November 29, 2017 (register by November 22)
8 a.m. to 9:30 a.m.
Location: College of Registered Nurses, 890 Pembina Hwy
Speaker: Carly Edmundson, Executive Director of Marketing & Communications for CentrePort Canada
As Manitobans, we know the special appeal of our prairie province. In recent years, businesses from around the world have started to take notice, too. And no one knows that better than CentrePort Canada, North-America’s largest inland port. More than 50 new companies are in various stages of development on more than 300 acres, representing more than $300 million in capital investment.
So how do they do it? Join us on November 29 to hear key insights from Carly Edmundson, Executive Director of Marketing & Communications for CentrePort Canada. Highlights of the presentation will include:
- key elements of CentrePort’s marketing strategy;
- their successes and lessons learned;
- examples of how you can take these principles and apply them to any business; and
- special considerations for marketing to organizations beyond borders.
Carly is a creative professional with more than 10 years of experience in marketing and communications. She has worked in a variety of industries, including prior positions at Winnipeg Airports Authority, Price Industries and Wellington West. As the Executive Director of Marketing & Communications for CentrePort, Carly enjoys building partnerships with local, national and international businesses and promoting the province’s inland port to companies around the globe. She is a member of the Board of Directors for the Young Associates and a volunteer coach for the Asper School of Business’s JDC West Team Toba.
This event is sponsored by Cision:
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