This session entertains a panel of experts from different sectors to talk about the current: state of Broadband in the province, and what is needed next to get everyone to the CRTC's mandated minimums by 2030.
This interactive session combines a practical, educational presentation with a hands-on workshop, with lots of opportunities for networking. It's an ideal way for attendees to network with people they may not know.
Social good usually refers to a good or service that affects the largest number of people in the largest possible way. When companies only focus on shareholders, they affect a small number of people relative to the larger society.
This presentation will initiate a conversation about the broader GIS needs for contemporary economic development professionals, and how existing systems can be further improved to provide the solutions they need.
This panel will speak to the current situation, projected trends and ways to share resources with your local business owners on how to engage and attract women into STEM fields whether that is as a new startup venture or career path.
This presentation will outline the needs of rural communities, invite them in to conversation and provide information on the new Business Link Rural Services Network and how rural communities can get involved.
A fourth agricultural revolution is underway, and Canada needs to seize it. The Internet of Farming, powered by advanced technologies like autonomous tractors and drone-mounted sensors, is already transforming the way we produce food.
Collaboration is essential for strong communities and to build a sustainable economy. According to a survey by Salesforce, 86% of employees and executives cite lack of collaboration and ineffective communication for workplace failures.
In this session, YouTube experts Auret Esselen & Jewel Tolentino will highlight some of the practical ways they are helping companies and organizations grow their social media presence through YouTube.
In 2007, the boards of three economic development agencies in southern Alberta signed a memorandum of understanding agreeing to work together for mutual purpose to promote the alternative energy assets of the region