Vladimir Matovic


Throughout my studies in Economics at Wilfrid Laurier University, I was very interested in how environmental decisions gain large traction when backed by data and the economic case. After graduating with an MA in Business Economics along with a double major in Economics and Financial Management, I began working for Autocase, supporting their economic research efforts to build a software that supports sustainable decision-making for architects, engineers, consultants, and building owners. Since the software’s release, I now collaborate on clients’ building projects, supporting their efforts to engage stakeholders, make informed decisions, and ultimately bolster the viability of sustainable building projects.