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Apr
16
Tue
CAMSC’s Annual Diversity Procurement Fair @ Beanfield Centre
Apr 16 @ 2:30 pm – Apr 17 @ 4:00 pm
CAMSC’s Annual Diversity Procurement Fair @ Beanfield Centre

A great networking, learning and business building platform between global corporations and Aboriginal and minority-owned businesses. CAMSC’s Diversity Procurement Fair is now its 15th year and continues to build partnerships between corporate Canada and Aboriginal and minority-owned businesses.

As one of the largest CAMSC’s business networking events, it matches corporations committed to diversity with diverse suppliers. In this two-day event, you’ll learn from business leaders across sectors within the global supply chain as they share best practices for securing contracts. Don’t miss the Early Bird Special!

Apr
18
Thu
Breakfast with Brands: Automotive Industry – WBE Canada. @ Fairmont Royal York Hotel
Apr 18 @ 8:30 am – 12:00 pm
This is a go-to event where buyers, supplier diversity leaders and certified suppliers from Canada and the US meet to learn about the latest developments and opportunities in the industry   and to network. If you provide a product or service that can benefit companies in the automotive sector, register today to avoid disappointment. Seats are very limited and awarded on a first come first served basis.
Location: Fairmont Royal York Hotel
Date: April 18, 2019
Time: 8:30am – 12:00pm
Past attendees include buyers from ABC Group, Dana, FCA, Flex N’Gate, Ford, GM, Linamar, Magna, The State Group, Toyota, and many others.
(this link gives you $20 discount)
Apr
24
Wed
Vancouver Panel Discussion & Breakfast Reception: Meaningful Engagement with Community Organizations @ Chateau Granville Vancouver
Apr 24 @ 7:00 am – 9:30 am
Vancouver Panel Discussion & Breakfast Reception: Meaningful Engagement with Community Organizations @ Chateau Granville Vancouver

Employers often seek ways to showcase their dedication to community organizations through community service days, fundraising, and long-term partnership. Despite the best of intentions, these efforts can sometimes fall short of meaningful engagement with LGBTQ2+ communities. This panel discussion, presented by Pride at Work Canada, will bring together business and community leaders to share insights into how employers can make their relationships with community organizations meaningful for both parties.

The discussion will be preceded by a breakfast networking reception sponsored by Scotiabank.

May
29
Wed
3rd Annual Networking with Diverse Suppliers – City of Toronto @ Metro Hall - Rooms 308 & 309
May 29 @ 8:00 am – 12:00 pm
The City of Toronto’s Purchasing and Materials Management Division (PMMD) would like to invite you to the Social Procurement Program’s 3rd Annual Networking with Diverse Suppliers event.
Wednesday, May 29, 2019, 8 am to 12 pm
Metro Hall, 55 John Street, Rooms 308 & 309, Toronto, ON
At this event, booths will be represented by various City of Toronto divisions. Certified diverse suppliers will have an opportunity to network and learn about the City’s purchasing trends.*
To register, please click HERE.
Adopted by City Council in May 2016, the Social Procurement Program was developed to address some of the recommendations outlined in the Toronto Poverty Reduction Strategy and was fully implemented across the organization in January 2017.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact Alexandra Mutinelli-Djukic or by calling 416-397-5192.
*City staff are not obligated to identify specific upcoming RFP opportunities or posting dates. This information is only available through the vendor registration system emails.
May
30
Thu
CGLCC LGBT+ Global Business Summit & Supplier Diversity Forum @ One King West Hotel
May 30 – May 31 all-day

Building on the premise that successful businesses will be those that will expand activities through market diversification, adapt to new technologies and better attract and develop talent, the CGLCC’s LGBT+ Global Business Summit & Supplier Diversity Forum will look at the opportunities and competitive advantage of being an LGBT+ Entrepreneur.

This two-day event intends to help LGBT+ business owners, corporate leaders, professionals and young entrepreneurs make some sense of what the current economic environment may mean for their company and identify how they can successfully remain competitive and grow their business while remaining authentic.

For more information, please email supplierdiversity@cglcc.ca.

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