Automotive seminar geared to toolmaker issues, concerns
A seminar focused on the strategic business issues of interest to tool, mold, and die makers serving the automotive...
September 18, 2003 by Canadian Plastics
A seminar focused on the strategic business issues of interest to tool, mold, and die makers serving the automotive sector will be held Oct. 15 in Windsor, ON, and Oct 17, in Toronto. The seminar, organized and sponsored by Export Development Canada, in conjunction with PriceWaterHouseCoopers, will feature presentations by industry experts on a variety of topics, including automotive tooling opportunities, credit evaluation of major automotive suppliers and a North American auto sales forecast.
The October 15 seminar, a full-day session, will be held at the Cobato Club in Windsor. The Oct. 17 seminar is a half-day program running at the Toronto Board of Trade. Cost for the event is $100. For more information contact Lillian Gagnon at 1-888-332-2360. People can also register online at www.edc.ca/auto.