books, has been acquired by investors Louis Bédard, Louis-Marc Rodrigue, and Tommy Rochette.

While financial terms of the acquisition haven’t been discussed, the financiers say that they are coming together to support young startups in the community. “The aim of this acquisition is to help businesses benefit from the digital revolution, and above all, we are proud to support startups in their structuring approach with an innovative and efficient tool,” said Rodrigue.

Minutes Dépôt helps businesses transition into becoming paperless institutions, as its product allows its clients to maintain minute books online and easily share with shareholders and employees. “I am very happy to be a part of Minutes Dépôt as it continues to grow,” said Sébastien Rosa, co-founder of Minutes Dépôt. “Our short-term objectives are to promote the benefits of using the platform and to highlight paperless ecological management,” added Mr. Rosa.

Jessica Galang

Jessica Galang

Freelance tech writer. Former BetaKit News Editor.

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