National Business and Technology Conference

Something big is approaching. I think you know what. Throw in some key words such as “Recession” and “Environmental Catastrophe” and it couldn’t be more obvious. If you guessed the 9th annual National Business and Technology Conference (NBTC), you’re bang on.

NBTC is here! From March 20 to March 21 you can witness this annual phenomenon at the MaRS Collaboration Centre. We are bringing in the heavyweights of technology and business to give us a professional view as to what measures need to be taken for you and businesses to strive in the shaping economical and environmental landscape. We want to prepare you to be able to acclimatize to anything that is thrown at you, but we can only do that if you join us at the NBTC.

Our theme this year is Adaptability. In a world in constant flux, being able to succeed in whatever situation is crucial. Our seminar hosts and activities are all based around our theme. We are bringing owners of Green IT businesses of Lumen Earth and Cybernomics to talk about the business advantages of becoming green. Our keynote speakers bring great experience at business market strategy as they are a founder of a major food company and an expert advisor in business start-ups. Attendees will broaden their understanding of financial markets and their behavior in our stock exchange challenge, showcase cutting-edge technology and business ideas in our Entrepreneurial Competition, and expand their presentation and analytical skills in the Consulting Case Competition.

If you want to equip yourself better for what is to come, come to this conference. We are prepared to help our attendees gain greater business acumen and insight into possible career paths into the unknown and highly variable future.

Right now, all engineering departments and many colleges are subsidizing part of the ticket price so you get great value for your dollar. Check the website, www.nbtc.ca, to see how much your department or college subsidizes your ticket. To register, either sign up online or submit a form and cheque to the EngSoc office. Adapt today for tomorrow!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *