Sustainability is critical to all of us - and transformative technology is critical to sustainability!
On December 6th, we are hosting a meetup session on sustainability and advanced technology, to celebrate the release of a new report, ICT Roadmaps to Enhanced Sustainability. We would like to invite you to come on out and join us! The session takes place at Workhaus’ Commerce Court location (30 Wellington St. W., 5th Floor, downtown Toronto) from 6:15-8:30, and includes input from global IT and sustainability experts, a panel discussion and Q&A, and plenty of time for peer networking.
We are delighted to announce that Cisco Systems Canada and Ingram Micro Canada are co-sponsoring this event. InsightaaS would like to thank both companies for their support of the Sustainability meetup and the business community that it serves.
We are also pleased to announce an all-star panel for the event:
• Paula Bernardino, sustainability professional and university lecturer, McGill University
• Mary Allen, research lead and former Sustainable IT columnist at Bloomberg BNA
• Michael Proulx, sustainability consultant, Pride Conflict Risk Management
• Brian Fry, co-founder, PodTech
• Savio Lee, IoT practice lead, Ingram Micro Canada
Attendees will receive a complementary copy of the ICT Roadmaps to Enhanced Sustainability report, which was co-created and reviewed by a group of leading Canadian and US-based sustainability experts.
Are you interested?
Event attendees have enjoyed past meetups for their combination of structured interaction and informal peer-to-peer professional networking. These events are fun, informative and always highly subscribed, so please register early if you’d like to be part of the discussion!
Looking forward to seeing you on December 6th! If you want to be part of the discussion, please RSVP to Stephen Symonds at [masked].
Here are the session details:
• Date: Thursday, December 6th, 6:15pm to 8:30pm
• Location: Toronto – Workhaus Commerce Court, 30 Wellington Street West, 5th Floor, ON M5L 1B1 (North side of Wellington, between Bay and Yonge)
Note: Seating is limited to 70 attendees. We will accommodate as many professionals as we can, but we have been at capacity for the past five sessions – so please register early if you want to be in the room!