Louis Chenevert is businessman and an executive from Canada. He is most well-known for being the chairman and CEO of a leading tech company, the United Technologies Corporation. The United Technologies Corporation is a fully pledged American company that specializes in a number of research and development. The company is also manufacturing a number of high-tech products that is being used in a vast number of industries. Some of their products include airplane engines, aerospace systems, HVAC systems, elevators, escalators, fire and security systems, building systems, and industrial products. The leadership of Louis Chenevert saw tremendous growth, and the company’s contract with the United States Military lengthened. New clients also started dealing with them because of the positive reputation that Louis Chenevert left.
Born and raised in Canada, Louis Chenevert transferred to the United States because of his dream to become a successful entrepreneur. He transferred to the United States several years ago. When he was still in college, he chose the University of Montreal and took up a Bachelor of Commerce degree. He started looking for a job after college because he wanted to earn money to support himself, so he tried his luck with General Motors and he got hired. He worked for them for more than 14 years, and after he grew tired of working in the automobile industry, he decided to look for another job.
He transferred to Pratt and Whitney in 2009, and later on joined the ranks of the United Technologies Corporation later in 2006. Louis Chenevert managed to lead the company to greater heights, thanks to his experiences with management and leadership. He was promoted to become the chairman and the chief executive of the company, and while tending to his corporate duties, he also served as the vice chairman of the executive committee of The Business Council, an American business organization. After 12 years of working with the United Technologies Corporation, Louis Chenevert decided to retire. He stepped down from his position in 2014 and has been enjoying his life ever since. In 2015, he decided to join Goldman Sachs, taking up the role as an exclusive advisor for the Merchant Banking Division of the company.