New office is hub of productivity improvement in Alberta
EDMONTON, May 22, 2012 /CNW/ - Productivity Alberta officially opens the doors to a new office in downtown Edmonton with a grand opening celebration and open house.
The event takes place Friday, May 25, from 1.30 to 4.30pm (formal program from 2.00 to 2.30pm) at Productivity Alberta's offices, located at Cecil Place, Suite 301, 10110 - 104 Street NW in Edmonton.
This come-and-go event allows guests to meet Productivity Alberta staff, learn about programs and services available to Alberta industry, and network with colleagues and other companies interested in productivity improvement.
Guests are asked to RSVP on-line at http://pagrandopening.eventbrite.ca
Providing remarks during the formal program will be David Morhart, Deputy Minister of Alberta Enterprise & Advanced Education, and James Rajotte, Member of Parliament for Edmonton—Leduc, on behalf of the Honourable Lynne Yelich, Minister of State for Western Economic Diversification. Ruth Kelly, Publisher and Editor-in-Chief of Alberta Venture and Alberta Oil magazines will emcee the program.
Lori Schmidt, CEO and Larry Kaumeyer, Board Chair of Productivity Alberta will be available to speak with media following the formal program.
Productivity Alberta is a private not-for-profit corporation with a mandate of improving the productivity and competitiveness of Alberta-based small and medium-size enterprises in the industrial products and services sectors. Offering a wide variety of tools, resources, and services on-line, over the phone, and in-person, Productivity Alberta is industry's connection to all things productivity in Alberta and beyond.
Recognized as a national and global leader in the area of company-level productivity improvement, Productivity Alberta is a unique, made-in-Alberta organization. From its new Edmonton base, Productivity Alberta continues to serve small and medium-size businesses located across Alberta.
Delivered on-time and on-budget, Productivity Alberta's new office has been made possible by the support of the Government of Alberta and Western Economic Diversification Canada.
More information about Productivity Alberta and the program and service offering is available at productivityalberta.ca
About Productivity Alberta
Productivity Alberta is industry's connection to the latest in productivity improvement tools, resources and services. A private not-for-profit company, Productivity Alberta works with organizations across the province, connecting Alberta-based businesses to everything they need to kick-start and enhance productivity growth and competitiveness, leading to a healthier bottom line.
Productivity Alberta is supported by the Government of Alberta and Western Economic Diversification Canada. More information is available at productivityalberta.ca
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