52 min

What Assets are Building up Ottawa Businesses with Sueling Ching, Mark Goudie, Roger Greenberg and David Ross Ottawa Business Matters

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In this episode of Ottawa Business Matters, host Sam Laprade, joined by Sueling Ching, President and CEO of the Ottawa Board of Trade, discusses the Ottawa business growth survey and the positive influence of business leaders on municipal governance and community building. Special guests include Mark Goudie, President and CEO of OSEG, Roger Greenberg, Chair of the Ottawa Hospital Foundation campaign, and David Ross, CEO of Ross Video. They explore topics ranging from Lansdowne redevelopment, and the transformative new civic hospital project, to local business support and Ross Video’s impact on the global stage. The episode highlights the synergy between business, philanthropy, and community development, aiming to attract more business and foster inclusive economic growth in Ottawa.
00:00 Introduction to Ottawa Business Matters
00:41 Interview with Sueling Ching: Ottawa Business Growth Survey
02:35 Panel Discussion: Four Big Ideas to Advance Ottawa
06:20 Community Wealth Building and Local Initiatives
07:45 Upcoming Guests and Events
13:05 Interview with Mark Goudie: OSEG and Lansdowne
18:19 Future Plans for Lansdowne 2.0
23:32 OSEG Foundation and Community Impact
25:36 Interview with Roger Greenberg
25:54 Introduction to Roger Greenberg's Roles and Campaign
26:31 The New Civic Campus Project
27:35 Challenges and Importance of the Civic Hospital
29:28 Fundraising Goals and Community Support
30:42 Impact of the Pandemic on Hospital Plans
34:15 Recognition and Contributions to the Campaign
37:39 Introduction to David Ross and Ross Video
38:18 Ross Video's Global Impact and Origins
40:35 Growth and Success of Ross Video
46:19 David Ross's Leadership and Community Involvement
50:02 Conclusion and Final Thoughts
See the full transcript here

In this episode of Ottawa Business Matters, host Sam Laprade, joined by Sueling Ching, President and CEO of the Ottawa Board of Trade, discusses the Ottawa business growth survey and the positive influence of business leaders on municipal governance and community building. Special guests include Mark Goudie, President and CEO of OSEG, Roger Greenberg, Chair of the Ottawa Hospital Foundation campaign, and David Ross, CEO of Ross Video. They explore topics ranging from Lansdowne redevelopment, and the transformative new civic hospital project, to local business support and Ross Video’s impact on the global stage. The episode highlights the synergy between business, philanthropy, and community development, aiming to attract more business and foster inclusive economic growth in Ottawa.
00:00 Introduction to Ottawa Business Matters
00:41 Interview with Sueling Ching: Ottawa Business Growth Survey
02:35 Panel Discussion: Four Big Ideas to Advance Ottawa
06:20 Community Wealth Building and Local Initiatives
07:45 Upcoming Guests and Events
13:05 Interview with Mark Goudie: OSEG and Lansdowne
18:19 Future Plans for Lansdowne 2.0
23:32 OSEG Foundation and Community Impact
25:36 Interview with Roger Greenberg
25:54 Introduction to Roger Greenberg's Roles and Campaign
26:31 The New Civic Campus Project
27:35 Challenges and Importance of the Civic Hospital
29:28 Fundraising Goals and Community Support
30:42 Impact of the Pandemic on Hospital Plans
34:15 Recognition and Contributions to the Campaign
37:39 Introduction to David Ross and Ross Video
38:18 Ross Video's Global Impact and Origins
40:35 Growth and Success of Ross Video
46:19 David Ross's Leadership and Community Involvement
50:02 Conclusion and Final Thoughts
See the full transcript here

52 min