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Entertainment Management Conference

Established in 2012 by an undergraduate student at McGill University and in partnership with evenko, Entertainment Management Conference (EMC) is a student-run initiative that exposes students and young professionals of the Montreal community to the world of entertainment. EMC is a unique conference that explores the interdisciplinary facets of the entertainment industry including but not limited to music, film, gaming, media, nightlife, art, and live events. By providing valuable insight into the entertainment industry, we are hoping to expand the conventional horizons on the perception of entertainment.

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Fashion Business Uncovered

Fashion Business Uncovered is a one-of-kind experience offered to undergraduate students in collaboration with the Soutar Career Services and the Management Undergraduate Society. Spend a day in the life of some of Canada’s most inspiring leaders from the fashion industry. Through a number of panels and speaker series, FBU will make you uncover the business of fashion.

Desautels Business Conference on Sustainability

DBCS targets some of the brightest students from universities across North America to gather a multilateral perspective on issues related to sustainability. While most delegates are in business programs, students from other fields of study such as engineering, science, arts, and environment also attend. The conference invites leading experts from corporations, non-governmental organizations and academia to speak to students and provide them with the tools and knowledge they need to help ensure a sustainable future. DBCS focuses on the three realms of sustainability that affect and are affected by business practices: social, economic and environmental.

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Empower McGill

The Empower McGill: Embracing Disabilities in Business Conference is a student run initiative to provide the tools necessary to promote disability inclusion in the workplace. Recognizing the capabilities within all individuals, the conference strives to break down barriers set intrinsically by students themselves and extrinsically, in the work environment. To do so, we aim to build an event that is inclusive, diverse, and accessible to all participants, redefining the perceptions associated with disabilities and empowering individuals to build confidence.

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Desautels African Business Initiative

It is my pleasure to introduce this year’s conference theme: Africa: The Final Frontier. Our strategic goals for this year include: engaging universities throughout the north eastern part of Canada and the United States, fundraising for the long-term health of our organization, and supporting recruitment efforts of students and organizations with specific interest and passion for Africa.