Bridging the Gap Between U.S. Vendors and Canadian First Responders: National Teleforum to discuss benefits of U.S. vendor participation in the Vancouver, Canada, First Responder Vendor Outreach Forum
August 25, 2011

Join Tracey Ford, Commercial Specialist, of the U.S. Commercial Service - Embassy Ottawa, and the Canadian Advanced Technology Alliance’s (CATA) VP Research, Kevin Wennekes, as they discusses the opportunities and outcomes for business and emergency responder leaders who participate in the annual First Responder Vendor Outreach Forum: now in its fourth year and taking place in Vancouver on October 18 & 19 at the luxurious Pan Pacific hotel.

Guests on this call will include:

Bill Schrier, Chief Technology Officer of the City of Seattle
Forum Speaker discussing current events in the US on Public Safety Broadband Networking

Michael Doucet, Chief Information Officer of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police
Forum Speaker - 2nd Consecutive Appearance

Inspt. (Ret`d) Lance Valcour, O.O.M, of the Canadian Interoperability Technology Interest Group
Forum Co-Founder

George Krausz, President, Motorola Solutions Canada Inc.
Sponsor – 4th Consecutive Year – Vancouver Reception Sponsor

The call will provide participants with details on this unique “Dragon’s Den” trade show format, and provide first-hand accounts by the speakers on their own experiences of past Forums and how both vendors and first responders win through their involvement in this exclusive networking, information sharing, and business development event.

Register Now!

This free-of-charge, one-hour Teleforum takes place on Tuesday, September 6, at 2:00 P.M. EST and includes a question and answer period. In order to reserve one of the limited seats available, please complete our on line form at: http://www.cata.ca/Media_and_Events/catateleforum1005.html

American Vendor Video Testimonial - View this video testimonial offered by Sean Newsome, Global Sales Manager, SeaBotix Inc.,based out of San Diego, California who participated in the 2010 Forum held in Halifax.

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