Eugene began his business career in 1982 with Trimel Corp., a medical publishing company he sold to Thomson Corp. in 1989.
Eugene is the Founder and former Chairman and CEO of Biovail Corp., what was once Canada’s largest publicly traded pharmaceutical company with more than C$1-billion in annual revenue.
He was named EY Entrepreneur of the Year in 1999 and was selected as one of the Top CEOs of the Year in 2001 by Canadian Business Magazine.
Eugene retired as Biovail’s Chairman in 2007 when the company was acquired by Valeant Pharmaceuticals, now known as Bausch Healthcare.
In 2018, Eugene purchased a medical device company specializing in the diagnosis of neurological disorders based in Pittsburgh. The company was renamed Neurolign Technologies in 2019 and Eugene is Chairman and CEO.
Eugene also acquired Clean Beauty Collective Inc. (formerly Fusion Brands Inc.), a boutique beauty company specializing in creating and manufacturing brands that are organic, ethically sourced and eco-conscious. He also founded Providence School in Barbados, a pre-kindergarten to Grade 10 institute that is committed to academic excellence.