Ontario’s Digital Economy Conference took place in Huntsville, Ontario from October 1st to 3rd, 2008. The conference was set against the beautiful backdrop of Muskoka’s Deerhurst Resort and Conference Centre, site of the prestigious G8 Summit in 2010. To view post conference information go here.
The conference programme focused on the transformation of Ontario’s economic, social and environmental future and was viewed through three broad themes:
- Ontario’s current position and that of other jurisdictions.
- An examination of innovative applications, their use and potential impact.
- A look at how Ontario can reap the benefits of technology in the knowledge economy and the best means of doing so.
The conference showcased champions who transformed their worlds through the power of technology, leadership and vision; provide an inside look at the stunning advances in health related applications; reveal motivating real life e-business success stories and much, much more.
Todd Lucier, BHK, Bed, is your host for Ontario’s Digital Economy Conference. Todd’s excellent knowledge base in technology for business, combined with this easy style makes him the perfect host for this event.
Mr.Robert Bell, co-founder and Executive Director of the Intelligent Community Forum (ICF), New York City who will provide an overview on how global communities are beginning to transform themselves into intelligent communities.
Doug Cooper, Country Manager, Intel Canada. Doug will discuss managing behaviours and attitudes in a knowledge economy.
Robert J. Sawyer, The Dean of Canadian Science Fiction, will entertain us with his keynote delivery "Facing Technology Together".
More Great Speakers Including...
Ed Brown, MD Chief Executive Officer of the Ontario Telemedicine Network (OTN).
Robert Dowler, Chief Strategist OCCIO, Ministry of Government Services
Lev Gonick is the Founder, Chair Emeritus of OneCommunity and the CIO of Case Western Reserve University
For a complete list of speakers click here.
Ontario’s Digital Economy Conference will be of particular interest to business and sector associations, community and economic development organizations, all levels of government and their agencies, academics, SME’s and ICT companies.
Don’t miss Ontario’s Digital Economy Conference. The dynamic programme and the Deerhurst venue will make it a memorable event.