Join us for the latest Disrupting with Digital breakfast event. The November 23 event will highlight the transformational impact of cross-organization collaboration through Gina Baillie's keynote, followed by a panel that will dig into omni-channel, from online to in-store, and more.
Gina Baillie, Director, Customer Journey Management, World Vision, shares a case study on the transformational impact of cross-organization collaboration.
The Spoke Club
600 King Street West, TorontoThe Portland Room, 2nd floor event space
$49 per person
Including admission, breakfast, and proceeds towards:• inclusivity projects run by Together• YWCA Toronto’s Girls’ CentreFor additional details on these initiatives, see the "An inclusive professional event" section below.
8:00am arrival, breakfast snacks and frittatas, mix and mingle8:30am introductions8:40am keynote, Gina Baillie, Director, Customer Journey Management, World Vision8:50am brief break9:00am panel: Omni-channel, from online to in-store, moderated by Lee Dale9:45am thank you, and wrap up9:50am mix and mingle
Keynote speakerGina Baillie, Director, Customer Journey Management, World VisionPanelistsLeigh Himel, Co-CEO, Gravity PartnersAmar Kulkarni, Canada Transformation Portfolio, ScholasticCheri Mara, VP, General Merchandising, Digital, IndigoModeratorLee Dale, CEO, Say Yeah!
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An inclusive professional event
In addition to placing a spotlight on digital transformation, we are focused on making this an inclusive and accessible event, highlighting top professionals across a variety of backgrounds, including women, people of colour, and members of the LGBTQ community.
When you purchase your tickets, you’ll be able to note any dietary restrictions.
In support of Together and YWCA Toronto's Girls' Centre
To support ongoing inclusivity efforts within the enterprise community, ticket sales revenue will be going to Toronto’s leading inclusive digital industry institution, Together, and YWCA Toronto’s Girl’s Centre, providing high school aged girls with access to technology, mentorship, and more.
We encourage you to purchase your tickets as soon as possible as this event is in high demand and tickets are selling quickly! Tickets will cover admission, breakfast, and proceeds will contribute to HoHoTO and YWCA Toronto’s Girls’ Centre.