Keynote speakers announced for RDBN Business Forum
|Wednesday, 04 July 2012 14:34|
Two keynote speakers have been secured for the upcoming RDBN Business Forum in Smithers.
Neil Godin (a.k.a The Turnaround Guy) is a native of Vancouver, Canada, and is president of Neil Godin International Inc. A former business journalist, he is one of North America's leading business speakers, trainers and writers. As a conference speaker and seminar leader, he has addressed more than 300,000 people from coast to coast. As a trainer and speaker he has worked with many Fortune 500-level companies—including Ford, Shell, KPMG, Dun & Bradstreet, ReMax, Primerica, Intrawest/Intracorp, Best Western, McDonalds and Subway Restaurants, RBC/The Royal Bank, Telus, and many others. As a trainer, Neil is responsible for a number of well known innovations, including programs such as “Relationship Banking,” originally developed for The Royal Bank, and now adopted by financial institutions around the world.
Peter Tertzakian is an economist, investment strategist, author and public speaker. He is Chief Energy Economist & Managing Director at ARC Financial Corporation, an energy-focused private equity firm. With over 25 years in the energy industry and finance industry, Tertzakian is responsible for strategic investment research. His two books, A Thousand Barrels a Second and The End of Energy Obesity, both examine the transformation of the global energy sector through economic, environmental and geopolitical pressures. In addition to English, translated versions of his books have been published in Chinese, Japanese and Arabic. Passionate about the history and direction of energy in society, Tertzakian delivers speeches and presentations at events around the world. Over the years he has given advice to corporate leaders, policy makers and students, which have earned him many accolades for his work. His background in geophysics, economics, and finance has established him as an internationally recognized expert in energy matters.
The Regional District of Bulkley-Nechako, in conjunction with the Bulkley Valley Economic Development Association will be hosting the 4th annual Regional District of Bulkley-Nechako Business Forum.
October 16th and 17th
Hudson’s Bay Lodge
Registration opens August 15th, 2012
The Forum consists of:
You can find out more by visiting www.rdbn.bc.ca.