You're invited to our next Quarterly Breakfast: Bridging the Canadian Commercialization Gap

You are invited to the Greater Peterborough Innovation Cluster’s Quarterly Breakfast

Presentation by:

Albert Behr

Friday, October 2, 2015

Holiday Inn, Garden Court, 150 George St. North

Peterborough, ON

7:30am-9:30am

Eggs Benedict Buffet, Fresh Baked Muffins, Season Fruit Yogurt Parfaits, Smoothies and Pan Friend Potatoes

Space is limited! Please click here to register now!

Bridging the Canadian Commercialization Gap
 
Albert will be presenting his well regarded ‘Dr. Phil’ Speech providing his insight regarding the core strategies needed for Canadians to be competitive on a global scale. His discussion gets at the faults and strengths of Canadians and provides a unique perspective of how to best utilize core competencies. He will also be looking at the techonology industry to provide an interesting take on how to be successful in that industry.

About Albert Behr

A proud Canadian, Albert Behr, in his 30 years of professional experience, has led both the financing and operational execution of some of North America’s and Asia’s most famous technology companies.

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Albert Behr

Albert’s current work involves funding and driving some of the most promising IT, Cleantech, Life Sciences, and Material Science firms in North America through his widely recognized Business Acceleration firm, Behr & Associates Inc. Additionally, as Co-Founder of Cleantech North, Albert helps drive national agenda items for the Canadian Cleantech market. Albert also writes a regular feature article for Profit Magazine, as well as being a frequent Guest Lecturer and Professor for several MBA and Engineering Schools in Canada.
Previously, Albert was CEO of Cavet Technologies, Chief Strategy Officer for BorderWare Technologies, and Chief Operating Officer of NRG Group, a TSX-listed venture capital firm. Before that, Albert was Senior Vice President Marketing and Product Management for Platform Computing Corp, a Toronto-based enterprise load-balancing software firm bought in 2012 by IBM for over $600 million.
Internationally, Albert was Senior Vice President Marketing and Product Management for Seattle-based Sequel Corporation, and Senior Director of Marketing for Symantec Corporation in San Jose, California. He joined Symantec following the $560 million acquisition of Delrina, where he was Senior Director of Marketing. Albert has also held numerous senior product management, marketing, and business development positions in Canada, Silicon Valley California and Tokyo Japan, for AT&T, NCR and Fujitsu Limited.
Albert earned an MBA in High Technology Marketing and Finance from North Dakota State University, and his undergraduate degree from the University of Manitoba in Economics and Psychology.

R.S.V.P. by October 1, 2015 @ 12:00pm