Creative professionals learn strategies for corporate success
TORONTO, Sept. 10 /CNW/ - Creative professionals develop an edge in the
corporate world when they harmonize business sense and innovation. Experts
will discuss strategies for achieving this balance at the Creative Business
Summit hosted by RGD Ontario and Keyser Mason Ball LLP
When: September 24, 2009, 8:30-4:00
Where: Royal Canadian Military Institute
Emily Ruth Cohen, a consultant for various design firms and departments,
will use her experience to help attendees get paid what they're worth.
Ian Wick, from Keyser Mason Ball LLP, specializes in creating new
businesses and contract negotiations and will guide a discussion on effective
As a certified financial planner Drew Pallett, from RBC Dominion
Securities, will share his trade secrets to a successful retirement.
Ashlee Froese, from Keyser Mason Ball LLP, will teach attendees how to
protect and profit from their creativity.
Profiting from business is important for even the most creative
professionals. Dan Natale and Eli Gembom, CAs from Segal LLP, will teach
attendees how to increase their profits.
Ruben Goulart will explore the challenges of creative business employers.
Ruben specializes in labour relations, human resources and workplace law at
Keyser Mason Ball LLP.
Geoffrey Roche's discussion will emphasize a "never-say-never" attitude
and how this can improve business profits. Geoffrey founded Lowe Roche
Representing 2,800 professionals and students, RGD drives the development
of professional graphic designers by shaping their competence in visual
communication, strategic innovation and client and project management. RGD
grants graphic designers who qualify, the right to use the designation
Registered Graphic Designer (R.G.D.).
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