Calgary, Alberta (PRWEB) April 25, 2012
Hatsize, the leading cloud automation software provider for demos and training, today announced that The Globe and Mail has selected Hatsize CEO Guy Hummel to present at their Small Business Summit at the Calgary Hotel Arts on Wednesday, April 25, 2012. Guy will present lessons learned from co-founding to launching and growing Hatsize as a global software company.
"Creating innovative and profitable technology businesses helps everyone from end users to employees and even the economy as a whole," said Guy Hummel, Hatsize CEO. " I am pleased that The Globe and Mail asked me to participate in this important Small Business Summit and share what I have learned about teamwork and technology business success."
The Globe and Mail Small Business Summit will feature a panel of leaders from Calgary’s most successful small businesses including: Guy Hummel, Hatsize CEO, Sue Nicholls, Category Management Knowledge Group President, and Lori Stewart, ethor.com COO. Elena Cherney from The Globe and Mail will moderate.
Topics to be covered include:
- What needs to be in place to create a sustainable business? Why have they proven successful?
- What’s really going on in terms of capitalizing innovation at the startup level?
- Who are the key protagonists of this emerging world and why have they been successful?
- How much capital is available for SMEs in Canada and how is it accessed?
For those who want to hear firsthand wisdom from Calgary’s most successful small business leaders, this talk can’t be missed.
Hotel Arts is located at 119 12th Street S.W. in downtown Calgary. If interested in attending, please register for the April 25th Globe and Mail Small Business Summit.
Hatsize is a leading cloud automation software company that has provided over two million hours of hands-on demos and training for the world’s most successful technology companies including IBM, Juniper, and Symantec.