“Since I started my IT company in 1999,” Rozansky says, “I’ve noticed that during election season, business craters. My home and business clients are uncertain about their future so they hold off on making changes to their computers or networks until after the political dust settles.
“Everything remains stays quo until after the election. I have gotten used to it.”
But, says Rozansky, this election is different and Les Specialistes HCS has received a boost from an unexpected source – the PQ.
“As soon as Premier Pauline Marois announced her star candidate, Quebecor’s Pierre Karl Péladeau, my phone has been ringing off the hook and my email box is full.”
Rozansky attributes the uptick to a surge in Quebecers boycotting Videotron, which Quebecor owns. He says they are calling Les Specialistes HCS to correct issues resulting from switching their internet and cable provider.
“People run into issues when switching from Videotron to their new providers and there is a bit of tweaking necessary to keep everything running properly.”
“Business is up 500% since the PKP announcement,”