Explore technology and cross border opportunities between the City of San Antonio – second largest city in Texas- and the Province of Ontario, Canada.
The webinar will feature six senior executives from U.S.-based Frost Bank, USAA, and IPSecure as well as Ontario’s own multinational Blackberry, the Automotive Parts Manufacturers’ Association of Canada (APMA) and the Ontario Vehicle Innovation Network (OVIN).
Attendees from both regions can also apply for B2B meetings with the speakers as well as amongst themselves (only those companies attending the webinar will be eligible to request B2Bs - details after registration). See more benefits below.
Deadline to register and receive all benefits: January 12 at noon.
This program is of interest to companies in the cybersecurity, fintech, connected car, and other advance technologies in both Texas and Ontario.
The program is organized by the Ontario Trade & Investment Office in Dallas and the City of San Antonio, with support from the Export Growth and International Representation Division – Government of Ontario.
ABOUT THE COMPANIES IN THIS WEBINAR
APMA is Canada’s national association representing OEM producers of parts, equipment, tools, supplies, advanced technology, and services for the worldwide automotive industry.
BlackBerry (NYSE: BB; TSX: BB) provides intelligent Security Software &Services to enterprises and governments around the world.
Frost Bank (NYSE: CFR) is a Texas-chartered bank based in San Antonio with 0ver 150 branches and +4,500 employees.
IPSecure is based in San Antonio and provides a full spectrum of Enterprise and SMB Cybersecurity services to government and commercial sectors worldwide.
OVIN is driving economic development and catalyzing a future that builds safer, cleaner, and more efficient transportation.
USAA, founded in 1922, is a San Antonio-based Fortune 500 financial services group. The company has over 32,000 employees and offers services nationwide.