As Annual Partners of Economic Club of Canada, Boyden is proud to attend this exclusive event.
Date: 28 November 2017
Location: Mattamy Athletic Centre | 50 Carlton Street, Toronto
The Economic Club of Canada and Plan International Canada proudly present:
The Economics of Equality:
Advancing Women & Girls to Change the World
A conversation with Former First Lady Michelle Obama
As annual partners of Economic Club of Canada, Boyden will be attending this exclusive event, joining Canada's business leadership community who are dedicated to the advancement of women and girls, together with the youth leaders of Canada to have an in-depth discussion about all that is possible when women and girls have equal opportunity.
As part of the EC’s partnership with Plan International Canada, the event will ensure that every ticket purchased will include an additional ticket for a young person to attend the event. Therefore, the ratio of youth to regular ticket holder will be 1:1. This structure fulfills The Economic Club of Canada’s mandate to encourage thoughtful discussion within Canada’s business community and provides meaningful learning opportunities for youth through the Jr. Economic Club of Canada’s mandate.
Boyden, a global leader in executive search, proudly serves Canadian organizations and institutions. As an annual sponsor of the Economic Club of Canada, we are committed to excellence in leadership and proud to support opportunities for these essential discussions.
Learn more about this event by visiting Economic Club of Canada website.
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