Every successful businessperson you come across has a story to tell. Louis Chenevert is a Canadian executive and a successful businessman. He has transformed the business community through his exceptional skills in a leading tech company. At the United Technologies Corporation, Louis serves as the CEO and chairman. This American company is known for its specialized services in development and research. Many other industries benefit today from the high-tech products this company manufactures.
The company has a big name in manufacturing industrial products, security and fire systems, escalators, building systems, elevators, airplane engines, HVAC systems, and aerospace systems. Louis has played a great role in making the company attain the tremendous growth it takes pride in today. He has also used his unique leadership skills to lengthen the contract the company has with the United States Military. With the positive reputation, Louis Chenevert has acquired, the company has attained more new clients for its products. Louis knew lack of a good reputation is the reason many clients leave one company for another. For this reason, he had to zealously guard his reputation and that of the company to thrive in business.
Sides being born in Canada, Louis was also brought up in Canada. He later moved to the United States to fulfill his dream in entrepreneurship. When someone has a big dream, he can do anything big to achieve it. He graduated with a degree in Commerce from the University of Montreal. Since he wanted to earn some money for his daily upkeep, he looked for a job after his graduation. Louis Chenevert applied for a job vacancy at Generals Motors and he got it. He worked in this automobile company for 14 years and decided to quit.
He got another job vacancy in 2009 at Pratt and Whitney. Afterward, Louis Chenevert joined the United Technologies Corporation. His zeal and passion saw him climb to the top ranks in this company. His top-notch management and experiences have brought this company to where it is today. Louis has been a vice chairman of The Business Council, which is an American business organization. He retired from UTC in 2014 to play an exclusive advisory role in the Merchant Banking Division of Goldman Sachs.