Unfortunately, the verbal part of the presentation does not play very well on its own, without the visuals and magnetic presence of Colleen herself. Still, might be helpful to some people.
Attend the filming of the exclusive “Thinking the Unthinkables” debates on Nov. 20, 2008. The debates will take place at the Rogers offices in the Velma Rogers Theatre, 333 Bloor St. East.
As part of this group, you will witness a series of engaging debates moderated by Joe Chidley, Editor of Canadian Business and Steve Maich Executive Editor of Maclean’s. Topics will range from integration and immigration to the oil sands and education. You will also have the opportunity to participate in an audience question and answer session after each debate.
Don’t miss this opportunity to hear some of Canada’s brightest minds debating issues important to Canadians (speaker/topic details below). This event is FREE. RSVP to Sarah-Jane.Pearce@publishing.rogers.com.
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Wednesday, November 26, 2008
8:00 a.m. to 12:15 p.m.
Mississauga Convention Centre
Don’t miss this exciting opportunity to hear from some of the best small business thinkers in Canada as they discuss how to find growth in a struggling economy. This is a FREE event.
In the face of the ongoing US economic crisis that is pulling down economies around the world, 2009 promises to be a year of both challenge and opportunity for Canadian businesses. CEOs and other senior directors need significant exposure to expert opinion, new ideas and new strategies to maintain growth and competitive advantage. To facilitate this, SAP cordially invites you to the Small and Mid-sized Business Growth seminar to hear from a series of Canadian experts on the topic of Growth in 2009.
David Thomson, best-selling author of Blueprint to a Billion & the upcoming Leading Forward
Ian Portsmouth, Editor, PROFIT Magazine
Gordon Heard, CA, Principal Advisor, IFRS in Canada
Reserve your space today. Space is limited.
For the complete agenda, visit http://www.leadingforward.ca/leadingforward