The success of Louis Chenevert in his career positively influences individuals who aspire to be entrepreneurs in the corporate world. He previously helped several companies through his knowledge and skills in investment. The influential businessman’s effort in the business sector is acknowledged by investors and corporate leaders across the universe.
Louis Chenevert earns an incredible reputation for his legacy at United Technologies Corporation, where he rose through the ranks to become its chief executive officer. Before joining UTC, he served other institutions for over a decade. Louis acquired his knowledge and skills in business at HEC Montreal, a branch of HEC Montreal University. He received an undergraduate degree in production management from the institution and later began his journey in the corporate world. His academic credentials helped him in securing an employment opportunity at General Motors branch that was located in St. Therese. Louis Chenevert used his knowledge to expand his career, which saw him being promoted to a production general manager. He later quitted his job fourteen years then, after getting an employment opportunity at Pratt & Whitney that specialized on manufacturing aircraft engines.
Six years later, in 1996, Louis Chenevert got an employment opportunity at United Technologies Corporation that had initially fathered Pratt & Whitney. He was appointed as a president of the entire division and later became its chief executive officer in 2006. His outstanding leadership skills during his tenure at UTC saw him assisting the company to acquire Goodrich, which had a value of over eighteen billion dollars. Chenevert’s hard work and determination while conducting his duties made him earn a contract with US government, to be the sole supplier of F-35 engines. He also ensured the growth of UTC’s Sikorsky division, a leading manufacturer of helicopters and services in heating, air refrigeration and air conditioning.
Louis Chenevert influenced UTC’s current scholarship program to help employees in the growth of their career. The renowned leader stopped serving as an employee in 2014 after his resignation from the United Technologies Corporation. He is currently offering advisory services to several companies including the Marketing Banking Division of Goldman Sachs. Louis is a member of several associations including AIAA, Congressional Medal of Honor Foundation, and Business Round Table, among others.