Top Canadian Entrepreneur, Arlene Dickinson is the Keynote Speaker at BOMEX 2018

Arlene Dickinson, renowned entrepreneur, venture capitalist, and television personality from the CBC program, Dragons’ Den will be our keynote speaker at BOMEX 2018!

 

Arlene Dickinson was once quoted as saying “The purpose of marketing is to deliver results”, and delivering results is something that we can all agree she does extremely well.

 

Although Arlene is most famously known for her time spent on the hit Canadian TV Series “Dragon’s Den”, she has also won numerous awards including the prestigious Calgary Business Owner of the Year Award, PROFIT magazines Top 100 Women Business Owners, the Pinnacle Award for Entrepreneurial Excellence and Canadas Most Powerful Women Top 100. And that’s not all; Arlene is a well-known author, a savvy investor, a CEO and a grandmother of 7. She also sits on numerous public and private boards and is dedicated to giving back to her community and country.

Take advantage of the BOMEX 2018 early bird rate and save $100 by registering before June 29th!

Visit bomex2018.ca for more information on sponsorship, registration and showcase.

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