Canadian ICT Market Overview: Identifying Diamonds in the Rough

Venue: IDC Canada office

Location: Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Event Date/Time: Oct 07, 2009
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Canadian ICT Market Overview: Identifying Diamonds in the Rough

Mixed economic opinions and conflicting reports about the potential of an economic recovery are breeding uncertainty and limited spending in the broad ICT market. Although the ICT market in Canada is expected to decline by almost $2 Billion in 2009, Canada's ICT market continues to thrive and is projected to grow to $90.4B in 2013, with certain sub sectors showing particular promise for growth.

Join IDC's Lars Goransson, VP, Canadian Consulting & Practices, and Krista Napier, Senior Analyst, Canadian Emerging Technology and Competitive Intelligence, for a casual and interactive discussion of where the ICT market is today, and where your best investment opportunities lie. This breakfast briefing, designed for the investment community, will explore the state of the Canadian ICT Market today, and the promising areas for growth and investment as the market recovers. During the briefing IDC will share recently updated 5-year forecasts with participants. Following the discussion, take advantage of the opportunity to speak with an IDC analyst one-on-one about market opportunities of interest to you, and leave with valuable data and insights you can leverage in your business.

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36 Toronto St
Toronto
Ontario
Canada
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This breakfast briefing, designed for the investment community, will explore the state of the Canadian ICT Market today, and the promising areas for growth and investment as the market recovers. During the briefing IDC will share recently updated 5-year forecasts with participants. Following the discussion, take advantage of the opportunity to speak with an IDC analyst one-on-one about market opportunities of interest to you, and leave with valuable data and insights you can leverage in your business. Free event for the investment community

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