EnVue : voir plus loin is an independent optical trade magazine specifically geared to francophone eyecare professionals.

Understanding the uniqueness of the francophone market, EnVue : voir plus loin provides relevant content that helps this sizeable demographic remain informed about an industry that is evolving at lightening speed!

Closing and Publishing Dates 2017


 Closing Dates   Publishing Dates
  Edition   Reservation   Material   Digital Edition   Print Edition
 January / February  January 6, 2017  January 13, 2017  February 7, 2017   February 16, 2017
 March / April  March 3, 2017  March 10, 2017  March 31, 2017  April 11, 2017
 May / June  May 5, 2017  May 12, 2017  June 1, 2017  June 12, 2017
 July / August  June 9, 2017  June 16, 2017  July 14, 2017  August 11, 2017
 September / October  August 25, 2017  September 1, 2017  September 26, 2017  October 5, 2017
 November / December  October 20, 2017  October 27, 2017  November 22, 2017  December 1, 2017

Distribution


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*Based on the August/September 2016 edition

Digital Editions
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Editorial Team


AnneMarieJoncas1Lorraine Boutin
Editor-in-Chief
Journalist researcher for television and radio (Radio-Canada, Télé-Québec, TVA) for a long time and content-creator for different companies, Lorraine Boutin is an expert in content-popularization and information processing. She is passionate for every topic, as long as it is a good story to share with the public. Under her leadership, EnVue : voir plus loin aims to present different perspectives on optical news and the industry issues.

 


Camille DG
Associate Editor
Camille Dg is a social media strategist for various companies in Quebec and Canada. She is also a freelance journalist for several  print and online publications such as SweetSpotQc, MagazineUrbain, Canoe.ca and a columnist on television for Mr. Clean on Musique Plus and LeLab on Vox.

 


Marie-Sophie Dion
Associate Editor
Owner of  the 3 “Bar à lunettes”, optician, designer, board member of the “Silmo d’Or” in Paris and devoted mother of two boys, Marie-Sophie Dion runs a hundred miles an hour. In her “Bar à lunettes” located in Montreal, St-Lambert and Sherbrooke, more than 3000 original frames selected worldwide are displayed. With her team of opticians who have the keen eye of professional stylists, she will help you choose the perfect frames for you, the ones that will get you noticed!


Dominique MeyerDominique Meyer
Associate Editor
Clinical researcher, national and international lecturer, ophthalmologist Dominique Meyer stepped away from the RAMQ 12 years ago to found a private surgical institute in Quebec (www.institutprivedechirugie.com), which allows her to devote her expertise to refractive surgery, as well as cosmetic eyelid procedures.

 


BarbaraBarbara Pelletier
Associate Editor
Barbara practices at IRIS in Welland, Ontario, where she is a partner. She has extensive experience in perioperative care after refractive surgery. Passionate about nutrition, Barbara responded to the growing anxiety regarding nutrition and what to eat to maintain healthy eyes by publishing the book Eyefoods: A Food Plan for Healthy Eyes with her colleague Laurie Capogna.

Editorial Themes


January / February
Video Games: Harmful for the Eyes?
Video games in both 2D and 3D, are known to cause eyestrain, but can they harm the eyes in
other ways? Do the risks of eye problems increase with the amount of time spent gaming? How
can these problems be prevented or alleviated? Eye specialists will address these issues and
more in this feature.


March / April
The Latest in Sun Lens Technologies
Sunglasses with high-tech lenses now provide wearers with a unique user experience. From
special lenses for driving to wrap-around frames designed to protect the eyes from dust, dirt and
intense glare, these developments also represent an exciting opportunity for retailers. This story
will feature interviews with the manufacturers of high-tech sun lenses and offer suggestions on
how to leverage this part of the optical market.


May / June
Generating Website Traffic
Website owners are constantly trying to drive more traffic to their sites. With the exponential
increase in the number of new websites and blogs, competition is getting more intense and the
rules are evolving in response. Experts in the field provide us with proven strategies to bringing
quality traffic to your website.


July / August
Relieving Dry Eye Problems
As the population ages, growing numbers of people are affected by the problem of dry eyes.
What are the main causes, symptoms and consequences of ocular dryness? What treatments are
available to relieve this condition? This feature will provide an overview of dry eye syndrome,
including new products and other treatments that have been developed to treat it.


September / October
What Men Want
When it comes to choosing optical glasses or sunwear, men have traditionally favoured technical
features that ensure comfort, quality and strength. However, a growing number of men are
making their choices based on fashion considerations. Designers and manufacturers are riding
this fashion wave, creating more stylish and exciting men’s collections than ever before.


November / December
Turning a Profit with Kids’ Eyewear
Children’s eyewear represents a significant share of the overall optical marketplace. But while
many opticians and optometrists consider children’s eyewear an important part of their practice,
few are specifically trained to work in this field. In this feature, manufacturers, opticians,
optometrists and eyecare specialists share their thoughts on the best ways to maximize your
sales to this important market.

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