Alberta Impact - an online media that advocates for business and innovation. Bryce Lambert, the host of the show is an innovator and entrepreneur, who molds conversations around key sectors of Alberta with business leaders, innovators, needle movers, and entrepreneurs. From a positive perspective, Alberta Impact is introducing Alberta to the world and the world to Alberta.
Mark Plamondon - Alberta Industrial Heartland
Alberta’s Industrial Heartland (AIH) is one of the world’s most attractive locations for chemical, petrochemical, oil, and gas investment. As Canada’s largest hydrocarbon processing region, the AIH is making history by enabling diversification at the intersection of economic resiliency and environmental leadership. With $45+ billion in existing capital investment and more than 40 companies, we are providing fuels, fertilizers, power, petrochemicals and more to provincial and global consumers.
Mark Plamondon is Executive Director of Alberta’s Industrial Heartland Association. Mark has over 25 years experience in management, operations, business development, and financial analysis of mineral and refining operations. He has extensive international experience and works to enhance the Heartland’s brand across the globe with investors, governments and stakeholders. Prior to his current role as Executive Director, Mark was Senior Vice President with Sherritt International Corporation, responsible for Sherritt’s nickel mining, processing, and refining operations in Madagascar. His education includes a Master of Business Administration from the University of Alberta and a Bachelor of Applied Science in Engineering from the University of British Columbia.
Trevor Muir - Surepoint Group
In this episode Hear the remarkable story of an Albertan company overcome challenges during covid. Learn the new age way of running a business that includes employees as its core foundation.
About the guest Trevor Muir is a senior operations executive with extensive experience in the instrumentation, electrical and mechanical fields as a 27-year veteran in the oil and gas industry. Maintains a proven track record of maximizing operational efficiencies by focusing on a culture of constant improvement and the highest level of customer satisfaction. Experienced leader in a multi-national corporate context, focused on improving overall safety performance, quality standards, profitable growth and operational improvement.
Phantom Compliance - Ryan Mueller
Discover the world of fraud investigation, underwriting of new application risk, fraud prevention, policy generation, compliance, managing 3rd party requests for information, crypto currencies and more with Ryan Mueller.
Canadian College of Health Leaders - Alain Doucet
An entrepreneurial association that connects communities, provides professional development, support and inspiration for health leaders across the nation. Meet Alain Doucet, CEO of Canadian College of Health Leaders and hear more about their programs, wins and plans for the future:
Malcolm Bruce - Edmonton Global
Malcolm Bruce is first ever the Chief Executive Officer of Edmonton Global, a regional economic development corporation that drives growth and investment in the Edmonton region.
Edmonton Global is a joint venture owned equally by 14 municipalities in the Edmonton region. Before its creation, economic development in the Edmonton region was often done at a municipal rather than regional level. Edmonton Global was created to change this. In his work, Malcolm brings together regional strengths and networks to seize on the potential of emerging markets.
Malcolm has a strong history of leadership in the Edmonton region. Prior to being CEO of Edmonton Global, Malcolm was the CEO of the Edmonton Metropolitan Region Board, a regional planning corporation. He oversaw the smooth transition of the Board membership, leadership and mandate. Prior to that role he had a long career in progressively senior leadership positions within the Canadian Military.
He is also the former Chair of the Consider Canada City Alliance (CCCA) which represents the 12 largest economies in Canada that account for 84% of all foreign direct investment in the country.
His skills in leadership, strategic planning and organizational change have been sought out to support the strategic planning and operations on many large complex issues, including at the 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympics and the 2013 floods in Southern Alberta.
He holds a BA degree in History from the University of Manitoba, two MA degrees from the Royal Military College of Canada, and the ICD.D designation from the Institute of Corporate Directors.
Bitcoin Well - Adam O'Brien