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Export IQ Lunch & Learn

Published by Laura Pixley

September 17, 2015

Doing business abroad doesn't have to be a scary proposition if you understand the risks and plan accordingly. With many Canadian companies sending their executives to foreign countries to establish new business ventures or open new facilities it is important that they ensure their safety while they are abroad. Known as “Duty of Care” it is an obligation of an organization to conform to a certain standard of conduct for the protection of another against an unreasonable risk of harm.

Expert: Jim Rovers, Sr Vice President, AFIMAC Global

Mr. Rovers has been actively involved in the fields of security, travel security, executive protection and investigations for nearly two decades. With a background in manufacturing engineering, he has assisted many Fortune 500 companies in the development of contingency plans regarding security, travel and executive protection. Jim has worked extensively throughout Canada and the United States.

11:30 am to 11:50 am: Networking session and lunch

11:50 am to 11:55 am: CME’s introduction

11:55 am to 12:05 pm: Sponsor’s or Expert's presentation

12:05 pm to 12:50 pm: Expert’s presentation

12:50 pm to 1:00 pm: Questions & Answers

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Additional Information

Location: 55 Standish Court, Suite 620, Mississauga
Time: 11:30am - 1:00pm
Cost: Complimentary for CME Members, $20 for Non-Members

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