Founded in 2013 by Doctor Éric Simard, Idunn Technologies specializes in the discovery, development and marketing of high value-added natural health products in the health and aging sector.
Mr. Simard is a devoted businessman with a considerable stature. He namely founded the company Biolactis and participated, as a senior officer, in the development of various businesses and associations such as Bio-K+, Neptune Technologies and Bioressouces, and the Association for Healthy Ingredients in Foods.
After more than ten years of reflection and the publication of recent discoveries on fundamental aging processes, Dr. Simard undertook to build a business that would sell a new range of products. He then partnered with Mr. Michel Chartrand, a distribution and marketing specialist. Mr. Chartrand has a Bachelor in Business Administration and boasts a number of achievements. He worked in high-ranking positions at Mckesson Canada, and was Founder and President of the Proxim pharmacy network.
Both men then proceeded to incorporating the business, formulating the range of products, and developing the brand image and the technological platform linked to the development of intellectual property. Mr. André Salesse, a chartered accountant, tax specialist, and senior executive who held various positions within private and public corporations, then joined the business. He gives the team a broader and strategic dimension through his expertise in finance and corporate development.
Science, in recent years, has led to considerable breakthroughs in terms of our understanding of aging mechanisms. It is now obvious that human aging is a quasi-programmed process on which we can act to increase our chances of aging in good health. Strengthened by its scientific discoveries, Idunn Technologies has as its mission to :
BECOME AN INTERNATIONAL LEADER IN PREVENTIVE MEDICINE AND NEW NATURAL MOLECULES DEDICATED TO HEALTH AND AGING.
OFFER THE POPULATION THE BEST RECOMMENDATIONS AND PRODUCTS, TO PROVIDE ALL THE BENEFITS SOUGHT TO AGE WELL.
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