This event series is designed to bring together thought leaders and experienced business practitioners to share their knowledge and expertise. They challenge the status quo, provide new perspectives, and share freely what they have discovered. (There’s a great meal and a chance to connect too!)
Keynote Speaker Michael Tremblay, President and CEO, Invest Ottawa
Invest Ottawa is the lead economic development agency for the Ottawa region. Be a part of the action!
Join us as the new CEO, Michael Tremblay, shares a new five-year strategic plan. This plan aims to create a meaningful, differentiated and impactful business strategy that accelerates the development and commercial success of our entrepreneurs and firms; increases Ottawa’s competitiveness; and drives innovation, economic growth and prosperity across our region.
It establishes key long-term goals and actions that will help our city capitalize on unprecedented technological, business and global market opportunities, and achieve the greatest potential economic and social benefits for Ottawa and its citizens during the 4thIndustrial Revolution.
About Michael Tremblay
Michael Tremblay brings more than 30 years of executive leadership experience with multinational corporations to Invest Ottawa and its stakeholders, most recently from Microsoft Canada where he served as Vice President, Public Services for over a decade. As part of this Fortune 100 company, he led and drove the growth of public sector business; collaborated extensively with employees, partners and customers; and contributed to Microsoft’s Canadian leadership team. Prior to joining Microsoft, he served as a Senior Vice President with SAP Canada and Fujitsu Consulting, and as a Vice President with JDS Uniphase, EDS Systemhouse and Digital Equipment Corporation. An Ottawa native, Mr. Tremblay is also deeply engaged in the community, contributing to the Algonquin College Board of Governors and Foundation Board for more than 13 years, and audit and advocacy committees with the Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario for the last six years.