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Vision Quest Conference & Tradeshow 2014

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Vision Quest 2014 – From Vision to Reality

Vision Quest is back by popular demand for a 18th year! This year’s event will once again be held at the RBC Convention Centre Winnipeg, May 13-15, 2014,  where we will host nearly 1,000 Conference participants as we well as over 80 exhibits. Over the last 17 years, nearly than 12,000 people have shared in plenary and workshop sessions, partnership building, cultural and networking events.

The Vision Quest Conference & Tradeshow Includes

  • Networking with over 1,000 Delegates, Exhibitors, Sponsors and Volunteers
  • Interactive workshops and motivational keynote presentations delivered by business, cultural and industry leaders
  • Cultural presentations and entertainment, continental breakfasts, lunches and break refreshments
  • Entry into the Vision Quest Trade Show with over 80 exhibits
  • Empowering Youth Program
  • Opportunity to purchase tickets to the Gala Banquet with renowned entertainment

Registration is now open! >>

Highlights

  • Over 1000 participants from across Manitoba and Canada.
  • Empowering youth program
  • 80 Trade Show exhibits
  • Opening Night Event and entertainment
  • Interactive workshops and motivational keynote presentationsdelivered by business and industry leaders
  • Gala Banquet with world-class entertainment

Who Should Attend?

  • Aboriginal Business Owners and Operators
  • Aboriginal Youth
  • Community Leaders
  • Economic Development Officers
  • Investors and Financial Institutions
  • Government and Corporate Representatives
  • Business and Community Service Providers
  • Those interested in doing business with the Aboriginal community

THREE KEYNOTE PRESENTERS

Michelle Thrush

Michelle Thrush is a Gemini Award-winning actor who has been working professionally in film, television and theatre for over 20 years. Her current projects include Blackstone on APTN, and Arctic Air on CBC, and she was named Alberta Aboriginal Role Model of the Year in 201


Stefan RichardStefan Richard is a father, speaker, and former professional wrestler from Sagkeeng First Nation who lost everything and nearly his life to the horrors of drug addiction. Today he shares his experience, strength and hope through the story of his meteoric rise as a professional wrestler, incredible fall, and eventual redemption.2.

  1. Don BurnstickDon Burnstick is a comedian and motivational speaker who uses humour and performance to provide a holistic approach to healing and personal wellness. The youngest of 15 children, coupled with growing up on the reserve, taught Don a variety of means of defending himself, not the least of which became his use of humour.

The 2014 Schedule

The Vision Quest Trade Show is FREE and open to the public on Wednesday and Thursday. Come down and check it out!

Show Hours:

FREE and Open to the Public:
Wednesday, May 14th: 8:30 am – 4:30 pm
Thursday, May 15th: 8:30 am – 2:30 pm

Download the Partnership Opportunity Package for Sponsors & Exhibitors

For more information: 

Vision Quest Conferences Inc.

200-208 Edmonton Street 
Winnipeg, MB – R3C 1R7
Phone: (204) 942-5049 
or 1-800-557-8242

Location : Winnipeg, MB
Contact : Phone: (204) 942-5049 or 1-800-557-8242
FREE and Open to the Public:
Wednesday, May 14th: 8:30 am – 4:30 pm
Thursday, May 15th: 8:30 am – 2:30 pm

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