Join us for a complimentary admission into the 2011 Canadian Manufacturing and Technology Show.
This year’s registration also serves as an opportunity to win a VIP Evening at the Air Canada Centre to see the Toronto Maple Leafs against the Winnipeg Jets.
This year’s CMTS is a great way to gather information about the manufacturing and engineering industries. Whether you are an entrepreneur, small business owner or simply work in the industry, these information sessions will provide insight into the innovative solutions and competitive advantages that can be earned with an investment in technology. Participate in panel discussion to learn industry trends and offer solutions to problems you may have already faced. Live equipment demonstrations will showcase the ability of technology to enhance productivity.
Key guest speakers this year include: Kevin O’Leary and John McElroy
Kevin O’Leary has developed a cult following with his pull-no-punches look at the good, the bad and the ugly of business and investments. His entrepreneurial vision, investment smarts and drive to succeed are regular features on the CBC’s Dragon’s Den, BNN’s SqueezePlay and O’Leary Live, CBC Newsworld’s Lang & O’Leary Exchange, and ABC’s Shark Tank. In 1986, O’Leary co-founded SoftKey Software Products, and by the late 1990s, the company had acquired numerous competitors including Compton’s New Media, The Learning Company, Mindscape and Broderbund. In 1999, the Mattel Toy Company purchased SoftKey for $3.7 billion, one of the largest deals in the consumer software industry.
With his assertive, opinionated nature, razor-sharp business advice and compelling personal anecdotes, Kevin O’Leary continues to impress and inspire entrepreneurs wherever he speaks.
Born into an automotive family, John McElroy took his first plant tour when he was only six years old. Reading every book about cars he could obtain led to an understanding of automotive engineering principles. He succeeded in amateur road racing, gained valuable insight as an hourly UAW employee while in college, and eventually became an automotive journalist.
He spent five years as Detroit editor for Road & Track magazine, and has been a regular guest on ABC World News Tonight, CBS News and NBC Nightly News. Today, in addition to hosting the Emmy Award-winning television program Autoline, John McElroy hosts Autoline Daily, the first webcast of industry news and analysis, and broadcasts five daily radio segments on the CBS affiliate in Detroit. His unique insight is highly valued by manufacturers and suppliers both inside and outside the automotive industry.
The process allows for complimentary admission (a $25.00 value) and the chance to be entered in a draw to win a VIP Evening at the Air Canada Centre to see the Toronto Maple Leafs vs. The Winnipeg Jets on
October 19th 2011.
You do not want to miss this opportunity to network, and be amazed at the technologies you didn’t know existed. After coming out of this event you may be able to change your current processes to maximize productivity. We hope to see you there.