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Business Forum at the Design Exchange


March 17, 2010
by Canadian Architect

Taking place at Toronto’s Design Exchange (DX) on March 24, 2010 from 9:00am to 4:30pm, this event showcases a number of speakers, the list of which follows:

 

The State of Design: The Canadian Report 2010

Presented by: Philippe Richer, Deputy Director, Service industry and Consumer Product Branch, Industry Canada; William Nicol, Economist, Service Industry and Consumer Product Branch, Industry Canada; and Jean-Michel Laurin, VP, Global Business Policy, Canadian Manufacturers and Exporters.

 

Creativity in Design: A Pedagogical Framework to Support Creativity and Innovation

Presented by: Steven Stott, Education Program Manager at AutoDesk UK, and Mike Santolup, Teacher of Design, John Paul II Catholic Secondary School, London District Catholic School Board.

 

Design Policy

Presented by: Samantha Sannella, President and CEO, Design Exchange, and Linda Lewis, Professor Emeritus, Ryerson University.

 

BioBusiness

Presented by: WhalePower & EnviraNorth Systems LTD.

 

Stories from the Trenches: How DIAC is Connecting SMEs to Strategic Design

Presented by: Arlene Gould, Strategic Director, DIAC, and Tim Poupore, Chair, DIAC.

 

Breakout Sessions
Presented by: Cooler Solutions

 

Participate in this engaging forum about the importance of design in our lives. The cost is $20 for DX members, and $55 for non-members. For further details and to learn how to register, please visit www.dx.org/index.cfm?pagePath=Professionals_in_Design/Workshops_Charrettes/Design_Business&id=6606 or contact Noa Bronstein, Professional Development Coordinator by telephone at 416.216.2120 or by e-mail at [email protected].



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