2015 Thunder Bay Luncheon

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Aboriginal Business Luncheon:
The evolving faces of Aboriginal business

September 10, 2015 | 11:30 am – 1:30 pm
Valhalla Inn
Thunder Bay, ON

To register, click here.

If you have any issues, please contact Lynda Keith.

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On September 10, 2015 the Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business (CCAB) will be hosting an Aboriginal Business Luncheon: The evolving faces of Aboriginal Business. This luncheon will feature keynote speakers Nicole Bourque-BouchierChief Executive Officer, and David BouchierPresident, Bouchier Group.

Since the recession of 2008-2009 Aboriginal businesses within the resource sector have felt a significant change in the availability of contract opportunities. The Bouchier Group has been a leader in Aboriginal businesses who have been able to create significant wealth and employment growth within the resource sector. Much of their success came from key changes within the company and strategic partnerships formed with Corporate Canada.

This keynote presentation will discuss the following:

  • how The Bouchier Group has managed to rapidly grow and challenges faced;
  • recruitment, hiring and training of Aboriginal peoples ready to enter the evolving resources sector; and,
  • reflections on how The Bouchier Group maintain a sense of community within their company.

Agenda

11:30am Registration and networking
12 noon Lunch
1:00pm Keynote address
1:20pm Q & A
1:30pm Event to conclude

Registration information

Individual Tickets: Tables of 8:
CCAB Aboriginal Business Members $67.80 (taxes included) $542.40 (taxes included)
CCAB Members $79.10 (taxes included) $632.80 (taxes included)
Non-members $90.40 (taxes included) $723.20 (taxes included)

Sponsorship information

Get noticed sponsor a CCAB event! Sponsorship opportunities are now available. Sponsorship of events is a main source of revenue for the CCAB which contributes to our day-to-day operations, enables us to continue to deliver quality programs, and provide platforms for discussion, knowledge sharing, understanding, and potential business opportunities between Canadian businesses and Aboriginal entrepreneur’s & communities.

JOIN US in our mission to foster sustainable business relations between First Nations, Inuit, and Métis people and Canadian business.

Please contact Lynda Keith to learn more about sponsoring this event.