Research has clearly demonstrated that companies who put technology at the forefront of their business strategy grow faster and are more profitably than the competition.
This is the topic that will be discussed on February 12 2010 in Toronto at the Sutton Place Hotel in the middle of Canada’s financial hub. The Economic Club of Canada is presenting this lunch session entitled, Technology as Growth Driver for Small Business featuring a panel of 4 outstanding speakers:
Kevin Peesker – Dell Canada Vice President and General Manager – Kevin is responsible for all aspects of Dell’s sales and marketing activities as well as guiding a team of professionals who deliver customized product and service offerings created for Canadian commercial businesses of 1 to 500 employees.
Debra Ruh – Founder and CEO of TecAccess – TecAccess is the leading provider of accessible Information & Communication Technologies (ICT) for the world’s largest and fastest growing minority group – People with Disabilities, Baby Boomers, and Veterans with Disabilities.
Mark Graham – Founder RIGHTSLEEVE – RIGHTSLEEVE is one of the industry’s most innovative promotional products companies. Utilizing a unique mix of design, technology and promotional media, RIGHTSLEEVE develops merchandise programs for brand leading corporations.
Berj Bannayan – Softwear Engineer with Soho FX – Soho FX is a popular and well-respected studio in Toronto. They specialize in 3D animation, digital compositing, and software development for some of Hollywood’s most popular action films including this year’s The Book Of Eli.
In this discussion, the panelists will share how you can put IT strategies to work in your own growing business. Sharing personal experiences, the panelists will detail technology strategies that enabled them to outperform the competition and allowed them to focus on the core competencies of their business.
For more information please visit the Economic Club of Canada website.