Wednesday, July 22, 2020 — 9:00 AM EDT

The Waterloo Innovation Summit is back and ready to tackle today's most pressing issues. On July 22 and August 19, Randall Lane, Forbes chief content officer and editor, explores how talent and innovation collide in the race to reset today's workforce and rebuild economies.  

  • July 22 — Reset. Rebuild. Rebound. | The talent imperative 
  • August 19 — Reset. Rebuild. Rebound. | The innovation imperative 

This timely, multi-part virtual Summit brings together provocative thought leaders and successful entrepreneurs to spark debate and ignite ideas on what it will take to thrive in a post-pandemic world. 

Keynote and Moderator:

Randall Lane, CCO and Editor, Forbes

Speakers:

Martin BashiriMartin Basiri, Co-Founder and CEO, ApplyBoard, and Deloitte 2019 Technology Fast 50 winner  - Mechanical and Mechatronics Alumni (MASc ’13)

Michael Litt, Co-Founder and CEO, Vidyard, and Canada’s Top 40 Under 40 2019

Norah McRae,  Associate Provost, Co-operative and Experiential Education, University of Waterloo

Sandra Banks,  Vice-President, University Relations, University of Waterloo

Charmaine Dean, Vice-President, Research and International, University of Waterloo

Join Forbes CCO and Editor, Randall Lane, as he explores how talent and innovation collide in the race to reset today’s workforce and rebuild economies.

This timely, multi-part virtual summit brings together provocative thought-leaders and successful entrepreneurs to spark debate and ignite ideas on what it will take to thrive in a post-pandemic world.


The digital revolution was well underway when the global pandemic hit, accelerating the need for change. With no sector or industry immune to its impact, most organizations now look to reset, rebuild and rebound.

Attracting trailblazers in industry, government and research, the Waterloo Innovation Summit offers a no-holds barred immersion into technology, disruption and emerging trends.

We invite you to join the free, two part series, online - register here for tickets.

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