Spoiler Alert:
Canadian Tech is Winning

A CityAge Digital Event In collaboration with communitech to craft a vision for Canadian global tech leadership

Thursday, October 28th, 2021 | 1:00-2:30 pm ET


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“To have a healthy ecosystem, you need big trees. We need more big trees, otherwise, when the storms come through, stuff gets wiped out.”
Chris Albinson, CEO, Communitech

 PEOPLE, PLANET, AND PROFITS:
CANADIAN TECH FOUNDERS CAN BE TRUSTED TO WIN

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At a time when global trust is at a premium, Canada’s tech founders are poised to be the leaders the world wants and needs.

By building profitable, trust-based technology that addresses critical problems, our growing roster of Narwhals (companies with $1 billion in annual revenue) have situated us to build and define a new national brand: Tech For Good.  

On October 28, we’ll hear from the founders building Canada’s Narwhals. We’ll look at how to win the global trust economy with tech that protects people’s health, wealth, security, privacy, air and water. Join the discussion and learn why Canada is the best place in the world to build an ethical technology company.

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event THEMES include:

Sam Liccardo

Mayor of San Jose, CA 

Libby Schaaf

Mayor of Oakland, CA

Emma Stewart

Head of High Tech, Engie Impact

Mary Papazian

President, San Jose
State University

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agenda

9:15 - Welcome & participant introductions by CityAge

9:17 - Intro and Preview of the CityCube, by IBI President David Thom


9:25 - CityAge introduces Rick Cole as moderator of session


9:26 - Rick’s opening comments

9:30 - 9:50: Three comments on the question: What’s the status and future of Silicon Valley’s infrastructure and urban design?

9:48 - 10:40: Round robin, led by Rick Cole

10:40 - 10:45: Closing thoughts & thank you, by Rick Cole
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