Statopex is actively involved and is a member of various Quebec, Canadian and North-American professional associations.
Here is a partial list of professional associations in which we are actively involved:
MSPA - Mystery Shopping Providers Association
The MSPA is the largest professional trade association in its industry, dedicated to improving service quality using anonymous resources. With over 400 member companies worldwide, their diverse membership includes marketing research and merchandising companies, private investigation firms, training organizations and companies that specialize in providing mystery shopping services. Their member companies work with their clients to establish mechanisms to measure and improve levels of customer service.
Daniel Chailler, Founder and President of Statopex, is a member of the board of directors of the Mystery Shopping Providers Association.
RAC - Retail Advertising and Marketing Club
RAC, the Retail Advertising and Marketing Club, is based in Toronto, but has members across Canada. RAC's objective is to provide a forum for retail advertising and marketing professionals to meet, discuss vital issues, explore trends, exchange ideas and experience dynamic presentations featuring renowned retailing experts.
CQCD - Conseil Québécois du Commerce de Détail
The "Conseil québécois du commerce de détail" represents the business community of Quebec retailers, promoting its sector of activities and defending the interests of its members in order to ensure a solid development of Quebec's retail trade.
CTAC - Council of Food Processing and Consumer Products
The Council of Food Processing and Consumer Products (CTAC) is a combination of the strengths of the industry, regrouping the "Association des manufacturiers de produits alimentaires du Québec" (AMPAQ), the "Conseil de la boulangerie du Québec" (CBQ), the "Association des abattoirs avicoles du Québec" (AAAQ) and the "Conseil de l'industrie acéricole" (CIA).
Its mission is, on one hand, to represent, promote and defend the interests of its members to all parties of the food processing and consumer products industry, and on the other hand, to feature the competitiveness of its members on the Quebec, Canadian and foreign markets.
Canadian Franchise Association
The Canadian Franchise Association represents over 350 franchise companies and the professionals who support this way of doing business. Our board of directors represents all regions of the country, and promotes a strong code of ethics as well as the mandatory use of the CFA disclosure document guide. In signing on as a CFA member, a company agrees to give potential franchisees all the information they require to make a viable business decision.