Danielle Desormeaux
January 10, 2011
Lillian Fox
January 10, 2011

Robert Gervais

Secretary-Treasurer – Board of Directors

President & CEO of ZEROFAIL Solutions

Robert Gervais is President & CEO of ZEROFAIL Solutions (www.zerofail.com), (www.zerofailhosting.com); Founded in 2000, ZEROFAIL is an award winning managed service provider offering turnkey managed infrastructure, connectivity and hosted solutions. Winner of Microsoft’s prestigious Impact Award for Best networking infrastructure of the year, the company was twice recognized by PROFIT magazine on its HOT 50 list for the fastest growth companies in Canada and it was identified as one of the country’s top 25 companies to watch by the National Post.

Prior to ZEROFAIL he was President and CEO of Rightime Productions Inc., a film and television production company. Mr. Gervais wrote, produced and directed more than 10 productions, including the award-winning, critically acclaimed documentary Jackie Robinson: A Season Of Change.

Mr. Gervais holds a B.F.A. and an M.B.A. from Concordia University in Montreal, Canada. He was a Professor of International Business and Strategy for five years at the John Molson School of Business (Concordia University) where he was presented with the Distinguished Teaching Award as the outstanding professor in the Commerce and Administration Department in 1998. Mr. Gervais’ previous work experiences include serving as a financial advisor for an investment bank, co-founding two private sales businesses, and overseeing the development of an international public relations campaign at the Schneider Group in Grenoble, France.

In addition to his role with Geordie, Mr Gervais sits on the boards of EQUITAS, Axion Technologies Inc., the Westmount Ville-Marie Conservative party and the Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada. A featured expert for Radio-Canada, RDI, The Gazette, Les Affaires, Profit Magazine and the National Post, he has lectured at McGill University and the John Molson School of Business. In June of 2004 He was the Conservative Party of Canada’s candidate in Westmount Ville-Marie.

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