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Registration now open for Outlook 2012 at www.outlookconference.ca
The Atlantic Provinces Economic Council presents
APEC's 17th annual Business Outlook Conference provides essential economic intelligence to guide your strategic plans and an opportunity to join in the discussion of Atlantic Canada's most important business issues.
November 7 Saint John, NB - Hilton Saint John/Convention Centre
November 8 Charlottetown, PEI - Delta Prince Edward
November 9 Halifax, NS - Cunard Centre
November 10 St. John's, NL - Delta St. John's
This year's conference theme:
LET'S GET OUT OF HERE
How we're taking on the world
Atlantic businesses are increasingly turning their eyes to new opportunities, whether in Western Canada, Latin America, Europe or fast growing Asian markets. But firms are looking abroad not just to find new markets, but to source key inputs, import the latest technology or find the best workers for their companies. Established Atlantic businesses are forming international partnerships to strengthen their competitive position and new firms are positioning themselves to be global leaders.
Outlook 2012 is focused on our global linkages and how we can use them to create a stronger economy and a better future for Atlantic Canada. The conference will consider these key questions:
- Where are the best market prospects for Atlantic firms?
- How do Atlantic businesses manage the risks associated with going global?
- How are Atlantic firms positioning themselves to be global leaders in their field?
- What policies are needed to further encourage Atlantic Canada's global linkages?
Speakers include: John Adams (Stantec), Mike Ashar (Irving Oil), Deirdre Ayre (Other Ocean Group), Tony Hall (Welaptega Marine), Don Hyman (Iron Ore Company of Canada), Steven Kay (The Orb Factory), Steve Kelley (Charlottetown Metal Products), Mike Wilson (AIL Group) and Karl Kenny (Marport Deep Sea Technologies).
Register today for Outlook 2012 at www.outlookconference.ca