2014 Toronto Entrepreneurs Conference | May 14th, 2014 | Mississauga Convention Centre

Main Stage Speakers: 10:00am - 4:00pm (Ticket Prices Starting at $50.00)

Tradeshow Portion: 8:00am - 4:00pm (Complimentary Admission)

Our 2014 Keynote Speaker is Robert Deluce, President & CEO of Porter Airlines. Hear him speak at 10:00am on the Main Stage!

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The Toronto Entrepreneurs Conference & Tradeshow has been designed to provide entrepreneurs, whether budding or experienced, with the opportunity to expand their professional network, hear from experienced and successful entrepreneurs on tips and opportunities and learn what it takes to become successful and stay thriving.

Ticket Information:

General Admission Pass: $50 including taxes

All Access Pass: General Admission Pass plus breakfast and lunch. $120 including taxes

Tradeshow Admission: Complimentary - Advance Registration Required

Who Should Attend?

This conference is geared to business owners of established businesses who want to learn strategies on how to handle existing issues (Sales, Financial, Human Resources, etc.) within their organization as well as to network with other business owners. The speakers' agenda has been designed with this in mind.

As such, the people who should attend the conference are:

  • Presidents & CEOs of Large to Small Organizations
  • Owner-Managers
  • Partners in Service Organizations (e.g. Accounting, Law Firms)
  • General Managers

  • Insights Attendees will Gain:

  • The best and worst Financial strategies for Entrepreneurs
  • Quick, easy and actionable tips for growing business in 2014
  • How to research new markets to find underserviced gaps
  • Ways to increase employee retention for different generations
  • How to value a business and how to maximize the sale price of a business

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