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Keynote address to the Economic Club of Canada by Frank Vettese

Published on: Nov 22, 2018

What does it mean for Canada to be a global leader? How should Canadian businesses respond to constant disruption? Will a more inclusive business climate unlock Canada’s competitive advantage? Who will develop the leaders of tomorrow?

To answer these questions, Deloitte Canada has invested in a multi-year research initiative called Canada at 175 to study the factors that drive business performance, from productivity and preparedness for technological disruption to cultural business imperatives like courage and inclusion.

Deloitte’s newest research tackles perhaps the most important question of all: what are the traits for lasting business success? Not just to endure, but to thrive—and secure a more prosperous future in Canada.

In this video, hear from Frank Vettese, Managing Partner and Chief Executive of Deloitte Canada, about what it will take to build a better future for our country over the next 25 years. 

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