The CE3C conference is organized into five panel sessions, two special keynote speakers, a couple of ‘Corporate Case Studies’ and several other quick briefs such as the Executive Survey results. And of course, many networking breaks and a wonderful dinner overlooking Vancouver Harbour. Delegates will enjoy a vibrant lineup of speakers, expertly moderated to get to the heart of each topic and provide ample time for Q&A. The panelists include executives in the industry and experts with deep industry knowledge in the topics to be discussed. Your moderators will engage both the panelists and the audience with pertinent questions to ensure valuable discussion and meaningful interaction.
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In addition to the panelist/speakers indicated in the panel sessions above, the Canadian Environmental and Engineering Conference is pleased to announce that it has secured Dr. Ken Coates, Canada Research Chair in Regional Innovation at the Johnson-Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy, University of Saskatchewan as one of our keynote speakers. An additional high-profile keynote speaker will be announced soon.
Attending executives will be required to submit a simplified, high-level survey to gauge how the attending executives view key issues impacting the industry. These key issues include sustainable growth, mergers and acquisitions, sector commoditization, employee engagement, and future of the industry. The survey results will be presented at the beginning of the conference and details shared with all delegates on a confidential basis. This benchmarking study was first begun in 2018 and helps set the tone for many of the conference discussions. For details on this survey and past results, please contact Leroy Banack.
Corporate Governance Roundtable
According to the Financial Times, it’s “crucial to the achievement of a new frontier of competitive advantage and profitability.” Corporate governance has a direct impact on any organization’s strategic decision-making process which involves the Board of Directors, their conduct and how they govern the organization. The roundtable discussion involves senior Directors from diverse organizations discussing their experience of how they have dealt with specific corporate challenges they encountered while serving Boards of different organizations.