F&M is seeking for sponsors that provide services to the attending organizations' executives related to their corporate needs in the fields of insurance, finance, human resources and legal. ECO Canada has already confirmed their interest in becoming an organizing sponsor for the conference. We plan to have only one sponsor for each discipline with a maximum of five sponsors. The sponsors will have the opportunity to have a small display at the conference center coffee networking area and to speak at one of the panel sessions about the key areas where their discipline will assist the executives. The sponsor’s session is not intended to be a sales pitch, but should focus on how their services and experience will assist the attending executives to mitigate legal, human resources, finance, and insurance issues/needs.
Law Practice Sponsor
At Gowling WLG, we strive to be adaptive, insightful and completely dedicated to the results that matter most to you. With over 1,400 legal professionals working around the world, we know the importance of investing in relationships that build knowledge and trust, all while providing legal advice that's tailored to the world you live in.
We provide multi-jurisdictional support in key global sectors, including energy, natural resources, technology, life sciences, financial services, infrastructure, real estate, automotive, and aviation, aerospace and defence. We're also home to one of the world's premier intellectual property practices, and deliver a full suite of commercial law and litigation services.
ReNew Canada is the voice of public sector infrastructure in Canada. Through our editorial, we provoke readers to discuss the policies, planning approaches and funding tools necessary to rethink, rebuild and renew our nation’s public infrastructure assets.
Founded by industry veteran Todd Latham and published by Actual Media, ReNew Canada is a national large-format bi-monthly print and digital magazine that provides news and information on the projects and stakeholders, ideas and innovations that drive infrastructure professionals and their organizations. Through our themed issues and expert reporting, we cover planning, design, engineering, construction and asset management of public sector assets in buildings, transportation, energy, public works and public spaces.
Key players, C-Suite executives and senior policy makers alike turn to ReNew Canada for exclusive insightful content to help them build resilient public assets – join them at www.renewcanada.net.
After almost a decade of honing his skills at two of Alberta’s largest brokerages, our President founded Pro-Source Insurance and Risk Management in January 2014 with one goal: To build a boutique insurance brokerage dedicated to the environmental sector.
Through our daily work with environmental consultants we have developed a deep understanding of the complex insurance products in this sector and this expertise differentiates Pro-Source from other brokerages.
Ensuring coverage integrity is our primary focus and is at the heart of our process. This begins with investing the time to fully understand the operations and risk profile of our clients and using our relationships with the environmental underwriting community to obtain the best policy terms and pricing. We utilize these advantages to deliver bespoke insurance programs and to provide unrivaled service to our clients daily. Whether you’re an independent consultant or a large firm with international operations, we’re confident we can deliver significant value to your organization. Discover the Pro-Source advantage today! www.pro-source.ca
Roynat Capital provides creative financial solutions to mid-market companies to help facilitate their success whether in Canada or beyond its borders. We have built our reputation as leaders in this sector by putting our understanding of mid-market businesses to work for our clients. And we've been doing so for the past fifty years.
Roynat is a wholly owned subsidiary of The Bank of Nova Scotia. Our financing solutions are complementary to traditional lenders and are drawn from a variety of financial instruments. But it's our creativity that really sets us apart. We provide financing options for Management Buy-outs and Management buy-ins as part of succession planning and exit strategies in the consulting industry.
Our team has a wealth of experience across a wide variety of sectors and with nearly every business event imaginable. Yet we approach each opportunity with a fresh perspective to create innovative capital solutions tailored to your unique needs.
Environmental Services Association of Alberta
The Environmental Services Association of Alberta (ESAA) was established in 1987 and is a business association with a business approach to providing programs leading to its members corporate success! Since it has been established ESAA has continued to provide its members with educational publications and conferences much needed in the ever changing environmental industry, as well as providing important networking opportunities. ESAA is committed to promoting its many members and their services.
