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BCCC Breakfast Series | Canada 101: The Big Picture
From May 21st to May 23rd, Toronto will host the Collision Conference, North America fastest growing tech-conference according to Inc. Following the lead of the "Web Summit" held in Europe, Collision has become a crossroads for the world's largest buyers and sellers of technology, alongside many of the world's most disruptive technology companies.
The Brazil-Canada Chamber of Commerce is hosting a breakfast session for Brazilian Companies attending the conference, looking to better understand the Canadian Innovation Ecosystem and the tools they need to succeed when doing business in Canada. The breakfast will take place on Tuesday, May 21st, 2019 from 7:30am to 10:00am at the offices of Baker McKenzie in Toronto.
We are presenting an overview of the innovation ecosystem, as well as immigration guidance, funding opportunities, intellectual properties and legal advice on how to do business in Canada.
Don't miss this great opportunity to connect with specialist and network!
181 Bay Street, Toronto, ON, M5J 2T9
181 Bay Street, suite 2700
7:30am - 10am
Tuesday, May 21st
7:30am | Registration and Networking
8:00am | Opening Remarks
Ambassador Ana Lelia Beltrame, Consul General at the Consulate General of Brazil in Toronto
8:05am | Welcoming Remarks
Carolina Albernaz, Director of Business Development & Operations at the Brazil-Canada Chamber of Commerce
8:20am | Toronto Region & Innovation Ecosystem
Ellen Mitchell, Advisor, Investment Attraction at Toronto Global
8:40am | Legal Aspects of Doing Business in Canada
David Palumbo, Partner at Baker McKenzie
Matthew Grant, Partner at Baker McKenzie
Braden Schnarr, Associate at Baker McKenzie
9:10am | How to protect your IP
Marcelo Sarkis, Chair of BCCC IST Committee and Founder at Prima IP
9:30am | Path to succeed in Canada
Marcelo Andrade, Founder at Lucalex
9:50am | Success Case
Rafael Miranda, Founder at LegalBox
10:00am | Closing Remarks