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You are cordially invited to a networking opportunity and new member welcome. In this session you will hear a panel discussion from top executives in the industry. The topic of discussion will be based around the research conducted in gender diversity in the Canadian consumer products and retail industry. You won't want to miss this executive panel discussion and the opportunity to network with some of the best minds in the business.
For your copy of "Women, Leadership and the Power of the Purse: Gender Diversity in the Canadian CPG Retail Industry" click here.
Carol Stewart, President & CEO, Kellogg Canada Inc.
Mary van Praag, General Manager, Coty Canada
Chris Vickers Tucker, President & General Manager, The Clorox Company of Canada Ltd.
Miyo Yamashita, Partner, Enterprise Risk, Deloitte
Joan Toth, CEO and President, Network of Executive Women
7:30 am – Breakfast
8:00 am – Opening remarks, Guest Speaker
8:30 am – Panel Discussion
9:00 am – Net Working Break
9:30 am – Question & Answers
10:00 am – Closing
$25 for members (plus GST at checkout)
$50 for non-members (plus GST at checkout)
Pre-registration is required - walk-ins will not be accepted at the door.
Registration assistance - click here
Who should attend
Emerging leaders, executives, men and women professionals who would like to connect with other professionals in the region.
Cancellation and Refund/Transfer Policy
Full refund and ticket transfers available 10 business days prior to the event date. All requests for REFUNDS must be made no later than Tuesday, February 19. Click here to submit your formal request in writing.
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Portions of this event may be photographed and videotaped for use by the Network of Executive Women in its sole discretion. Any and all attendees of the event may be videotaped and/or photographed while in attendance and attendees will not be compensated in any fashion for use of a videotape or photograph containing any attendee's image or likeness.