“Always Be Innovating: How Technology Drives Growth”

Most people agree that it is more difficult to make sense of the future in today’s rapidly changing and unpredictable world. Continuing to innovate and pushing for new technology in the face of geo-political and macro uncertainty is hard. Leaders must be deliberate in making time to think and engage their team’s functioning to ensure that they can tap into their creativity and develop new tech solutions and ways of working.

Join us as Dr. Marc Tremblay, Operating Partner at Arsenal Capital, and former President of Fluke Corporation, shares his proven process and thoughts on transitioning from a wait-and-see culture to one that pushes your organization toward excellence. You will be inspired & equipped to get that next project off the ground!

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Dr. Marc Tremblay

Operating Partner, Arsenal Capital Partners

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Dr. Marc Tremblay is an Operating Partner of Arsenal Capital Partners where he is part of the firm’s Industrial Growth leadership team. Arsenal is a New York-based private equity firm with more than $10 billion of capital under management and a current portfolio of twenty-three companies that are market leaders in the sectors in which they participate. Arsenal’s Industrial Growth franchise focuses on investing in high-growth, differentiated companies in various sectors, including industrial technology.

Prior to joining Arsenal in 2022, Marc was the President of Fluke Corporation, a global manufacturer and developer of electronic test tools, sensors, and software, including reliability and condition monitoring solutions. Prior to joining Fluke, he held numerous senior executive positions at leading testing, measurement, sensing, and imaging companies such as Thermo Fisher Scientific, DigitalGlobe, and Z Corporation.

Marc graduated with a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Ottawa, Canada. He has a Ph.D., also in Mechanical Engineering, from Stanford University where his research focused on robotics and sensors. Finally, he received an M.B.A. from Harvard Business School.