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Canada has Missed the Boat in Asia

Tuesday, May 3, 2011, 6 to 8:30 p.m., First Canadian Place Gallery, 100 King St West, Street Level, Toronto
Featuring:
  • • Andrea Mandel-Campbell, Journalist and Author of ‘Why Mexicans Don’t Drink Molson’
  • • Jacoline Loewen, Director, Loewen & Partners Inc
  • • Dev Srinivasan, Vice President, BMO
  • • Gordon Perchthold, Managing Partner, The RFP Company
Are Canadian corporations soft, complacent and overly protected or have the examples of Bombardier, Manulife, and RIM demonstrated that Canada can effectively compete in fast paced, high growth Asia?
Join IAAT’s debate as Andrea Mandel-Campbell – journalist and author of ‘Why Mexicans Don’t Drink Molson’, Jacoline Loewen – Director of Loewen & Partners Inc, Dev Srinivasan – Vice President of BMO, and Gordon Perchthold – Managing Partner of The RFP Company, together with the audience debate the question raised by Dean Kathleen Slaughter’s November 2nd statement in the Global & Mail Newspaper:  “Canada Has Missed The Boat in Asia.”
Canada’s relevance in Asia is a critical issue for Canada’s future economic prosperity and should be a key election issue for Canadians to ponder.
Light snacks will be served. 
Registration:Register
  • • IAAT Supporter*: $20 ($22.60 HST)
  • • Renew for or become an IAAT Support and attend this event – for alumni who graduated in 2009 or before: $70 ($79.10 with HST)
  • • Renew or become an IAAT Support and attend this event – for alumni who graduated in 2010 or after: $50($56.50 with HST)
  • • Ivey Alumni: $40 ($45.20 with HST)
  • • Non-Alumni: $50 ($56.50 with HST)


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