Michael Dadoun in Montreal

Archive for April 2015

michael-dadounThe co-founder at UpClick.com which is a complete payment solutions platform. It delivers expertise in conversion funnel optimization in the digital goods industry. He believes that the customers’ requirements can be met with a set of objectives that can be measured. A CFA by qualification and Finance as his base expertise, he has overseen 50 M & A deals, before co-founding UpClick.com in 2006.

Michael Dadoun has expertise in IT based industries like e-commerce, online advertising, and SEM and PPC.

Simple rules of management

Montreal-based UpClick.com is at the forefront of the e-commerce industry, due to the painstaking work done by Michael Dadoun. His pleasing mannerisms and his interest in the progress of his employees has seen UpClick.com grow steadily but surely in a short time. He has worked on tailor-made payment processing solutions for online business enterprises.

His approach is one of being a great listener. He is supportive of new ideas and shows interest in his employees. This has brought him 100 per cent loyalty of his employees.

Michael Dadoun does not buckle under any kind of pressure and is always composed and works towards solving problems rather than worrying on the outcome.

The business of e-commerce is growing at a fast pace and strong business acumen is required to predict the trends. His quick decision making capability helps him to steer clear of any major issues. This has helped UpClick.com and its customers stay in the competition.

Role model

Flexible leadership style and communication skills are the hallmark of modern leaders. Proper communications helps in creating bridges with the employees. The instructions are clear and there is no confusion on the job to be executed.

CEO Michael Dadoun offers a lot of practical lessons to young management students and graduates. His diverse experiences as finance analyst and later in-charge of M & A business has given him deep rooted interest in internet based technologies.

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