4Front Atlantic Conference

Emerging Leaders

Are you an emerging leader in Atlantic Canada? If so, we invite you to apply to participate in the 4Front Atlantic Conference, taking place in Halifax on Thursday, May 30, 2013, and a pre-conference reception on Wednesday, May 29th, 2013.

The conference committee has set aside 20 seats specifically for emerging leaders in Atlantic Canada who are aspiring to, or are engaged in doing business globally. Successful applicants, along with the Emerging Leaders cohort selected in 2012, will join business and community leaders from across the region in this important conversation.

We warmly invite you to submit a conference application letter to: info@4frontatlantic.com. The letter should address three topics:

  1. Why you would like to attend the conference.
  2. What you would contribute to the discussion.
  3. What you would hope to gain from the conference.

A panel of business leaders will be reviewing the submissions and selecting the delegates. Please feel free to include your CV, or link to your LinkedIn profile.

Please note that while there is no conference registration fee, delegates will be responsible for organizing their own travel and accommodations. Chosen conference participants will receive a formal conference invitation and registration package.

Applications are due by April 19, 2013. Successful applications will be notified by April 29, 2013.

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