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2018 CAMSC Connect Plus (Halifax)

CAMSC, the Black Business Initiative, Centre for Women in Business and Immigrant services Association of Nova Scotia and Nova Scotia Business Inc (NSBI) are proud to join forces and invite emerging and established Aboriginal, minority and diverse-owned businesses to join us as we explore business opportunities in corporate Canada’s supply chain. Learn what it means to be CAMSC certified and how it provides you with the connections to gain market access to potential opportunities. We currently have more than 80 corporate members and since our inception in 2004, CAMSC certified suppliers have been awarded more than $3 billion in contracts with our corporate members. 

Come connect with corporations and hear about their commitment to supply chain diversity, emerging project opportunities, key requirements and next steps to doing business with them through our Business Opportunity Roundtable discussions.

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Date: October 26, 2018
Location: Hampton Inn & Homewood Suites 
1960 Brunswick Street | Halifax, NS

7:45  Networking - Deluxe Continental Breakfast – Connections Café
8:30  Welcome
8:35 Opening Remarks 
8:45  Workshop #1 – Supplier Panel Certified companies speak about their experience with procurement (challenges and successes)
9:30 Workshop #2 - Skills Workshop
10:30 Nutrition Break – Connections Café
10:45  Workshop # 3- Live Case Study of Lending / Support Organizations and their clients
11:45 Luncheon Speaker - Opportunities within the Oceans SuperCluster
1:00 Networking Break
1:30 Work shop # 4 - Panel Discussion: The value of certification to growing your business
2:15 Sourcing Roundtable Sessions: Corporate Members (4 X 20-minute rounds)

Corporations to attend include: RBC, Michelin, Province of Nova scotia, OSME, Dalhousie, EY, Accenture

3:45 Wrap Up & Closing Remarks



Hampton Inn by Hilton 1960 Brunswick St


Categories: Celebrations


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Rodrigo Altaf