Laura Couvrette is a Partner in the Audit and Accounting group at Fuller Landau. With over 17 years of experience in public accounting, and a brief tenure in the finance group at Corus Entertainment, she helps entrepreneurs and owner-managers achieve their growth plans, pay less corporate and personal tax, and increase their wealth.
Clients describe Laura as organized, results-driven, and skilled at staying calm and thinking strategically to identify solutions in high-pressure situations. She is attentive and proactive when it comes to client service, and diligent in following projects through to completion. Her clients span a range of industries including manufacturing, distribution, entertainment, communications, retail, and consumer products.
Laura is a co-chair of Fuller Landau’s Marketing Committee, and a member of the firm’s Growth Committee and Human Resources Committee. She is an active mentor to a number of managers and directors on the team, ensuring they continually grow and develop on a professional level.
Outside of the office, Laura is an avid cyclist and world traveler with a passion for distance running, having completed numerous half and full marathons. As a nature enthusiast at heart, she is a member of the Board for the Jane Goodall Institute of Canada, and was recently designated a Woman for Nature by Nature Canada.
Academic Achievements, Memberships and Professional Designations
- Member, CPA Canada
- Member, CPA Ontario
- CPA Designation, 2002
Community Initiatives/Community Organizations
- Participant, Ride to Conquer Cancer
- Board Member, The Jane Goodall Institute of Canada
- Member, Nature Canada – Women for Nature
- Member, Women’s Executive Network
- Co-Chair, Fuller Landau Marketing Committee
- Member, Fuller Landau Growth Committee
- Member, Fuller Landau Human Resources Committee
Recent Posts by Laura
If you are like most small and medium sized construction companies, you have been focused on growing your business by investing in new equipment, hiring new staff and networking to ensure you have the opportunity to bid on new contracts. But what you might not have considered is whether or not your job costing and... Read More
With a significant portion of the population approaching retirement age, the number of owners contemplating the sale of their business is greater than ever. However, the process of selling your business is considerably more complex than one might think. There is a great deal of preparation involved to ensure the value of your business is... Read More
According to research conducted by the Ministry of Economic Development and Growth, only 9.8% of Canadian Small and Medium Enterprise (SME) owners have a formal written succession plan. This is surprising, given what we know about the demographics of our population and that there is a significant number of business owners who will sell or... Read More