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Wednesday, October 5 • 10:20am - 11:05am
#EpicFail

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A shiny business opportunity has been presented to you and the future looks bright. All the pieces begin to fall into place and a successful horizon seems within arm’s reach.  A compounded series of events and decisions swiftly leads the business south and the reality of an #EpicFail sets in.  The dust settles, your ego is bruised and battered - now what? 

 


Speakers
avatar for Gerry Brimacombe

Gerry Brimacombe

Gerry has been studying technology since 1981 and studying people much longer. He has a degree in Computer Science and a certificate in Project Management. Gerry’s passion is building SharePoint Intranet solutions for small to medium sized enterprises; solutions that help them become more effective and efficient. A self-confessed “efficiency nut” Gerry is always looking for faster, cheaper, and better ways to... Read More →
avatar for Mark Grambart

Mark Grambart

Mark grew up in Victoria where he studied mechanical engineering. After graduating, he joined Mercedes-Benz in Germany and South Africa. While at Mercedes, he helped advance their electric vehicle program.  Five years later, he found himself more involved in the commercial side of the business and decided to return to school.  After completing a MBA from the IMD in Lausanne, Switzerland, he moved his family to Atlanta to join American... Read More →
avatar for Alan Smith

Alan Smith

AL knows that people are the biggest asset a business has and he has learned to work with and motivate them to accomplish more than they would ever accomplish on their own. | | He brings a level of energy, enthusiasm, and sustainability to any project he am a part of. Most would describe him as a visionary that has the ability to share his vision in a way that builds community, passion, teamwork, and action. | | If you need a technical... Read More →


Wednesday October 5, 2016 10:20am - 11:05am
Oak Bay Room