The Ontario Aerospace Council (OAC), along with the Ontario Ministry of Economic Development, Trade and Employment will be hosting a dedicated workshop for the aerospace and defense industry, led by Richard Aboulafia, VP of Analysis at the Teal Group. Mr. Aboulafia will be presenting a forecast and overview of the aerospace/defense industry. As a leading figure in the aerospace industry, Richard has appeared on numerous television and radio interviews including BBC, CNN, ABC, Bloomberg, and more.
Ontario Aerospace Council Event Details
Date: Wednesday, September 4, 2013
Location: Ontario Investment and Trade Centre
250 Yonge Street, 35th Floor, Toronto, Ontario
- 9:00am: Registration/Networking
- 9:30am: Presentation
- 12:30pm: Lunch
- 1:30pm: Networking with Richard and opportunity for discussion
Register for this Aerospace Event
The cost to register for this special event is $50.00 plus HST. Seats are limited, so only one registration per company will be accepted before the deadline of August 30, 2013. Email the Ontario Aerospace Council to request being placed on the waiting list if applicable.
Ontario Aerospace Registration Contact
In order to add participants to the waiting list please contact Leigh Kras:
By email: leigh.kras@theOAC.ca
By Phone: 905-387-1550
About the Speaker
Richard is the Vice President of Analysis at the Teal Group where he manages commercial and military aircraft consulting projects and analyzes defense and aerospace trends. As a major contributor to the Teal Group’s World Military and Civil Aircraft Briefing, a forecasting tool that covers over 135 aircraft programs and markets.
Please Direct Questions about the Event to:
Ontario Aerospace Council
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