The Van Horne Institute is recognized within Canada and internationally as a leading institute of public policy, education, and research in transportation, supply chain and logistics, and regulated industries.
The Van Horne Institute assists industry, government, and the public in addressing issues affecting transportation, supply chain management and logistics and regulated industries in all areas of carriage relevant to the well-being and growth of industry and commerce.
Efficient and low-cost supply chain and logistics services are essential to both industry and the public in our geographically large country, so the evolution of sound industrial strategy, public policy, and progressive legislation and regulations are increasing in importance as business moves further towards globalization. Industry needs to be innovative to compete.
One of the key success drivers for the Institute is the development of the Canadian Centre for Advanced Supply Chain Management and Logistics. Other areas of significance include the Centre for Information & Communication's Digital Futures rural broadband project and its broader relation to advanced network and information technologies.
GO Productivity began life as Productivity Alberta, before expanding its services countrywide. Founded in 2008 as a service of the Government of Alberta to help the province’s construction and manufacturing sectors be more productive, more competitive and more profitable, Productivity Alberta transitioned into a private, not-for-profit corporation in October 2011 and, in November of 2014, grew into a nationwide company called GO Productivity. These changes have allowed the company to refocus its efforts and enhance its services.
GO Productivity offers a broad range of services that help companies identify and address gaps in productivity, maximize resources and be more efficient. We have our own in-house productivity experts as well as a vast network of resources to ensure that whatever the productivity challenge your business faces, we have the capacity to meet it head on.
HRIA is the professional association dedicated to strengthening the human resources profession and upholding the highest standards of practice. With chapters in all major cities in Alberta, HRIA is the third largest HR association in Canada representing over 6,000 members. We are the exclusive certifying body in Alberta for the Certified Human Resources Professional (CHRP) designation; the standard for HR professionals in Canada. The CHRP demonstrates HR expertise, experience and ethical management of today’s human capital. Together with our members, we are working towards becoming a self-regulated, recognized profession in Alberta.
From inception of organising its first trade show in 1908, dmg :: events has revolutionised sector-driven trade shows and conferences that bring buyers and sellers together. dmg :: events’ global energy portfolio of events, publications, content, analysis and information provides connections to the marketplace in the spirit of bringing people face-to-face to do business.
A wholly-owned subsidiary of one of the largest media companies in the world, Daily Mail Group Trust plc (“DMGT”), dmg :: events is an international business organising B2B energy events, with over 80 events worldwide in 25 countries. dmg :: events works closely with key stakeholders in the energy industry to help shape the events so that that they are both relevant and current.
The Alberta Council of Technologies (ABCtech) advocates for the commercialization of disruptive technologies that will place Alberta and Alberta companies at the forefront of emerging economies. Through the creation of cross-discipline and cross-industry dialogue on emerging technologies and their impact on us, the global citizen, we germinate unique opportunities for collaboration amongst stakeholders who may otherwise not interact. ABCtech seeks to provide a point of contact and communication for Alberta's technology leaders and entrepreneurs. Developing alliances for emerging technology industries.