August 31, 2010
CAMSC Announces New CATA Award for Technology Innovation - Submission Deadline this Friday (Sept 10) - Nominate now!
CATA is pleased to support The Canadian Aboriginal and Minority Supplier Council's (CAMSC) Annual Business Achievement Awards through its new Award for Technology Innovation. The CATA Award for Technology Innovation will be awarded to an Aboriginal or Minority-owned business for the most innovative new technology-based product or service, based on current and potential impact in the market and how it will deliver results to corporate Canada.
"CATA is an avid supporter of CAMSC's diversity mandate. We are thrilled to launch this new award at their upcoming Awards ceremony," says Kevin Wennekes, VP of Research, CATA. "Aboriginal and minority owned businesses are at the forefront of innovative technology in Canada, it's important to recognize their accomplishments and success in our industry."
The CAMSC Business Awards celebrate the outstanding innovation, successes and entrepreneurial drive of Aboriginal and minority businesses. This year's exclusive event also honours Canadian corporations who are leading the way in diversifying their supplier base to reflect their local community and customer base.
About CAMSC - The Canadian Aboriginal and Minority Supplier Council is a non-profit, private sector driven organization whose mission is to facilitate diversity in the supply chain - specifically, linking corporate Canada to aboriginal and minority owned businesses - which ultimately delivers innovation, competitiveness and supply chain renewal.
For more information on the CAMSC Business Achievement Awards, please visit: http://www.camsc.ca/engine/web/events/business_achievement_awards_2010/index