October 2012, Ottawa – Blomeley Communications is pleased to have worked with one of Canada’s most influential and respected business groups, the Canadian Council of Chief Executives.
On September 24-25, 2012, the Canadian Council of Chief Executives hosted “Canada in the Pacific Century”, a conference bringing together leaders from business, government, academia, and other key groups to discuss Asia’s rise and the implications for Canada. Blomeley shot and produced a series of one-on-one interviews with several conference attendees and will continue to work with CCCE management on expanding the organization’s digital media presence.
The CCCE is a not-for-profit, non-partisan organization composed of the CEOs of Canada’s leading enterprises, who collectively administer C$4.5 trillion in assets, have annual revenues in excess of C$850 billion, and are responsible for the vast majority of Canada’s exports, investment, research and development, and training. The CCCE engages in an active program of public policy research, consultation and advocacy. They are a source of thoughtful, informed comment from a business point of view on issues of national importance to the economic and social fabric of Canada.
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