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Neil Gordon, President of the Canadian NanoBusiness Alliance will speak at the AMERICANA 2007 International Environmental Technology Trade Show and Conference in Montreal on March 21, 2007 at 4 pm on "Investing in Nanotechnology Solutions for Clean Water."
The Canadian NanoBusiness Alliance is please to participate at AMERICANA 2007, the International Environmental Technology Trade Show and Conference, to be held in Montreal from March 20 to 22, 2007. Recognized as one of the most important events of its type in North America, Americana 2007 will host 10,000 participants from more than 60 countries, 400 exhibitors and 150 speakers under the banner ěThe Environment: Fuelling the Economic Engineî. Canadian Prime Minister STEPHEN HARPER has agreed to serve as Honorary President of AMERICANA 2007.
In the current climate of market globalization and planetary warming, the balance between environmental friendliness and economic development represents our number one challenge. While some manufacturers regard environmental regulations as restrictive, a great many entrepreneurs, by contrast, view them as an opportunity to innovate and improve their processes. AMERICANA will examine this unique opportunity for our businesses to thrive in a context of environmental regulation and explore other exciting themes linked to economic development through a series of excellent conferences. The Canadian NanoBusiness Alliance will contribute to this dialogue with the following presentation:
President, Canadian NanoBusiness Alliance
Investing in Nanotechnology Solutions for Clean Water
Wednesday, March 21, 2007
Montreal Convention Centre - Palais des congrËs
159 Saint-Antoine West
Montreal, Quebec H2Z 1H2
Telephone: (514) 871-8122
Toll Free: 1 800 268-8122
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About Canadian NanoBusiness Alliance
The Canadian NanoBusiness Alliance (CNBA) is a nanotechnology association and facilitator. Its dual mission is to establish a Canadian National Nanotechnology Initiative and to develop major nanotechnology initiatives across the globe.
Through a diverse representation of businesses, investors, researchers, academia and government agencies throughout Canada, the CNBA acts as a collective voice for Canadaís nanotechnology business community. As a facilitator of nanotechnology commercializing and economic development, the CNBA is actively involved in developing major international nanotechnology initiatives. With an extensive global network of nanotechnology leaders in business, science, finance and politics, the CNBA offers leadership and know-how for establishing business-oriented nanotechnology initiatives leading towards bottom-line commercial results.
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