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Date
November 30, 2017 Time
8:00 am - 12:00 pm
Chapter
South-East New Brunswick Place
Cost
per person

The Value of Relationships and Networking | Cybersecurity, what New Brunswick is doing for Canada

The Value of Relationships and Networking

with DAN MARTELL, Local Entrepreneur, Speaker and Investor

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Cybersecurity, what New Brunswick is doing for Canada

with DAVID WHELBOURN, Programme Director for CyberNB

 

Dan MartellDan Martell is serial entrepreneur, speaker, investor and former founder of Clarity (acquired by Fundable) and Flowtown (acquired by Demandforce). Dan first became a millionaire at 27 and has since invested in such businesses as Udemy, Intercom, Unbounce and Foodspotting.

He is a perfect example of someone who has overcome all odds to achieve massive success. Having built and sold three technology companies, Dan now dedicates his time to coaching high performing SaaS entrepreneur to scale their businesses in a predictable way.

www.danmartell.com
www.youtube.com/danvmartell
https://twitter.com/danmartell

David WhelbournDavid Whelbourn is currently the Programme Director for CyberNB – a Government of New Brunswick Special Operating Agency with the objective to establish New Brunswick as the Canadian Epicentre for Cybersecurity. David has delivered innovations in business practices, medical practices and shared services.

David is a certified project and programme manager, he is an accomplished project management professional with more than 25 years experience in both the private and public sectors.  He has managed projects and programmes across diverse range of areas from Information Technology, Healthcare, Business services, Distribution and the Public Sector. He has been a contributor to Project Management knowledge and PMI standards since 2005.

David brings a proven success record in project leadership in innovative projects for companies such as Panasonic, Reed Exhibitions, Medicsight and the Government of New Brunswick.
Originally from the UK, David immigrated to Canada and New Brunswick in 2005. He became a Canadian Citizen in 2010.