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The world of work is rapidly evolving and sustainability is at the forefront. We must consciously meet the ever-changing demands of the present without compromising the ability and needs of future generations.

Join us for a warp-speed journey through three distinct factors that we believe will define the future of sustainable business models and how you can begin to shift thinking within your organization.

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Tim Coldwell

President, Chandos

President, Chandos

Biographie

Tim Coldwell is a husband, dad and indigenous entrepreneur focused on leading by serving, culture, and the monetization of ideas. He serves as President of Chandos, an employee owned national technical builder that is leading change in the Canadian construction industry. Chandos is proud to be the first/largest B-Corp certified commercial general contractor in North America. Tim believes that business can generate economic value in a way that also produces value for society by addressing its challenges.

Under Tim’s leadership, Chandos has forged partnerships with social enterprises across Canada focusing on employment of at-risk youth and those who are under-represented in the construction industry. Tim is an advisor to San Francisco’s Center for Innovation in the Design & Construction Industry (CIDCI) and the past board chair of the Integrated Project Delivery Alliance (IPDA). He has been named a Top 40 Under 40 and is an alumnus of the Governor General’s Canadian Leadership Conference.

The world of work is rapidly evolving and sustainability is at the forefront. We must consciously meet the ever-changing demands of the present without compromising the ability and needs of future generations.

Join us for a warp-speed journey through three distinct factors that we believe will define the future of sustainable business models and how you can begin to shift thinking within your organization.

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