Over the past three years, an average of 87 per cent of attendees at Reposition have rated the level of quality in the excellent to very good range.
Reposition 2011 will once again provide you with substantial ROI. The small investment you make to attend will ensure your company is following best practices and can meet performance and efficiency standards.
• CITT emphasizes relevant learning sessions, “C” level speakers, prime networking opportunities and workable
takeaway ideas because that is what you tell us you want in a PD event.
• Over 91 per cent of delegates reported the ideas, strategies and core messages learned at Reposition 2010
could be readily integrated into their department or business
Reposition 2011 will help you to more efficiently manage your operation – even in the face of chaos and disruption – which is quickly becoming the new normal for logistics and supply chain.
Reposition 2011 will not only meet or exceed your expectations, but those of your employer as well.
Opening Reception at Pointe-à-Callière Museum
Conference delegates and their guests are invited to join CITT for the opening reception of Reposition 2011 to be held at the Pointe-à-Callière Museum. This historic site is located next to the Old Port of Montréal.
Pointe-à-Callière, a recognized national historical and archaeological site, leads visitors through centuries of history, from the times when Natives camped here to the present day.
The Museum showcases major archaeological discoveries made on this site starting in the 1980s. Pointe-à-Callière houses some remarkable archaeological remains, displayed in situ with absolute respect for their integrity. The reception will be held in main lobby, offering visitors views of the architectural remains of the Royal Insurance Company building and a painting by renowned artist Peter Krausz.
Don’t Miss Hearing about An Integrated Trade Compliance Strategy from it’s Author
We are happy to have Reynold Martens, Executive VP, GHY International and President, GHY USA, Inc and author of the white paper titled, ” A Case for an Integrated Trade Compliance Strategy” presenting.
Besides the insight in the white paper itself, Reynold also brings a wealth of experience from across the country from your peers, as well as his experience as the chair of the Manitoba division of the Canadian Manufactures and Exporters.