Shawn Casemore is a speaker, consultant, and executive advisor. He is the Founder of Casemore and Co Inc., a global consulting firm that has attracted clients such as CN Rail, Tim Hortons, Pepsi Co, Kids Help Phone and Sick Kids and over 200 other leading organizations.
These are truly challenging times and Colleen Francis has been helping Sales Professionals deal with the New Sales environment. Colleen has been helping companies across Canada to present her top strategies for continuing to thrive during the COVID-19 pandemic. Colleen is driven by a passion for sales – and results. A successful sales leader for over 20 years, she understands … Read More
Howard Green is a three-time bestselling author and was one of the founding team at Business News Network (now BNN Bloomberg) where he anchored for 15 years. In addition to writing books, he’s provided communications advisory services to corporations, pension funds, universities and regulatory agencies.
As we prepare to host virtual conferences this new year, we must take a look at how the transition to the digital space influenced the expectations of virtual attendees. After almost a year of becoming more accustomed to a strong reliance on technology and remote work, many individuals have set expectations for virtual conferences in 2021 and are counting on … Read More
Salim Ismail the founding executive director of Silicon Valley’s Singularity University, co-author of best-selling book Exponential Organizations, former Yahoo executive, and serial startup entrepreneur, who sold his most recent company to Google has recently joined ProSpeakers.com. His mission is to spread innovation culture across the globe. His hit 2016 TedX titled How to fix civilization, which Ismail calls “a nice, … Read More
Colleen is driven by a passion for sales – and results. A successful sales leader for over 20 years, she understands the particular challenges of selling in today’s crowded, confusing market, and that business leaders can no longer rely on approaches to sales based on techniques from decades ago—or even last year
Tina is an Indo-Canadian daughter of first-generation East Indian parents, which allows her to find ‘the best of both worlds’ and shed light, knowledge and most importantly universal humour into the intercultural workplace. She draws from her experiences as an entrepreneur, mother, daughter, wife, sister and friend when delivering keynotes on work-life balance and diversity and inclusion-topics which resonate with her both professionally and personally.
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