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Understanding the new USMCA, Toxic Stress in the Workplace and Beck Taxi Family Business Story- CON
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Understanding the new USMCA, Toxic Stress in the Workplace and a family business story surviving stiff competition and internal family discord over the decades - join us for an educational seminar featuring speakers on 3 very important topics.

When: Wednesday, January 16, 2018
7:30 AM- 10:00 AM
Where: Westin Prince Hotel
900 York Mills Rd
Toronto, Ontario 
Presenter: Charmaine Goddeeris, BDO Canada; Kira Leskew, The Eagle Institute; Kristine Hubbard, Beck Taxi
Contact: Ashleigh Blackmore

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Charmaine Goddeeris, BDO Canada-

USMCA – Trade Agreement between US, Mexico and Canada and Tax Implications for Your Family Business”

What has changed? What has remained the same? What does it mean to your business or you as a Canadian consumer? Join Charmaine Goddeeris, Senior Manager-Customs & International Trade at BDO Canada, as she provides the answers to those questions and more about what USMCA means for you and your family business.

 Click HERE for Charmaine's Biography



Kira Leskew, The Eagle Institute (FEX Member) – “The High Cost of Stress and Burnout to Private Business”

Although over 60% of the population reports experiencing high stress or burnout, to the extent they are missing work, many suffer in silence, including business owners. This can have profound impacts on the company’s bottom line. This talk will focus on the high costs of this stress, and offer clear solutions for reduce the effects for staff, executives and owners.

Click HERE for Kira's Biography



       Kristine Hubbard – Beck Taxi

Kristine Hubbard began working for her family’s cab company, Beck Taxi, over 25 years ago. Now, she serves as Operations Manager, ensuring Toronto’s most recognizable taxi service keeps getting people from point A to B. Kristine will share her candid story on the history of Beck Taxi, struggles in succession planning, surviving and thriving in a hyper competitive market, and heading up a male-dominated industry as a female leader.


Click HERE to see Kristine's Biography