Gain insight on the future of the Canadian web at national meeting of the .CA Registry
CALGARY, Sept. 15, 2014 /CNW/ - Canada's Internet community will meet in Calgary on September 17, 2014. The annual general meeting of the Canadian Internet Registration Authority (CIRA), the member-driven organization that operates the .CA domain, is an opportunity for Calgarians to have their say on the management and development of the Canadian Internet. This event will cover online security, global Internet governance and lagging adoption of e-commerce by Canadian small business. This event is fully open to members of the media and interviews with keynote speakers and experts can be arranged.
CANADIANS CONNECTED 2014: CIRA Symposium and Annual General Meeting
September 17, 2014
11 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Markin MacPhail Centre at Winsport's Canada Olympic Park
88 Canada Olympic Road SW, Calgary, AB
(Parking is free at public entrance to the centre)
- Byron Holland, President and CEO of CIRA, leads the team responsible for managing the .CA domain and will be available to discuss the current and future state of Canada's Internet and how Canadians can get involved in the debate on who will control the global Internet.
- Marketing expert Scott Stratten is available to discuss online marketing and social media and how companies can grow their businesses online.
- Entrepreneur and TV personality W. Brett Wilson, best known for his role on CBC's Dragons' Den, is available to discuss marketing, philanthropy and how companies can make a positive impact online.
The Canadian Internet Registration Authority (CIRA) manages the .CA top-level domain, Canada's online identifier, on behalf of all Canadians. A Member-driven organization, CIRA also facilitates the development of a better Internet for all Canadians, and represents the .CA registry internationally.
SOURCE: Canadian Internet Registration Authority (CIRA)
For further information: More information or press registration contact: Ryan Saxby Hill, Communications Manager, CIRA, [email protected], 613-316-2397 (mobile)