GATINEAU, Quebec – The Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business (CCAB) is pleased to host the third annual Aboriginal Entrepreneurs Conference and Trade Show 2013 (AECTS 2013) on November 4, 5 and 6, 2013, at the Hilton Lac-Leamy in Gatineau, Quebec.
This event will highlight the significant role Aboriginal people, communities and businesses play in the economic development of Canada. Major projects happening across Canada and positive attitudes from corporate Canada towards partnering with Aboriginal businesses and communities have primed the Aboriginal business sector for success.
“As host, I am excited by how this conference facilitates business deals and builds relationships for Aboriginal entrepreneurs so that they can have success now and in the future”, says
JP Gladu, CEO and President of the CCAB. “Aboriginal Businesses are now firmly on the road to significant growth in Canada. The changing attitude towards the importance of Aboriginal companies is creating an opportunity for deals that will benefit our communities with jobs and investment. This year’s conference will showcase not just why, but how these opportunities can become reality”.
AECTS 2013 is an opportunity for players in the Aboriginal community to connect with major developers from the private sector and government. Entrepreneurs at this three-day event, with 400 participants and over 40 exhibitors, will learn how to fully participate in the ...
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