ALFRED – On March 22 and 23, le Collège La Cité’s Alfred Campus will be the host of one of the largest business development and opportunities summits ever presented in the region.
Presented in partnership by the Prescott-Russell Community Development Corporation (PRCDC), the Prescott-Russell Entrepreneurship Academy, The United Counties of Prescott and Russell and le Collège La Cité, the Prescott-Russell Rural Business Summit will provide a bilingual forum for business people, local government, the services sector and youth to explore opportunities, determine how collaboration can spur new innovative ideas and make plans for more rapid economic progress. The program will include:
· Keynote speaker presentation: Cyril Leder, President of the Ottawa Senators and head of IllumiNation LeBreton will kick-start the Summit, sharing the Vision of Rendezvous LeBreton Group and explaining the concept of “innovation in collaborative mode”.
· A series of videos of regional business success stories and “surprise guests” that will demystify the concept of innovation and diversity.
· Workshops and presentations unveiling opportunities for business investment and future growth.
· B2B meetings, a “Let’s Talk Business” Lounge and experiential collaborative labs offering multiple networking activities and will certainly inspire ideas and future business.
Visit www.ruralbusinesssummit.com to reserve.
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