Collaborative and co-creative innovation, Third-party innovation and collaborative platform, Scientific and technological entrepreneurship


Marina Frangioni has been a professor of entrepreneurship at Université TÉLUQ since 2013. She has taught at the Université de Sherbrooke, Bishop's University and at Université Paul-Cézanne (France). In 2017, she joins the team of the School of Business Administration of Université TÉLUQ.

Marina is affiliated with several research centers including: CIRANO and MOSAIC-HEC, she is also Vice President Research at the International Center for Innovation and Economic Development (CRIIDE).

Marina Frangioni began her career almost 20 years ago as a consultant to major companies in the aeronautics sector in France. In 1998, she pursued her career in Quebec, first in the Quebec government on the international scene for the information technology sector, then in the private sector with the development of the first industrial cluster in Quebec: InVivo.

In 2002, she continued her career in Toronto, where she created her consulting group and will be an economic development consultant for several organizations. In 2004, Marina Frangioni is recruited by the City of Montreal and will take care of several special projects including, more specifically, the Montreal Technopole, which aims to develop scientific and technological entrepreneurship in Montreal and the creation of a new socio-economic development index in Montreal. part of the I'm doing MTL initiative. She will also manage the pipeline file for the City.

Marina is the recipient of numerous scholarships and awards, including the Provigo Excellence Scholarship and the University of Sherbrooke Foundation Excellence Scholarships, and is recognized as a high quality speaker in both Quebec and abroad.
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