Roundtable: “Reconciliation in a Divided Culture” with Michael Ramsden

Roundtable: “Reconciliation in a Divided Culture” with Michael Ramsden

December 3rd from 10h00 – 11h00

“Reconciliation in a Divided Culture” With Michael Ramsden

“Why is there so much bitterness in our society?” Mr. Ramsden has heard this question in Canada and in every place he has spoken in 2019 including the United Kingdom, the Ukraine, Australia, Hong Kong, and Nigeria. He says, “Global culture seems to have converged on a very negative aspect. If the cry for justice is based on bitterness, even when you get justice, you are left with bitterness.” Is there an alternative? Come hear and interact with Michael Ramsden.

Roundtable: “Inside the Entrepreneurial Mind” with Don Simmonds

Roundtable: “Inside the Entrepreneurial Mind” with Don Simmonds

November 27, 2018 from 12h00 to 13h30

A serial entrepreneur shares what makes him tick, and then opens up for an honest Q and A with those in the room. What drives the desire to create new business? How does government inspire or discourage? What about the growing income inequality? Can the “1%” problem be solved? What is the impact of the changing view of leadership? Any other question you might have?

Roundtable for Parliamentarians: “Reflections on a Trade Challenged World” with Rob Wildeboer

Roundtable for Parliamentarians: “Reflections on a Trade Challenged World” with Rob Wildeboer

October 31, 2018 from 12h00 to 13h30

Martinrea is a global automotive parts supplier based in Canada, with $4 billion in revenues and 15,000 employees worldwide, operating 44 plants in eight countries on four continents. The current international trade environment, as well as the challenges of one of the most innovative and technologically advanced industries in the world, provide a suitable background to discuss issues of politics, culture and adaptability in a changing world. Martinrea has been heavily involved in international trade and policy discussions involving the automotive sector. Join Rob Wildeboer, co-founder and Executive Chairman of Martinrea, and fellow colleagues for a roundtable discussion on how to persevere and succeed in this challenging environment.