BEGIN:VCALENDAR VERSION:2.0 PRODID:-//ChamberMaster//Event Calendar 2.0//EN METHOD:PUBLISH X-PUBLISHED-TTL:P3D REFRESH-INTERVAL:P3D CALSCALE:GREGORIAN BEGIN:VTIMEZONE TZID:Canada Central Standard Time BEGIN:DAYLIGHT DTSTART:20070311T020000 TZOFFSETFROM:0600 TZOFFSETTO:0600 TZNAME:(UTC-06:00) Saskatchewan END:DAYLIGHT BEGIN:STANDARD DTSTART:20071104T020000 TZOFFSETFROM:0600 TZOFFSETTO:0600 TZNAME:(UTC-06:00) Saskatchewan END:STANDARD END:VTIMEZONE BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=Canada Central Standard Time:20200219T083000 DTEND;TZID=Canada Central Standard Time:20200219T160000 X-MICROSOFT-CDO-ALLDAYEVENT:FALSE SUMMARY:Cummins (USA)\, Boeing (USA) & CAMSC Procurement Event DESCRIPTION:This event will help you diversify your client base via our relationship with CAMSC. Boeing (USA) and Cummins (USA) will be attending to meet with you - and you don't travel to Saskatchewan in mid-February for the weather - they are serious.Confirmed attendance:Jim Gruwell Head of Global Purchasing and Strategic Sourcing\, Cummins Inc (Columbus\, Indiana)Camille Geiger Global Supply Chain Diversity Leader\, Boeing (Orange County\, California)Toni Hall - Global Supply Chain Diversity\; Manufacturing\, Supply Chain & Operations\, Space & Launch System\, SBLO - International Space Station\, BoeingDraft agenda:9:00 am - SIMSA opening remarks9:10 am - Greetings from Nutrien9:25 am - CAMSC briefing10:00 am - RBC on how to build partnerships10:30 am - Global Affairs Canada on export support services10:40 am - break11:00 am - Cummins11:30 am - BoeingNoon - Lunch12:45 - Networking with guests3:00 pm - closeGlobal Affairs Canada will briefly present on financial and consulting advice they can supply - much of it for free - in these export opportunities.RBC (a CAMSC corporate member) will present briefly on how to build partnerships.CAMSC will present briefly on CAMSC itself and becoming a certified CAMSC supplier (51% minority/Aboriginal ownership).Background:The event has been organised via our relationship with CAMSC. CAMSC is the Canadian Aboriginal and Minority Supplier Association we were connected with them by Nutrien (Nutrien is on their Board see https://www.camsc.ca/camsc_leadership). CAMSC member companies most of them are household names desire to procure from aboriginal or minority owned companies (as well as others). However\, Aboriginal ownership is not a gateway for this event it would just help.So\, we are also having RBC speak on how to build a partnership and Global Affairs speak on how to export goods/services into the USA.To qualify for some if these major procurement opportunities specifically those via CAMSC - you must become a "CAMSC certified supplier" (but other opportunities exist as well) this is simple\, not costly\, and will be explained at the event see https://www.camsc.ca/certification-process-fees. The basic requirement is at least 51% Aboriginal or minority ownership.The round table event will feature information on CAMSC\, business/legal information on how to attain their 51% ownership threshold\, and procurement presentations and networking with Boeing and Cummins (for both Canadian and USA facilities\, as well as Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal suppliers). X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

This event will help you diversify your client base via our relationship with CAMSC. Boeing (USA) and Cummins (USA) will be attending to meet with you \;- and you don'\;t travel to Saskatchewan in mid-February for the weather -  \;they are serious.

Confirmed attendance:

Draft agenda:

Global Affairs Canada will briefly present on financial and consulting advice they can supply - much of it for free - in these export opportunities.

RBC (a CAMSC corporate member) will present briefly on how to build partnerships.

CAMSC will present briefly on CAMSC itself and becoming a certified CAMSC supplier (51% minority/Aboriginal ownership).

Background:

The event has been organised via our relationship with CAMSC. CAMSC is the Canadian Aboriginal and Minority Supplier Association &ndash\; we were connected with them by Nutrien (Nutrien is on their Board &ndash\; see https://www.camsc.ca/camsc_leadership). CAMSC member companies &ndash\; most of them are household names &ndash\; desire to procure from aboriginal or minority owned companies (as well as others). However\, Aboriginal ownership is not a gateway for this event &ndash\; it would just help.

So\, we are also having RBC speak on how to build a partnership and Global Affairs speak on how to export goods/services into the USA.

To qualify for some if these major procurement opportunities &ndash\; specifically those via CAMSC - you must become a &ldquo\;CAMSC certified supplier&rdquo\; (but other opportunities exist as well) &ndash\; this is simple\, not costly\, and will be explained at the event &ndash\; see https://www.camsc.ca/certification-process-fees. The basic requirement is at least 51% Aboriginal or minority ownership.

The round table event will feature information on CAMSC\, business/legal information on how to attain their 51% ownership threshold\, and procurement presentations and networking with Boeing and Cummins (for both Canadian and USA facilities\, as well as Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal suppliers).

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