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Haiti - Economy : 4th Edition of the Day of the Haitian diaspora in Montreal
18/04/2015 10:25:57

Haiti - Economy : 4th Edition of the Day of the Haitian diaspora in Montreal
Saturday, April 25, 2015 from 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. will be celebrated the 4th Edition of the "Day of the Haitian Diaspora and heart friends" at the University of Quebec in Montreal (UQAM), in the room Marie-Gérin-Lajoie, Pavilion Judith-Jasmin, 405, St-Catherine East (Berri-UQAM) on the theme "Investment and business relationship, Québec-Haiti-Canada". On this occasion more than 50 exhibitors, more than 25 speakers, government officials , NGOs, private companies will be present in addition to a business networking dinner, contests and sweepstakes.

The purpose of this day is to promote the contribution of the Haitian diaspora in its society and to Haiti; promote trade between Quebec, Canada's largest cities, and Haiti; develop business links between the Montreal Haitian diaspora and Quebec and Canadian companies; acknowledge the support and business investment and the Haitian community organizations; explore different forms that can take the economic development and the relations between economic partners; create a link between Haitians living abroad and in Haiti; and project in the host country, Haitian cultural values and a positive image of the Haitian people.

Registration, tickets on sale at: www.eventbrite.ca/e/billets-journee-de-la-diaspora-haitienne-a-montreal-jdhm2015-15652265347?aff=es2&rank=1 or at (514) 972-2960.

All those interested in participating as partners, speakers, exhibitors or for any other information, contact DP Group Consultations by email to the following address:groupedpconsultations@gmail.com or call to 514-972-2960.

List of speakers :
Jean David Prophète CEO of Groupe DP Consultations and coordination of the event ; Bocchit Edmond, Ambassador, Permanent Mission of Haiti to the Organization of American States - Washington ; Katleen Félix, president Resource group of the regional associations of the Haitian diaspora (HHTARG) ; Mathias Pierre, president Etre Aysien ; Olicier Pieriche, Minister, Ministry of Haitians Living Abroad (MHAVE) ; Alexandre Boulerice Federal Deputy, New Democratic Party - NPD ; Emmanuel Dubourg Federal Deputy, Liberal Party of Canada - PLC ; Denise Gagnon, Director of the International Solidarity Service, Federation of Workers in Quebec (FTQ) ; Marjorie Villefranche President, Maison d’Haïti ; Rodney Saint-Éloi, author, edition Mémoire d'Encrier, Jean Ernest Pierre, CEO, Radio CPAM ; Jean-Christophe Stefanovitch, President nOula, Solidarity International Trade ; Hervé Denis, President, Chamber of Commerce and Industry Haitian-Canadian ; Andréanne Martel, Coordinator, International cooperation axis (CIRDIS) and Responsible of REINVENTERRA ; Émilie Fortin, Board member, Economy Group of Quebec Solidaire (GESQ) and doctoral student in the School of Management Sciences (ESG) ; Me Frédéric Gilbert, enior Partner, Fasken Martineau and past president JCCH (2012-2014), Frantz Voltaire, Director, International Centre for Documentation and Information Haitiann Caribbean and African Canadian (CIDIHCA), historian and political scientist and Nathalie Pierre-Antoine, Borough Councillor, Rivière-des-Prairies-Pointe-aux-Trembles.

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