British Columbia Environmental Industry Association
The BCEIA is British Columbia’s most recognized and longest running professional business association focused on building strategic partnerships and offering a ‘strength in numbers’ approach with their like-minded membership. BCEIA members enjoy the ability to access various levels of government involved in our industry as well as international trade agencies doing business with British Columbia and Canada. BCEIA conferences and events allow members to learn from high profile guest presenters and provide a forum that is focused on professional growth and information sharing in the environmental sector.
EMA of BC
Environmental Managers Association of British Columbia
The EMA of BC is a non-profit organization that was founded in the early 1990s. A group of environmental managers performing environmental work in the industrial, commercial, and institutional sectors banded together to share their environmental management experiences and learn from one another as they tried to understand and cope with emerging environmental regulations. The EMA of BC encourages education, share knowledge among members and create a forum for environmental management issues.
Saskatchewan Environmental Industry and Managers Association
SEIMA is a provincial association of companies and individuals within the environment industry whose members consist of environmental companies and environmental managers from various economic sectors such as mining, forestry, agriculture and governments as well as product and service providers to the industry. This diversity of membership is one of SEIMA’s greatest strengths as it creates linkages between the environmental industry, industries that are concerned about their environmental impact and government agencies that are responsible for environmental regulations or business development within the environmental sector.
Manitoba Environmental Industries Association
MEIA is a diverse group of Manitoba companies and organizations and provides opportunities to expand contacts, gain business development information, stay current with governmental policy and legislation, and increase knowledge of environmental practices and initiatives. MEIA assists its members in the business of the environment through: provision of HR services, collaboration with government and other organizations, communication of environmental issues, support for the development of innovative technologies, provision of a networking forum.
Environmental Services Association Maritimes
Founded in 1994, ESAM has been operating for over 20 years as a not-for-profit business organization dedicated to the promotion of environmental products, services and organizations within the environmental industry. Our Board brings a diverse skill set to ESAM, with representation from the Federal Government, academia, the consulting industry, and even business owners. The breadth of experience is impressive and includes expertise in the fields of environmental assessment, fisheries and wildlife, hazardous materials, site assessment, remediation, and research and development. ESAM serves the Maritime Provinces of Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, and Prince Edward Island.
The largest network of environmental experts in the province of Quebec, Réseau Environnement is a reference of undisputed excellence, which acts as a catalyst for solutions towards a sustainable society.
Réseau Environnement represents over 2000 environmental professionals working in the private, public, municipal and para-public sectors. For over 55 years, this non-profit organization has been committed to promoting environmental best practices and innovation. To achieve this, the association organizes many events destined to sharing new knowledge in the environmental industry. It also offers municipalities support and excellence programs pertaining to climate change, water and waste management. Réseau Environnement also developed the innovative Traces Québec, the only waste tracking tool in Quebec, which ensures the responsible management of contaminated soils, among other uses.
Ontario Environment Industry Association
Established in 1991, ONEIA is the business association representing the interests of the environment industry in Ontario. Our network of thousands of contacts includes key people at environmental technology, product and service companies, law, investment and insurance firms, institutes, universities and governments. Through their innovation and experience in Ontario and around the world, Ontario’s environment industry provides market-driven solutions for society's most pressing environmental problems.
Newfoundland and Labrador Environmental Industry Association
The Newfoundland and Labrador Environmental Industry Association (NEIA) is a not-for-profit association of businesses that promotes the development of clean technology and the growth of the green economy in Newfoundland and Labrador. To accomplish this, NEIA aims to: contribute to the development of new enterprises; the retention and growth of existing local enterprises; the attraction of new enterprises to the region; and the creation of conditions for these activities to take place – be it through regulatory frameworks, general business climate, or sector awareness.
Canadian Federation of Independent Business
The CFIB is a non-profit business organization representing the interests and concerns of over 109,000 Canadian owners of small and mid-size enterprises (SMEs) to all three levels of government. Issues of concern to the Canadian SME community are identified by CFIB members through surveys, opinion polls and face-to-face visits. Members’ views and opinions are then delivered to all three levels of government in the form of research reports, meetings and testimony.
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