The State of Business 2022
The North Vancouver business community has been responding to the many challenges and opportunities of the past year. What is the current state of business in North Vancouver? What will the year ahead bring?
Join us for an engaging and interactive panel discussion at The State of Business 2022. This online event will present a picture of the health and challenges of the North Vancouver business community, setting the tone for the year ahead.
Keynote Speaker: Peter Leitch - President, North Shore Studios/Mammoth Studios
Paul Dangerfield - President, Capilano University
Rushabh Jhaveri - VP, Commercial Banking North Shore, RBC Royal Bank
Duana Kipling - President, Neptune Terminals
Wendy McCulloch - Executive Director, Impact North Shore
Keynote Speaker: Peter Leitch, President North Shore Studios/Mammoth Studios
Peter Leitch is the President of North Shore Studios and Mammoth Studios and is Chair of the Motion Picture Production Industry Association of B.C. Peter is a Chartered Professional Accountant and was honoured with a fellowship by the Institute of Chartered Accountants of B.C., a Queens Diamond Jubilee Medal and an honorary doctorate degree from Capilano University.
Peter is a strong contributor in the business community, as a Governor and Past Chair of our North Vancouver Chamber, a former director of the B.C. Chamber of Commerce and a member of the Board of Governors of the B.C. Business Council.
Paul Dangerfield assumed the role of Capilano University's third president and vice-chancellor on October 1, 2016. Previously, Paul was the executive director and Vancouver campus dean of the New York Institute of Technology, and dean of Capilano University's faculty of business and professional studies from 2006 to 2009; vice-president of Education, Research and International with British Columbia Institute of Technology, and previously spent 20 years with the Canadian Forces Paul has served on a wide variety of boards including West Vancouver Chamber of Commerce; B.C. Council on Admissions and Transfer and the B.C. Technology Education Careers Council, and is a board member with Economic Partnership North Vancouver.