In addition to leading AMI’s healthcare practice, Guillaume founded and currently directs AMI’s sister company, Global Health Intelligence (GHI).
The projects Guillaume and his team handle for AMI’s healthcare practice are focused on a variety of key sectors, including medical equipment/devices, pharmaceuticals, home healthcare and health insurance, among others. They center on competitive intelligence, market sizing, risk assessment, best practices and other types of strategic analyses to help companies promote growth while minimizing risk.
Guillaume is also known as a thought leader in the Latin American healthcare space, contributing analysis pieces to AMI Perspectiva and serving as a lead author of influential whitepapers, such as 5 Mega-Trends in Latin American Healthcare.
Besides his experience in directing more than 400 client engagements in the LatAm healthcare space, what drives Guillaume’s success with AMI’s healthcare practice is his continual work in developing HospiScope—the world’s largest database of Latin American hospitals—and SurgiScope, a database of medical procedures performed in the region’s facilities.
Prior to co-launching AMI, Guillaume served as Associate Managing Director at Kroll, helping businesses navigate challenging macroeconomic landscapes by assessing potential market risks and identifying and monitoring industry best practices. In addition, Guillaume was Regional Director: Mexico and Central America for InfoAmericas, leading business intelligence operations for those markets.
Guillaume was a Laureate for the “Prix Releve Excellence” from HEC Montreal in 2011 and received the “Outstanding Business Award” from the Canadian Chamber in Mexico in 2014.
In addition to completing graduate work at Stanford University’s School of Business, Guillaume has a B.A. in International Trade and Entrepreneurship from HEC Montreal.
He is fluent in English, French and Spanish.