Only the most recognized enterprises with demonstrated good governance and alignment with forum’s values are invited to join this group.

Partners & Sponsors

The National Business Forum’s strategic partners represent leading enterprises Canadian, regional and international in all industries, each providing essential leadership to support the forum’s mission of improving the Canada’s economy. Only the most recognized enterprises with demonstrated good governance and alignment with forum’s values are invited to join this group.

Their economic and social significance means that strategic partner enterprises play a critical role as corporate Canadian citizens. They shape the future through extensive contribution to developing and implementing the forum’s agenda and championing public-private dialogue.

The strategic partners may engage in national initiatives, regions or communities. Access to the forum’s networks and experts allows participation in strategic decision-making on the most important industry and cross-industry issues. Here are our latest:

TEN Roundtables

A frequent interactive Roundtables produced by The Entrepreneurs Network TEN www.think10.ca that bring to life the numerous entrepreneurial, economic and social projects to life, and how stakeholders can leverage these projects in Canada.

Business Masters

The forum’s Business Master is an exclusive series of events for small businesses and other stakeholders of the Canadian economy produced by “Game Changers” part of Olive Media.

It is a rewarding recurring meetings aimed to enhance policy makers’ role and partnership with the private sector while unfolding the opportunities of the growth of small business and investment in Canada. These series enable its participants to foresee these opportunities and challenges, and leverage their potential to ensure the benefit of their businesses and community.

The Edge

The forum’s Edge is part of the forum’s core that is a series will dive into an array of topics, including recognizing the business sector expectations and their impact on government services; how governments are meeting these expectations and delivering exceptional service experiences; and how government services may evolve as a result.

Today, entrepreneurs and investors across Canada are communicating and moving at a faster pace, and as such, expectations of governmental service delivery and experience are on the rise. From work styles to urban services, digital technologies have now created a new era of economic behavior. This shift in expectations and behavior has now brought new challenges and demands for all levels of governments.

Therefore, The National Business Forum brings that series of events to Canada, inviting policy makers to address the state of delivering a high quality government services that has become a new challenge and target for governments across Canada.

 

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Strategic Role

The National Business Forum’s strategic partners represent leading enterprises Canadian, regional and international in all industries, each providing essential leadership to support the forum’s mission of improving the Canada’s economy. Only the most recognized enterprises with demonstrated good governance and alignment with forum’s values are invited to join this group.

Their economic and social significance means that strategic partner enterprises play a critical role as corporate Canadian citizens. They shape the future through extensive contribution to developing and implementing the forum’s agenda and championing public-private dialogue.

The strategic partners may engage in national initiatives, regions or communities. Access to the forum’s networks and experts allows participation in strategic decision-making on the most important industry and cross-industry issues.

The strategic partners are the driving force in the forum’s communities, events and projects, and involved in decision-making and shaping many of the forum’s initiatives. The most senior executives of the strategic partners and sponsors are also welcome to participate on steering boards and in advisory groups, where relevant.