Hear from global pulp and paper leaders at PwC conference

Pulp & Paper Canada
March 17, 2015
By Pulp & Paper Canada

Several hundred CEOs and senior executives are expected at PwC’s 28th Annual Global Forest & Paper Industry Conference on May 6 in Vancouver. Participants will hear and discuss how companies are capitalizing on new business opportunities and adjusting their business strategy to deal with a tumultuous economic climate.

PwC's conference is part of the Global Forest Products Leadership Summit 2015, a five-day series of conferences focused on global pulp, paper, wood products and fibre-based packaging industries. In addition to the PwC conference, other confirmed events include International Pulp week (May 3-5) and the Annual Global Softwood Log & Lumber Conference (May 7). For more information, visit www.forestproductssummit.com

Confirmed speakers a the PwC event include: René Goguen, CelluForce; Kathy Abusow, Sustainable Forestry Initiative; Kevin Mason, ERA Forest Products Research; Randy Nebel, KapStone Kraft Paper; Malcolm Preston, global sustainability leader, PwC; Jason Boyer,
vice-president, deals, PwC; Francois Dufresne, Forest Stewardship Council; Tom Martin, American Forest Foundation; Clemens Willée, Mondi Packaging Paper.

For additional information please visit our website at:
www.pwc.com/ca/forestconf

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