Guelph Technology Economy Conference

Guelph Technology Economy

Fast, agile, independent business solutions 

During this economic downturn, we've been hearing and reading a lot of bad news about the state of business in North America.  However, there are a number of local success stories that have not been told -- until now.

How are these businesses surviving and thriving in these tumultuous times?

Join us to hear from global thought leaders and local companies that are making the transition to a new and prosperous economy.  


Event Date:
Tuesday, January 19, 2010
700 Woodlawn Road West, Guelph

Keynote Speaker

Jim Estill is a time-management expert who credits much of his economic success to applying strategies that have allowed him to make the most of his time.  After graduating from the University of Waterloo with a degree in systems design engineering, he started EMJ Data Systems. Estill took this company from the trunk of his car and grew it to a staff of more than 300 people and $350 million in annual sales. He sold EMJ to SYNNEX, a global information technology supply chain, in 2004.

Cost: $65 per ticket
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