Jean-Charles Cachon has been teaching Organisational Strategy at the Laurentian University Faculty of Management since 1983. He has lectured and given conferences at numerous foreign Universities in Australia, Canada, China, France, Mexico, New Zealand, Scotland, U.S., U.K. He is a member of the International Advisory Board of the Universidad Autonoma de Nuevo Leon Business School (Monterrey, Mexico). Hon. Consul of France in Sudbury(2002-2017).
- Maîtrise ès Arts Économiques, Paris
- M.A. Marketing (M.Sc.), Sherbrooke
Jean-Charles Cachon is the Chair of the Small Business Research Group at Laurentian University. His research is focused upon innovation among Small and Medium Enterprises in the mining service sector, Aboriginal Entrepreneurship, and Entrepreneurship in Canada, the U.S., and Mexico. Member USASBE.
Knight of the National Order of Merit (France)Founder award - Collège BoréalBest Paper Award ICSB
Robichaud, Y., Cachon, J.-C., and R. Haq (2010) 'Motives, Success Factors, and Barriers among Canadian Female Entrepreneurs: The Case of Greater Sudbury' Entrepreneurial Practice Review. 1, 2, 36-65.Cachon, J.-C., (2013) Paleo Aboriginal Entrepreneurship. Journal of Australian Indigenous Issues Cachon, J.-C., H. Blanco (2008) « Innovation, Marketing, & Management Strategies Among Mining Supply Firms: Comparison Canada - Chile 53rd ICSB Conf. Proc. 36 p.Cachon, J.-C., and Cotton, B. (2008) Long-Term Effects of Active Entrepreneurial Training on Business School Students' and Graduates' Attitudes Int. J. of Bus. & Glob., 2, 1, 17-32.Cotton, B., and J.-C. Cachon (2007) Resisting the Giants : Small Retail Entrepreneurs Against Mega Retailers. J. of Small Bus. & Entr. 20, 2 135-150.