ITAC Blog

Blogs by ITAC Board members, ITAC staff, and valued partners and members.

Pressing For Gender Diversity

Pressing For Gender Diversity

By Karna Gupta, President & CEO, ITAC In our continuing drive to encourage companies in the ICT sector to attract and retain more talented women, ITAC recently hosted the ‘Women in Leadership Diversity’ event at Microsoft in Mississauga with more …

Doing Business In Dubai: Some Key Lessons

Doing Business In Dubai: Some Key Lessons

By Karna Gupta, President and CEO, ITAC As set out in our International Business Development Strategy 2012-15, ITAC continues to organize overseas trade missions that encourage the adoption of best practice in international business development strategies for emerging Canadian ICT …

Making Our Voices Heard On Foreign Workers

Making Our Voices Heard On Foreign Workers

By Karna Gupta, President and CEO, ITAC In the months since Prime Minister Stephen Harper shuffled his Cabinet in July, ITAC has maintained an active schedule of meetings with ministers and senior staff members in portfolios that have some connection …

ITAC Encourages Trans-Pacific Agreement

ITAC Encourages Trans-Pacific Agreement

ITAC President and CEO Karna Gupta has written to International Trade Minister Ed Fast, encouraging him to conclude a Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) agreement that opens new markets for Canada and establishes rules for global trade. Gupta told the minister: “A …

ITAC Applauds New Global Markets Action Plan

ITAC Applauds New Global Markets Action Plan

ITAC welcomes the announcement by Minister of International Trade Ed Fast today regarding a new international trade plan that will engage in “economic diplomacy” to pursue Canadian commercial interests in emerging markets and to leverage Canada’s unprecedented trade access in Europe …

It’s Time To Celebrate What We Do

It's Time To Celebrate What We Do

By Karna Gupta, President and CEO, ITAC As we go about our regular business within Canada’s ICT community, it is easy to take for granted what we have, and what we contribute to Canada’s economy. Opportunities to come together to …