Owner and director Angelique Boileau says developing the careers of others within the technology sector is important to both her business and for the future of South Australia.
“I am honoured to be a part of this crucial industry that is stimulating the economy by converting bright ideas into thriving enterprise,” said Angelique.
Boileau is offering three traineeships to school leavers who are seeking a career within this industry.
“I am passionate about our state, SA businesses and the technology sector,” she said. “We must invest in developing the talent that we have in this state to ensure that we flourish.”
The traineeships allow school leavers to enter the rapidly evolving and developing technology sector and learn on the job while participating in a mentoring program with Angelique and the Boileau Executive team.
“I have always had a desire to succeed in business and relationships and the key has been to give back when and where I can. Developing others’ careers in this sectors is not just the right thing to do it is the smart thing to do in business.”
Boileau Business Technology has operated in SA for 25 years and was listed as a top 100 business in the 2015 InDaily Business Index.
Angelique attributes the success of the company to “surrounding myself with people who challenge the status quo and who adapt quickly to changing market demands”.
“The future requires us to be aware of technological advances and innovations to ensure that these are available to benefit our customers and the environment in which we live and work,” she said.
“It is vital we pass on these skills and market knowledge to the next generation of young South Australians.”
About Boileau Business Solutions
Boileau Business Solutions is a leading South Australian Information and Communications Technology (ICT) company, providing ‘End-to-End’ Business Solutions to the SME business sector for over 25 years.
Founded by Angelique and Michael Boileau in 1989, Boileau is a family owned and operated company. The company has continuing, long term partnerships with Fuji Xerox and NEC.
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