COCKTAILS 5:30 PM | DINNER & PROGRAM 6:30 PM | COMPLIMENTARY OPEN BAR
The theme of the evening will revolve around how mentorship is a phenomenon, that no one is immune to. Its fundamental principles are applicable beyond the young people we serve; it is also a driving force behind any impactful business strategy.
Come enjoy a premier event of mingling, networking, our famous “Deal or No Deal” live auction, and impactful speakers, highlighting how mentorship is essential to success, both in personal life and for a thriving business.
Corporate table of 8: $1800
Individual ticket: $250
To purchase, please contact Victor Roman, Executive Director
firstname.lastname@example.org or 306-757-3900 ext 4
The Impacts of Mentoring in the Business Community
Successful people never reach their goals alone. The theme of the evening will revolve around how mentorship is a phenomenon that no one is immune to and how its fundamental principles are applicable to not only the youth we serve, but is also one of the key driving forces behind any successful business model.
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The Evening Includes:
Take the opportunity to meet our keynote speaker Murad Al-Katib, while enjoying appetizers and complimentary open bar.
Dinner and Program: 6:30
Enjoy dinner with a keynote speech from Murad Al-Katib. The evening will also include a fun twist on the popular Deal or No Deal game show featuring a “bald Howie Mandel” impersonator, door prizes and much more.
Keynote Speaker: Murad Al-Katib
Murad Al-Katib, President and CEO of AGT Food and Ingredients Inc., is the guiding visionary in all aspects of the business, while also serving on the Board of Directors. As a strong financial and strategic business thinker, he is also able to anticipate and mitigate risk in the international trading and commodities markets. Murad completed his MBA, then worked in trade promotion for the Government of Saskatchewan. In 2001, he founded Saskcan Pulse Trading, providing the nucleus for AGT. Since then he has grown AGT into a world leader in the production of value-added pulses, staple foods and pulse ingredients for markets around the globe. This Canadian start-up originating in Saskatchewan, is now a global billion-dollar company.
Murad has served on the Boards for the Canadian Special Crops Association and Pulse Canada. He was the Chair of the Advisory Board for Small and Medium Enterprise, for the Canadian Minister of International Trade. Murad proudly served as a panel member for the Government of Canada’s renewal of Canada’s Global Commerce Strategy and for the Advisory Committee for the Review of the Canada Transportation Act for the Minister of Transport. Currently, Murad serves on the Board of the Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada and is the Chair of Economic Development Regina.
Murad has been the recipient of a number of prestigious awards including the 2017 “Oslo
Business for Peace” Foundation Honouree, the 2017 Ernst and Young “World Entrepreneur of the Year” Award after being named 2016 Ernst and Young “Canadian Entrepreneur of the
Year” and “Prairie Entrepreneur of the Year”. He also received the 2016 United Nations
Association of Canada “Global Citizen Laureate” Award, a placement on the PROFITGuide
Magazine’s “30 Most Fabulous Entrepreneurs of the Past 30 Years” list, the Globe & Mail
“Canada’s Top 40 under 40” as well as the Western Producer’s list of “44 Innovators Who
Shaped Prairie Agriculture”.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Regina and the Regina Pats are very pleased to announce the official launch of the Partner Technologies “Brooksy Bucks for Big Brothers Big Sisters” program. The launch will coincide with the return of the Pats 20-year old captain Adam Brooks from training camp with the Toronto Maple Leafs.
Just when we thought we couldn’t cheer any louder for our beloved Regina Pats, Partner Technologies Inc. (PTI) just had to give us one more BIG reason to go crazy every time Adam Brooks scores a point. PTI continues to be such a big deal to Big Brothers of Regina, and we could not be more proud of them for powering mentoring programs in their community.
Brooksy Bucks will be accumulated throughout the season on a basis of $100 for each regular season point and $250 per playoff point (if applicable) achieved by Brooks. Fans can follow along with a running total throughout the season on the Brandt Centre videoboard, ReginaPats.com/BrooksyBucks and with the in-arena signage, found on the front panel of PTI’s club seating box, on the west side concourse.