Panel B: Business Practices and Opportunities in Swiss and Canadian Cleantech Markets

17 mars 2022 / 10.10 - 11.30 EDT (Ottawa), 15.10 - 16.30 CET (Berne)


Découvrez l'univers des technologies propres au Canada et en Suisse du point de vue des entreprises. Ce panel de haut niveau discutera des pratiques commerciales, des opportunités d'investissement ainsi que du développement et du potentiel des secteurs suisses et canadiens des technologies propres.

 

Les panélistes discuteront des stratégies d'entrée sur le marché, à la fois entre le Canada et la Suisse, mais aussi sur les marchés nord-américains et européens en général. Nous discuterons également des dernières tendances et opportunités du marché dans les secteurs des technologies propres respectifs. Deux études de cas d'une entreprise canadienne et d'une entreprise suisse illustreront ces aspects.
 

David Morrison

Panélistes

David Morrison

David Morrison

Deputy Minister of International Trade

David Morrison was appointed Deputy Minister of International Trade in January 2022, following his role as the Foreign and Defence Policy Adviser to the Prime Minister. Since 2019, he acts as Personal Representative of the Prime Minister for the G7 Summit.
His public service career included various positions at Global Affairs Canada, the UN Capital Development Fund, the UN Development Programme, the Canadian Embassy in Havana and the Executive Board of the World Economic Forum in Geneva.
He holds a master’s degree of Philosophy in International Relations, from the University of Oxford, and a bachelor’s degree in History from Yale University.

Ineichen-Fleisch


 

Marie-Gabrielle Ineichen-Fleisch

S.E. Marie-Gabrielle Ineichen-Fleisch

Secrétaire d'Etat à l'économie, Suisse

Since 2011, Marie-Gabrielle Ineichen-Fleisch is State Secretary and Director of the State Secretariat of Economic Affairs SECO. 
Previously, she was Ambassador and Delegate of the Federal Council for Trade Agreements, Swiss Chief negotiator in the WTO and Head of the World Trade Division. 
The lawyer and MBA holder worked in Government Procurement and dispute settlement. In addition to her roles at SECO, she was active for the World Bank.
 

Maike Althaus

Maike Althaus

Maike Althaus

CEO, Canada Cleantech Alliance

Maike Althaus is the Executive Director of Canada Cleantech Alliance as well as of the Ontario Clean Technology Industry Association (OCTIA). In this double role, she advocates for Canada’s cleantech companies to address the sector’s key challenges: access to capital, markets and customers. Through her work, Maike mitigates risk for all parties whether it is reputational, financial or political.

Ben Nyland

Ben Nyland

Ben Nyland

CEO, Loop Energy Inc. (Étude de cas 1)

As President & CEO of Loop Energy, Ben Nyland guides the company’s vision to design and manufacture fuel cell solutions for the commercial vehicle industry. Ben was appointed as President of Loop Energy in 2015 and Chief Executive Officer in 2016. He has led Loop's growth with expanded facilities in China and Europe, launched three products, and brought the company through the IPO process in 2021, raising $100 million on the TSX.

CEO of a Swiss Cleantech Company

Peter Tyszewicz

CEO, Core Energy Recovery Solutions, Zehnder Group (Étude de cas 2)

Peter Tyszewicz is the CEO of Core Energy Recovery Solutions, Canada, a subsidiary of the Swiss based Zehnder Group. Core develops & manufactures products to improve building air quality with reduced energy requirements and also supplies fuel cell humidifiers.  A Mechanical Engineer from Queen's University and an MBA from the University of Detroit-Mercy, Peter has led companies in hydrogen, solar, wind and automotive industries. 

Fabian Etter

Modérateur

Fabian Etter

Fabian Etter

Co-Président, swisscleantech - the Swiss Cleantech Association

Fabian Etter has been working at the interface of sustainability, business and politics for more than 15 years. He is Co-President of the business association swisscleantech, founder of a sustainability consultancy, and a member of the Board of Directors of the family-owned company Elektro Etter. In the past, he held leading positions at the telecommunications company Swisscom and the consulting firm Energie Zukunft Schweiz.  

Il s'agit d'un événement organisé par un tiers. Le Swiss-Canadian Cleantech Innovation Summit est organisé conjointement par le Secrétariat d'État suisse à la formation, à la recherche et à l'innovation (SERI), le Secrétariat d'État suisse à l'économie (SECO), l'Ambassade de Suisse au Canada, Affaires mondiales Canada (GAC), Innovation, Science et Développement économique Canada (ISED) et l'Ambassade du Canada en Suisse, avec le soutien précieux d'Innosuisse, de Switzerland Global Enterprise, du Fonds national suisse de la recherche scientifique et du Conseil national de la recherche du Canada.
 

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