2019 Aboriginal Economic Development Conference

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Thank you for attending the 2019 AEDC. Join us at our Vancouver Gala on Sept. 26, 2019.

CCAB’s 5th annual Aboriginal Economic Development Conference (AEDC) focuses on the Aboriginal economy with engaging keynote presentations and panel discussions pertaining to challenges, opportunities, and best practices for the future. Building and expanding on CCAB’s Aboriginal Procurement Marketplace, this year’s conference aims to increase procurement opportunities and bids and to provide direct contact between Procurement Champions and Certified Aboriginal Businesses.

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Events are one of the main sources of revenue for the Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business. Sponsorship of events contribute to CCAB’s day-to-day operations. Sponsorship enables CCAB to deliver quality programs and provide platforms for discussion, knowledge sharing, understanding and potential business opportunities between Canadian businesses and Aboriginal entrepreneurs and communities.

Sponsorship Benefits:

  • CCAB provides your company exposure to events that attract 400+ delegates.
  • CCAB events create networking opportunities with Aboriginal peoples and businesses across Canada.
  • Supported CCAB events build prosperity in Aboriginal communities.

For more information on sponsorship, please contact Lynda Keith or Paul-Emile McNab.

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Agenda and Speakers – May 9, 2019

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Venue Address

The Westin Calgary

320 4th Avenue SW

Calgary, AB T2P 2S6

Accommodations

The CCAB has reserved a number of rooms for AEDC attendees. Group rate is available until April 15, 2019. Book today!

For phone reservations, call 1-888-627-8417 and state group name “2019 CCAB Conference and/or Gala” to reserve a room.

Deposit and Cancellation Policy – A deposit of one night room and tax is required at time of booking.  Cancellations received within 72 hours of the scheduled arrival date on the booking, the deposit will be non-refundable.

Registration Information

Ticket Level  Cost (fee + tax)
CCAB Aboriginal Business Members (ABM): $395.00 + $19.75 = $414.75
CCAB Business Members : $495.00 + $24.75 = $519.75
Non – Members : $595.00 + $29.75 = $624.75
Student*: $165.00 + $8.25 = $173.25

*Student: Must present valid student ID.

Event Registration Terms and Conditions

Invoice Payment – Invoices can be requested by emailing events@ccab.com.  Payment must be received prior to event date.

Guest Names and Dietary Restrictions – Please send all guest names and dietary restrictions to events@ccab.com by May 1, 2019. We still try our best to accommodate any dietary restrictions submitted after this date.

Cancellation Policy – Cancellations must be submitted in writing, via email, to events@ccab.com no later than May 1, 2019 at 5pm EST. No refunds will be granted following the above noted deadline. Refunds will not be granted for no-shows, substitutions are accepted only.

Donate Back Tickets – If you are unable to secure a guest for a seat, please consider donating unused tickets back to the CCAB. The CCAB will do their best to fill the seat on your behalf. Should you have any tickets you wish to donate back to the CCAB please email events@ccab.com.

Last Minute Registrations – Please note online registration closes one week prior to event day. Last minute registrations maybe allowable depending on seat availability. Payment must be received within 24 hours of request. Please send all requests to events@ccab.com.

Photography Clause – CCAB has contracted the services of a photographer for this event. The photographer shall have the right to photograph all registered delegates at the event, CCAB shall retain the right to the exclusive use and ownership of original material and reproductions whether for publicity or otherwise.