The Canadian Club of Toronto

The Canadian Club of Toronto

October 20, 2006 11:06 ET

Elyse Allan, President and CEO, GE Canada to Address Canadian and Empire Clubs: "Ensuring Canada's Place in the Transforming Global Economy."

TORONTO, ONTARIO--(CCNMatthews - Oct. 20, 2006) -

Attention: Assignment, Business and Photo editors



WHO: Elyse Allan

WHAT: Fundamental change - positive or negative - requires
businesses to modify the way they think. And in many cases
to reinvent themselves. No large company is perhaps a
better example of this mindset revolution than GE, which is
clearly taking the initiative when it comes to finding new
technologies and new ways to conserve and save our planet.
This is not only the right thing to do, but a profitable
one as well.

On October 23rd Elyse Allan will speak about some of the
fundamental changes facing businesses today and in
particular she'll share some insights into what Canadian
businesses and business leaders need to do to ensure their
places in the transforming global economy.

WHEN: 1 p.m. luncheon address - Monday, October 23, 2006

WHERE: Metro Toronto Convention Centre, Room 105 (North)

BACKGROUND: Elyse Allan joined GE back in 1984, working in both the US
and Canada. She later became the President of the Toronto
Board of Trade, which she led for five years until
returning to GE as President and CEO of GE Canada. Elyse
serves on the Board of Directors of the Canadian Council of
Chief Executives, the C.D. Howe Institute, the Public
Policy Forum, and the Board of Governors for the Canadian
Council on Unity. She's also a member of the Young
President's Organization and the National Roundtable on the
Environment and the Economy.


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