TORONTO, Dec. 6, 2012 /CNW/ - Media are invited to attend Trend Spotting - CMA Ontario's Winter Conference featuring tips on top business trends from some of today's hottest trendsetters.
|What:||Trend Spotting - CMA Ontario Winter Conference|
|When:||Wednesday, December 12 - Thursday, December 13, 2012|
|Where:||Toronto Congress Centre, 650 Dixon Rd., Toronto|
|Who:|| Warren Jestin, Chief Economist, Scotiabank
Geoff Colvin, Senior Editor-at-Large, Fortune magazine
Tom Davenport, Harvard Professor
Duncan Stewart, Director, Technology Media and Telecom, Deloitte Canada
Max Valiquette, Innovation and Trends Expert
Jill Birch, Organizational Change Expert
David Usher, Juno Award Winning Musician and Creativity Expert
Interviews with speakers are available upon request. For more the full agenda, visit www.pdi-cma.com/winter
About CMA Ontario
The Certified Management Accountants of Ontario is a self-governing professional organization that awards the Certified Management Accountant (CMA) designation to qualified candidates in Ontario. With some 25,000 members, CMA Ontario is an integral part of a profession that is 50,000 members strong across Canada and around the world. CMA Ontario maintains rigorous standards of accreditation and professionalism in management accounting to protect the public interest. In 2012, CMA Ontario was granted status by the Public Accountants Council of Ontario (PAC) as an Authorized Designated Body to license and govern Certified Management Accountants to practise public accounting.
About the Professional Development Institute
The Professional Development Institute (PDI) is a division of Certified Management Accountants of Ontario that is a Career Partner for Life to Ontario's 25,000 CMAs. PDI drives a CMA's career management by providing comprehensive access to learning, networking and guidance at all competency levels and within all industries.
SOURCE: Certified Management Accountants of Ontario
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