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CETA SME Business Workshop – Export services to the European Union


The opportunity to grow your business in the European Union (EU) through the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) is unparalleled. Your competitive advantage to exporting services to the EU is CETA! Join us to learn: Why the EU is a market with tremendous opportunities for service exporters; How to take advantage and make the most out of available business opportunities in the EU through CETA; and How to capitalize on resources, programs and services offered by the Trade Commissioner Service (TCS) and partner organizations that will smooth your path to EU lucrative markets. Hosted by Canada’s Chief Trade Commissioner, Sara Wilshaw, participants will get advice from experts on the ground, and learn how service exporters can take advantage of CETA’s opportunities. Who should participate? Canadian export-ready SMEs who are: Not yet exporting services to the EU but are interested in doing so; or Already exporting services to the EU but are looking to expand their business; Providing services in the clean technologies, financial and insurance services, information and communications technologies (ICT), infrastructure, life sciences, professional services, tourism, and other services-related sectors. Registration deadline: December 3, 2021 at 11:59pm EST

Using Git Tools to Manage File Changes and Collaborate: Collaboration


This is a two-part series to introduce participants to Git tools used for version control and collaborative development. Version control is the practice of managing and sharing changes to documents, programming code, websites or any other files to keep track of what’s been changed, by whom, when and why. All previous versions of files are saved and you can even revert to a previous version. Git is a version control software. Git-portal sites, like GitHub or GitLab, offer many useful features to facilitate collaborative development. This beginner level session introduces you to Git. We will show you how to create a repository, record changes to files, explore and restore from the recorded history and how to resolve conflicts (when one member overwrites another’s changes). This two-part series introduces participants to Git tools. The first session on December 1st focuses on version control. The second workshop on December 8th will explore using Git for collaborative development.  

2022 Predictions: Setting your revenue team up for success in the new year


Just like that, another year is quickly coming to a close! Every year brings a new set of goals, challenges, and opportunities. On December 8th, join Constellation Research’s VP and Principal Analyst Liz Miller, Introhive’s Head of Industry Strategy, Jeffrey Parish, and CEO of Skaled, Jake Dunlap, for a lively panel surrounding how you can prepare to make 2022 a banner year of growth for your team and company. We’ll reflect on 2021, make a few predictions for 2022, and send you off with some key action items and recommendations so you can hit the ground running in the New Year! As a thank you for joining, we’ll also send you a 2022 planner/agenda to get your plans in motion!

Future of Work Series: Cybersecurity Skills Gap and the War for Diverse Talent


TECHNATION has recently launched a compelling Future of Work Series. The first event was held in June to address Re-imagining the Digital Workplace Post-Pandemic event in June 2021. This series was designed to guide us back to work post-pandemic by leveraging the insights of both national and global thought leaders. On December 8, 2021, we will host the next event in this series entitled, “Cybersecurity Skills Gap and the War for Diverse Talent” Cybersecurity is an area of strategic importance for virtually every business in Canada and attraction and retention of top talent is becoming increasingly competitive. TECHNATION will feature compelling industry leaders and security subject matter experts who will provide context on this pressing issue as well as present the latest reports, program successes, case studies, best practices and concrete solutions. Security is becoming an increasingly complex field of expertise and it is critical to have diversity in perspective, skills and experience. This event will showcase some of the top Canadian security leaders (both in industry and government) who will share their insights and advice as we strive to address the cyberskill challenge and to identify alternative pathways to diverse talent.