NASCO, the North American Strategy for Competitiveness, believes a globally competitive North America — with efficient and secure supply chains and border crossings, a versatile and skilled workforce, and a clean, healthy climate — may only be achieved through hard work, cooperation at every level of government, academia and industry, and by accomplishing small successes every single day.
Now that USMCA has been signed, where do we stand as North American nations, how does this trade agreement differ from NAFTA, and how will it benefit Canada?
Today, NASCO is the only truly grassroots, trinational membership organization focused on the North American supply chain and logistics, energy and the environment, and closing the skilled workforce gap. NASCO has members from across the continent: provinces, states, cities, counties, global corporations, SMEs, small mom and pop shops, every mode of transportation, sea ports, inland ports, energy and environment entities, colleges, graduate schools, high school independent school districts, and community colleges and technical schools, chambers of commerce, economic development corporations, industry associations and corridor coalitions.
Join the Manitoba Chambers of Commerce as we host NASCO President Tiffany Melvin, J.D. — who has been with NASCO for 22 of its 25 years — for a keynote presentation and breakfast networking event.
DATE: Friday, February 21, 2020
LOCATION: The Fairmont Hotel, 2 Lombard Place, Winnipeg
TIME: 7:30 to 9:15 AM
With special thanks to our MBiz Breakfast event supporters: