TORONTO, April 22, 2013 /CNW/ - The Scotiabank Emerging Markets Forum features a panel discussion by some of the country's leading authorities on emerging market economic trends and export opportunities for Canadian businesses.
|WHAT:||2013 Scotiabank Emerging Markets Forum|
|| Warren Jestin, Senior Vice President, Chief Economist, Scotiabank
Pablo Breard, Vice President, International Research, Scotiabank
Jayson Myers, President and CEO, Canadian Manufacturers and Exporters
Todd Winterhalt, Vice President, International Business Development, Export Development Canada (EDC)
|WHEN:||Wednesday, April 24, 2013, 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. EST|
|WHERE:||Westin-Ottawa hotel, 11 Colonel By Drive|
Journalists may also participate in the conference via an online live-streaming webcast. To join the broadcast please RSVP and a link will be distributed one day in advance of the event.
All presentations from the conference will be archived on the Scotiabank Media Centre at http://media.scotiabank.com/cdaen/multimedia/mc-videos.html
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