Innovation Leadership & Social Give Back Gala

30th Annual CATAAlliance Innovation and Leadership Awards Gala Dinner May 21, 2015, Hosted by the Sprott School of Business at Carleton University

 

Date:

May 21, 2015

Location:

River Atrium & Conference Rooms, River Building at Carleton University, 1125 Colonel By Drive, Ottawa, Ontario.

Dress is business attire.

Time:

4:45pm - 5:45pm:
Gala Reception & Business Networking

6:00pm - 9:00pm:
Gala Dinner and Award Ceremony

9:00pm - 10:00pm:
Business Networking Cafe

Guest MC Paul Brent, former host of CTV's Tech Now, will lead an Al Star Executive Panel focusing on Social Give Back & Community Leadership

Cost:

Individual tickets - $200
Corporate Tables - $1,800 (seats 8) with logo

For more information please contact: Cathi Malette, CATAAlliance cmalette@cata.ca

 

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Interested in Participating? Contact CATA CEO John Reid at jreid@cata.ca

 

The 30th Annual Gala celebrates the best-of-the-best award-winners across the spectrum of advanced technology areas. Check out the award categories !

 

Join us to celebrate the best of Canadian innovation and see the world's most adopted technologies.

For three decades, the CATAAlliance Innovation and Leadership Awards Gala Dinner has been celebrating the best in Canadian advanced technology. It has become one of the most eagerly awaited events in Canada's business calendar.

At the Awards Gala, the winners are recognized for their innovation, expertise, and leadership in Canada's advanced technology community. View our 2014 Winners! As a special feature this year, CATAAlliance will recognize the winner of our one year long video contest about the "1 Change for the Better" we might do that would change our lives in any or all of the following ways: enhance competitiveness and the creation of jobs, improve quality of life, and, strengthen communities and the social fabric.

This year's theme is Social Give Back & Community Leadership

Hear from our keynote, Josh Blair, Chief Corporate Officer, TELUS, whose corporate mandate includes attracting and retaining the best talent in the communications industry, fostering world-leading team engagement and inspiring more than 40,000 team members globally to put customers first and give back in an unparalleled manner to our communities.

Under his leadership, TELUS has earned numerous national and international accolades. For example, TELUS has been recognized as having the top philanthropic corporation globally by the Association of Fundraising Professionals and a worldwide leader multiple times over in learning excellence by the American Society for Training and Development.

As a strong supporter of TELUS’ commitment to give where we live, Mr. Blair also serves on the Board of Directors for the Sandbox Project and the Board of Advisors for the Cures for Kids Foundation as well as being vice-chair of the TELUS Vancouver Community Board.

Please take 5 minutes to view TechNOW’s leadership video with Mr. Blair who offers his views on Digital Adoption in Canada.

Our keynote will also join an Executive Panel of public and private sector executives who will share leadership insights into Social Give Back and Community Leadership.

Some of the key topics that we will explore include:

  • the power of innovation leadership in building healthy and sustainable communities
  • the CEO is not the only leader any more
  • organizations for the future, what should they look like
  • best practices for corporate engagement and community success

Our experts will help provide a vision of Leadership for the 21st Century, including: a Mayor from an Innovative City; CEOs from start ups to large flagships; and, public sector leaders.

All Star Executive Panel:

Sandra Wear, CEO, CanWIT, a bold thinking entrepreneur with 15+ years experience, 2 startups, 6 M&A/Financing transactions, 100's of entrepreneurs. Champion of Be Like Ada, To empower girls to build what they dream.

Brad Woodside, one of Canada’s longest standing Mayors & champion of community engagement for social causes.

The Right Honourable Paul Martin, founder of the Martin Aboriginal Education Initiative & distinguish community and political leader

Alumni CTV, Tech Now Moderator, Paul Brent, will engage the Panel in lively discussions. Gala guests are also able to pose questions prior to the event via email to: info@cata.ca.

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