An evening of improbable encounters and forward-thinking dialogues to explore the question of social progress, more specifically as concerns its relation to marketing & leadership issues.
17h / Beginning of the networking cocktail & discovery of the organisation-led discussion spaces, featuring:
ATSA, Quand l'Art passe à l'Action
18h30 / Panel-discussion with 3 special guests:
Chris Bergeron, VP Content Experience, Cossette
Thierry De Greef, President & Founder, Nonante - agence de communication équitable
Ryan Hillier, CEO & Co-Founder, NOVAlex
Moderator / Carine Valleau, Founder, SFH.
19h15 / Networking cocktail & discussion spaces continue.
Guest facilitators will be with us all evening!
Pascal Beauchesne, TechnoMontréal
Olivia Commune, Coach entrepreneur
Catherine Hébert, Co&Cie
20h / Event ends.
Thank you to this evening's partners:
Portraits de/of Montréal
Isabelle Jetté Photographer
Bastien de Changy Caterer
Importation Épicurienne Wine & Spirits
Questions, up for discussion
While social, solidarity or impact economies are making more and more noise, what are the current marketing issues in these circles? Is it always about funding, or do governance and leadership also come into play?
On the other hand, the private sector is increasingly exploiting the concept of corporate social responsibility to position itself and even distinguish itself from the market. How do we determine what is merely opportunism and what is a sincerely responsible practice? And, here also, what about leadership (as far as businesses are concerned, as well as advertising agencies)?
Diversity and originality -- 100 to 200 participants are expected for each event including, every month, numerous representatives of the public, private and community sectors in Montreal. Follow the event page on Facebook to stay up to date with various announcements pertaining to this event. Or subscribe to our newsletter.
1 drink + finger foods will be served. Bar service available.
Schedule: 5pm-8 pm.
Panel discussion at 6:30 pm.
Event location: Factry, 1111 Saint-Antoine O., Montreal, QC, H3C 1B3