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Challenges, Opportunity and Community in Aboriginal Business
by pmnationtalk onSeptember 9, 2015465 Views
“Challenges, Opportunity and Community in Aboriginal Business”
On September 10, 2015 the Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business (CCAB) will be in Thunder Bay, ON hosting an Aboriginal Business Luncheon on the theme of “The Evolving Faces of Aboriginal Business”, featuring keynote speakers Nicole Bourque-Bouchier, CEO, and David Bouchier, President of The Bouchier Group (Fort McKay, AB).
The Bouchier Group has been a leader in Aboriginal business within the resource sector and has created significant wealth and employment growth within the resource sector – with much of their success coming from key changes within the company and strategic partnerships formed with corporate Canada.
Nicole and David Bouchier will cover how they have managed to grow despite these challenges; recruitment, hiring and training Aboriginal people so that they are ready to enter an evolving resources sector; and insights on how The Bouchier Group maintains a sense of community within their company.
Aboriginal Business Luncheon: The evolving faces of Aboriginal business
Thursday 10 September 2015, 11:30 – 13:30
Valhalla Inn, Thunder Bay ON P7E 6J1
For interview or additional information, please contact:
Senior Manager, Sponsorship and Events LKeith@ccab.com 416-961-8663 ext. 224
This event represents a valuable opportunity to capture images of our keynote speakers, learn more about Aboriginal business and the Canadian resource sector and the role and influence of the Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business.
The Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business’ mission is to foster sustainable business relations between First Nation, Métis and Inuit peoples and corporate Canada: www.ccab.com