Following the success of five online discussion events, the team at ReNew Canada has announced the details of the InfraIntelligence series conversations for the rest of 2020.
ReNew Canada introduced the InfraIntelligence discussion series in April 2020, with the first conversation focusing on infrastructure’s vital role in Ontario’s economic recovery, presented in partnership with the Construction and Design Alliance of Ontario.
In May, ReNew Canada hosted two more online forums, the first in partnership with Global Public Affairs for a discussion with former senior political leaders on the shape of Canada’s infrastructure stimulus, and the second a conversation on construction’s new health and safety regime, held in collaboration with RESCON, the IHSA, and LiUNA 183.
In June, ReNew Canada again partnered with its colleagues from Global Public Affairs to bring together three big-city mayors from across Canada to talk about the future of municipal infrastructure investment. The second conversation focused on market capacity in Canadian infrastructure, with featured speakers from the Canadian Construction Association, BuildForce Canada, and Infrastructure Ontario.
The remaining events for 2020 continue to focus on important conversations in the Canadian infrastructure space ones that, for the most part, are not being held in other open forums across Canada. Here is a look at the topics and dates for the upcoming events:
- July 30 th – Designing Infrastructure for Disruptive Events
- August 27 th – Breaking into the Market
- September 24 th – Putting a Price on Transportation
- October 22 nd – Electrifying the Economy
- November 26 th – Mobility on Demand
Each discussion runs 90 minutes, and is moderated by ReNew Canada Managing Editor Andrew Macklin.
Sponsorship and speaking opportunities may be available for these events. For inquiries on sponsorship, please contact Nick Krukowski at email@example.com. For speaking inquiries, contact Andrew at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Do you have a conversation that you want help pulling together at a national scale? Contact us to learn how you can show your thought leadership in the sector by presenting a conversation to the ReNew Canada audience. Contact Nick for details.