33rd ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING

TRANSFORMATION

June 4th – 6th, 2019  |  Hilton Saint John, NB

The only way you survive is you continuously transform into something else. It’s this idea of continuous transformation that makes you an innovation company.

Ginni Rometty, President & CEO | IBM

To encourage your success through an everchanging market, Responsible Distribution Canada | Distribution Responsable Canada has prepared a conference programme designed to ignite innovative thinking. The TRANSFORMATION conference will give each attendee an opportunity to learn, share and network, in Saint John, New Brunswick, also known as Saint Awesome!

The 2019 Programme features:

  • Transportation Panel 2.0 Featuring: David Garner of Brenntag NA, Bruno Muller of
    Caron Transportation Systems, Doug Kimmerly of DSN Chemical Transportation,
    Wayne Power of J.D. Irving Ltd. and Mike Hildebrand of Univar Canada Ltd.
  • John Corey, Canadian Transportation Agency
  • Chris Mathers, International Security Expert
  • Sean Simpson, Ipsos Canada
  • Jesus Atias, Dow Canada ULC
  • Jeremy Pafford, ICIS Chemical Business
  • Food & Beverage Crawl in Saint John Harbour
  • And Much More!!!

2019 AGM Sponsors

Keynote Speaker

CYBER SECURITY:
THE INVISIBLE WAR

 

CHRIS MATHERS

Crime, Terrorism & Security Expert

Keynote: CYBER SECURITY: THE INVISIBLE WAR

Chris Mathers spent most of his life working undercover for the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, US Drug Enforcement Administration, and the US Customs Service. Posing as a gangster, a drug trafficker, and even as a money launderer, Mathers has seen and done it all. In his extraordinary talks, Mathers takes audiences into the underworld that only he can describe, letting people in on the stunning stories and secrets harboured by terrorists and those involved in organized crime.

Mathers retired after a 20-year career with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police. At the time of his retirement, he was the senior undercover operator at the RCMP Proceeds of Crime Section where he established and operated a number of “storefront” money laundering businesses in Canada and the US, targeting Colombian, Russian, and Asian crime groups. Mathers personally infiltrated criminal organizations in North America, the Caribbean, Latin America, and Europe.