February 25, 2019 @ 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm
coLab Affinity Hall
1405 St Paul St
Kelowna, BC V1Y 9N2
Kelowna CEO talks about going Live on TSX Venture Stock Market Exchange @ coLab Affinity Hall | Kelowna | British Columbia | Canada

(your eat & learn seminars – lunch is provided at a reasonable charge)

An interactive session where you will learn from hands-on experts that live and work on the front lines.

Going Live on the TSX Venture Stock Market Exchange: hear and learn from the first hand experience of the CEO, Chairman and Founder of GTEC, Norton Singhavon, in Kelowna. [Seating is limited]

Some of the Things You Will Learn:

  • Why go live on the TSX Venture Exchange
  • How this works.
  • What can you expect when you do this.
  • How to be prepared and ready for this process.

This is for you if you:

  • Are a Founder or Executive of a startup, or about to create a startup
  • Are a going concern looking for that Exit liquidity moment.
  • Are an investor wanting to understand how your capital and earning is returned through this process.

Our Speakers

Norton Singhavon

  • Founder, Chairman & CEO of GTEC Holdings Ltd.
  • Founder and Executive Chairman of Doventi Capital.
  • Extensive experience at the senior management level of capital investments including large acquisitions, consolidations, and start-ups in Canada’s legal cannabis sector
  • Responsible for internally deploying over $45 million into the legal cannabis sector and
  • $65 million of public M&A transactions.
  • Norton was also an advisor to, and early-stage investor in, Invictus MD

Andy Creech

  • Director of Capital Formation at the TSX Venture Exchange (the “Exchange”)
  • Primary responsibility for Listings Department in Vancouver and is also a member of the Exchange’s Executive Listings Committee.
  • Andy has team of professional and administrative staff including geologists, lawyers and accountants who are dedicated to listing quality applicants
  • Some of these duties include the review of major transactions, the coordination of all new listings, and working with industry stakeholders to facilitate issuer transactions.
  • Prior to joining the Exchange in 2004, Andy, a Chartered Accountant, was in public practice at a Vancouver firm.