The ADHOC team

ADHOC is a team of translators, copy editors and project managers whose primary objective is to meet its clients' needs. Technical and budgetary constraints, deadlines, brand image, and communication objectives are just some of the aspects we consider when seeing a project through its various stages: estimate preparation, translation, copy editing, quality assurance, and document finalization.

Choosing ADHOC as a partner to meet your needs regarding language solutions is choosing fast service without compromising on quality. The years of experience of our translators and copy editors, coupled with their bachelor's and master's degrees in translation or linguistics, ensure you obtain linguistically irreproachable texts. Furthermore, the IT skills of the ADHOC team perfectly complement their knowledge of language, providing you with a final product that not only meets your technical needs but also saves you time and money. With the help of various state-of-the-art specialized computer tools, our translators, copy editors and administrators work together to manage large projects and complete them quickly.

In short, choosing ADHOC is choosing the synergy of the ADHOC team.

Gilbert Mercure

IMG_3160 - Copie (2)President and founder of ADHOC L.S.

and President and co-founder of the creative agency Zou!Com

One of Gilbert's entrepreneurial characteristics is definitely his ability never to lose sight of the targeted objectives to meet. Creative, imaginative, and blessed with an excellent sense of objectivity, Gilbert understands what makes each client unique, enabling him to adapt to all clients and find ways to ensure they are entirely satisfied.


Ève-Lyne Thivierge

Operation Manager

A highly entrepreneurial business person having undergone trainings in psychology and administration, Ève-Lyne is the cornerstone on which the company's operations rest. Honest, determined, and highly skilled at human analysis, she ensures that ADHOC remains a vigorous company and employee of choice year after year.

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