Designed to disrupt

Growing a private company in the age of the fourth industrial revolution

As a private company you have a unique advantage—you’re agile, with the ability to think big and respond quickly to change. You realize that advancements in digital and technology are reshaping the way we all do business. You’re looking to digital and technology to help drive innovation, improve decision making and better both the customer and employee experience, along with attracting the right talent. But how?

This year, our annual PwC business leaders conference is centered around three main themes: transformational growth, data and analytics and AI and talent. As an attendee, you’ll have the opportunity to network with other business owners and executives, bounce ideas off of subject matter specialists and learn how to leverage the latest technology to attract the best talent, optimize efficiency and build trust in your brand.

We call these conferences Designed to disrupt because private companies are built to withstand whatever comes their way. Our sessions cover all the topics you need to know about now—from driving growth through operational efficiencies; to finding and retaining the right talent; to striking a balance between brains and bots.

Want to stay in the loop as we plan our fall 2020 conferences? Get on the list.


Join us across the country to hear from our featured keynote speakers and industry leaders. You’ll return to your company with fresh insights, newfound inspiration and a drive to realize your own digital potential.

There are multiple conferences across Canada.

Interested in attending a conference in 2020?


Montreal, QC
Date: April 27, 2020


Banff, AB
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Winnipeg, MB
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Halifax, NS
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Whistler, BC
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Surrey, BC
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Ottawa, ON
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Muskoka, ON
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Contact us

Saul Plener

Saul Plener

Partner, National Leader, Private Company Services, PwC Canada

Tel: +1 905 418 3471

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