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by Mark Kessels
Tags: Matchmaking

ABM 2015 - Watch the newest event video now!

The Aboriginal Business Match (ABM) is the most powerful Aboriginal-driven business development event in Canada connecting Aboriginal communities with the private sector to create opportunities for business.

At each event delegates initiate new business deals worth over $30 million.  

2,5 days - 360 participants - 3000 meetings

ABM delegates use a technology-driven online tool the Converve Platform to set up as many as 31 pre-qualified appointments that are 20 minutes in length.

Over a 2.5-day period at the event, these appointments keep the conversation focused and efficient and help determine next steps if a business match has been made or is possible.

Hear what decision-makers think about ABM! Watch this video:

 

Get in contact with us to receive more information on how we can assist you setting up your next successful networking event. Email: info(at)converve.de

By Mark Kessels

Mark found the potential of combining technology with events so fascinating that he founded an event technology company 10 years ago. The innovative entrepreneur hangs out with his dog Mylo in his free time and loves to travel.

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