Diversity is Good for Business
Tuesday, February 5, 2019
11:30am – 1:00pm
McNaughton Room – City Hall
500 Donald St E
Join us for lunch and a discussion about diversity and the role businesses play. How do diversity issues hold business back? Where does reputation overlap with racism? What role should the business community play in community wide issues and how do we improve our image? Dr. Judy Haiven and Dr. Larry Haiven will give a 30 minute presentation that will offer food for thought and real, practical advice on how to help Thunder Bay do business better.
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