Canadian Aboriginal & Minority Supplier Council
For Immediate Release
Canadian Aboriginal an Minority Supplier Council Announces 7th Annual
Diversity Procurement Fair in Toronto
TORONTO – April 11, 2011– the Canadian Aboriginal and Minority Supplier Council (CAMSC) announces James Bos, Vice President of Procurement for Johnson Controls Inc, will be the luncheon keynote speaker at the 7th annual Diversity Procurement Fair.
The Diversity Procurement Fair, which takes place on April 14th, 2011 at the Metro Convention Centre in Toronto, offers a plethora of benefits for attendees, including a tradeshow, pre-scheduled one-on-one appointments between purchasing managers and suppliers, breakfast roundtables, and workshops on best practices and success stories. It is an exclusive forum for bringing together buyers from major corporations with aboriginal and minority suppliers of all sizes from across Canada.
According to CAMSC President, Cassandra Dorrington, “The Diversity Procurement Fair lays the foundation for building awareness, fostering relationships and networking.” Adds Dorrington, “supplier diversity is an important initiative to our country’s economic success.”
CAMSC operates as a private sector-led , non profit membership organization governed by a board of Directors composed of major multinational corporations operating in Canada. The mission of the organization is to deliver programs and processes to promote and facilitate procurement opportunities between major corporations in Canada and suppliers of all sizes owned and operated by Canadian aboriginals and minorities.
For more information, please visit www.camsc.ca.
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