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CAMSC’s Speaking Engagement at Women in Business

Jul 21, 2016

North America Summit

In mid-June, CAMSC President Cassandra Dorrington was invited to speak at Business Women‘s Trade Mission in Atlanta. As part of a delegation led by Government of Canada officials, the business women attendees benefited from on-the-ground support and heightened credibility in Atlanta market.

Through high-caliber networking opportunities, potential business-to-business meetings and other valuable programming, this women-focused (Inclusive of women of color and aboriginal women) trade mission offered exclusive access to top companies looking to source from women owned businesses.

During the three day trade mission, there were multiple conference panels covering a variety of relevant topics, and panelists contributed with valuable insights, resources information and encouragement to women.

As the President and CEO of CAMSC, Cassandra was invited to speak as a panelist in following two workshops:

  • Entrepreneurship: Managing Gender Bias – Education & Engagement
  • Tools and Resources: Tapping in to MNE Diversity Programs

If you are interested or wish to participate in future events of this nature, please contact CAMSC or  visit Government of Canada for more info about the conference and upcoming trade missions.


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