|By Marketwired .||
|September 4, 2014 04:00 PM EDT||
EDMONTON, ALBERTA -- (Marketwired) -- 09/04/14 -- The second annual E-Town festival will bring entrepreneurial minds together for a two-day exchange of ideas and inspiration. Keynote speakers will challenge you to think differently about creativity, leadership, entrepreneurship, innovation and humanity.
E-Town is about inspiring people to become better entrepreneurs, thinkers, innovators and citizens. There will be many opportunities to learn, network, enjoy food truck fare and be entertained, including a rare performance by husband and wife Raine Maida and Chantal Kreviazuk.
E-Town Festival September 11-12 Shaw Conference Centre Full event schedule listed at www.e-town.ca
To Attend E-Town As Media
Please register by sending the following information to [email protected]:
-- Name(s) of media personnel attending -- Contact email/phone number -- Organization -- Interview Requests
Please note that only 30 seconds of video/audio will be allowed during keynote addresses. Speakers will be available for on-site interviews (by advance request):
- Raine Maida, Singer-songwriter and Founder of Our Lady Peace
- Brad Ferguson, President and CEO, Edmonton Economic Development
Edmonton Economic Development heads a group of organizations behind the festival including Entrepreneurs' Organization, Alberta Women Entrepreneurs, Startup Edmonton, Make Something Edmonton, Edmonton Chamber of Commerce, Edmonton Executives Association, Junior Achievement and TEC Edmonton.
Non-media registration at e-town.ca
Twitter : @etownfest / #etownfest
Facebook : E-Town Festival
780.917.7644 / 780.902.3137
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