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The Canadian Environmental Engineering Executives Conference (CE3C) was specifically designed by F&M Management and Actual Media as an exclusive forum for executives at the highest level of the environmental engineering and consulting industry in Canada.  With demand high for this kind of gathering, the inaugural conference in October 2018 was a great success. Fifty-five executives representing forty different firms from across the country attended. 

The networking value and constructive peer-to-peer industry dialogue among the executives during this first event was a key highlight in the feedback we received in our the post-conference survey. The overwhelmingly positive responses provided a proven model and clear path for us to build on additional keynote and panel speaker ideas, unique program content and engagement opportunities for CE3C 2019 and the virtual CE3C 2020 events.  

CE3C 2021 will be just as valuable for our returning executives and those new to the C-Suite, so we hope you will join us! 

WHO ATTENDS CE3C?

View the complete list of attendees at CE3C 2020 by downloading the list of attendees below. 

THE INDUSTRY

The Canadian Environmental & Engineering Consulting Industry comprises thousands of professionals in various engineering and scientific disciplines. The services provided by the industry support major sectors of the Canadian economy, generate billions of dollars in revenue while creating thousands of direct and indirect employment opportunities for Canadian professionals. The industry is made up of highly skilled professionals with university, college and technical school credentials and designations.

THE CONFERENCE

The conference provides a venue whereby senior executives in the industry can meet and discuss key issues facing the industry. Through a high-level benchmarking of the industry the senior executives will be able to track Key Performance Indicators (KPI) while discussing the KPIs and other relevant operational and corporate topics important to their Canadian operations in a panel session forum at the conference. The many challenges facing the industry include: impact of the economy on the industry; market supply chain management impact; shortage of talent; commoditization of services; globalization of service offering and active mergers and acquisition impact; ownership transition due to aging principal owners; and many more operational and corporate issues.

The conference will create a platform through which executives can discuss these critical issues facing the industry and specifically their organization. There will be an excellent opportunity for the executives of the industry, for the first time, to gather, network and discuss many of their common interests.