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CCAeLearning: #Maamawi: How to bring people together to discuss Reconciliation in Business

November 2 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm EDT

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The Ted Rogers Indigenous in Business student group at Toronto Metropolitan University brought 165+ people together (#maamawi) to celebrate the resurgence of Indigenous peoples’ and worldviews in business. Panelists at the inaugural Reconciliation in Business conference focused on Call-to-Action 92, as a way to support Indigenous self-determination, to close the socioeconomic gap, and unlock the $100 Billion annual Indigenous economy.

Learning Objectives: 

  1. How to identify who joins the conversation as sponsor, panelist, audience, vendor, and in other roles. 
  2. How to build relationships. 
  3. Why it matters in business. 
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Cody Anthony
Founder, Ted Rogers Indigenous in Business student group
Ted Rogers School of Management
Toronto Metropolitan University

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Sana Mulji
Senior Advisor, External Stakeholder Engagement & Strategic Partnerships
Ted Rogers School of Management
Toronto Metropolitan University

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Michael Mihalcz
Assistant Professor, Entrepreneurship & Strategy
Indigenous Advisor, Office of the Dean
Ted Rogers School of Management
Toronto Metropolitan University

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Non-members: $90

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November 2
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm EDT
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Non-Member - Maamawi ccaelearning 11/2/23
$ 90.00