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Life Sciences Policy Forum

Ontario has a new majority government that will be tasked with transitioning Ontario to a new triple bottom line economy. Fiscal responsibility, social impact and sustainability will be key priorities influencing policy development over the course of the next four years. Facing productivity and commercialization gaps, youth unemployment,  climate change and increasing healthcare costs, this government must find policies that support economic growth while addressing these social challenges. What does this mean for life sciences?
Last year, LSO explored best practices in developing economic clusters that are competitive in a global economy. Building on this theme, this year’s symposium will discuss policy options that could support cluster development, reduce business and regulatory burdens and increase competitiveness to position Ontario as a leader in life sciences; all while contributing positively to Ontario’s triple bottom line. Join us as leaders in the life sciences industry discuss how policy can position Ontario for global success.

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CenturyLink Breakfast Event: A Reset on the Panacea of Cloud

Join us for this informative breakfast session on Monday, November 3rd from 8:00am - 10:30am as we slice through the panacea that cloud computing has become, and learn how your organization can realize the true value of cloud.

IT Analyst Michael O’Neil will introduce his new book The Death of Core Competency: Cloud Computing and Management in the Zero-friction Future All attendees will receive a free copy of Michael’s book.




Presented by the National Crowdfunding Association of Canada and HiveWire

Workshop Overview

In this accelerator style full day workshop, you will learn how to launch, design and market a successful crowdfunding campaign with confidence. Learn how to leverage data-driven insights gained from analyzing over 400,000 crowdfunding campaigns and launch your campaign with confidence. NCFA Community Partners receive a 10% discount from the member price using this partner link.

Who is this workshop for?

This workshop is for individuals and groups interested in maximizing the potential for using crowdfunding to raise capital and engagement for their business, organization, or project.  Workshop sessions are suitable for all organizations including new ventures (start-ups), small to medium-sized businesses, enterprise, social ventures, not-for-profits, creatives and more.

Workshop Details and Location:

Date: Thursday, November 6th, 2014

Time: 9:30 am 4:00pm EDT

Venue: Centre for Social Innovation (CSI Spadina), Whole Connector Boardroom

Address: 215 Spadina Ave. Toronto, ON M5T 2C7

Cost: $245 NCFA members (lunch included)

Registration: NCFA partner link (10% off member price)

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