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Greater Niagara Chamber of Commerce

Shaping Niagara


Building the Foundation of a Resilient Future Through Business-Led Recovery: Competitiveness, the Long Game, and Our Ethical Future

We invite you to join us for these crucial conversations where we will be drawing on visionary experts and leaders from around the country and region, to assess and debate where we are right now, where we can go from here, and how we can get there.

Join us on Tuesday, November 2 between 8:00am and 12:00pm as we explore these important issues and opportunities.

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Niagara’s Competitiveness

Everything has changed, and Niagara’s traditional picture of itself may no longer hold true. Our panel of local, provincial and federal experts will convene to discuss Niagara’s place in the bigger picture and how Niagara can position itself to move forward in the 2020s.

The Long Game

There are many new opportunities that will appear this decade, and also new challenges. There are also existing barriers that will take a long time to fix. This panel will look at the long-term opportunities and problems that Niagara faces and tease out plans to start addressing both.

Our Ethical Future

Consumers, workers, and businesses are more concerned with ethics than ever before. This panel will examine how the appetite for gender equality, LGBTQ rights, truth and reconciliation, living wages, climate change mitigation, diversity and inclusion, and other issues of ethics and fairness are impacting the business world, and how we can navigate them.

Welcome from Niagara Economic Development

Welcome from Dr. Lynn Wells, Interim President, Brock University

Welcome from Sean Kennedy, President, Niagara College

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