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Exhibitor Profiles

Corporate Details
Exhibitor: BC Institute of Technology (BCIT)
Contact Name: Marita Luk
Booth Number: 1208
Address: 3700 Willingdon Avenue,
Burnaby, BC
Website: http://www.bcit.ca/construction

Corporate Summary:

BCIT offers practical career credentials designed for the workplace. The School of Construction and the Environment is a leader in sustainability education and research, and provides a wide range of programs including Environmental Engineering Technology and the Sustainable Energy Management Associate Certificate. The School of Business also offers programs like the Sustainable Business Leadership Advanced Specialty Certificate. Check out our booth or visit bcit.ca/construction and bcit.ca/sbl.

Key Geographic Markets
Experience in:      Canada, Chile, Italy, Japan, China, Russia, Taiwan, Mongolia
Interest in: Canada, Chile, Italy, Japan, China, Russia, Taiwan, Mongolia
Product Service Offerings
Architect, Climate Change, Energy Efficiency, Finance, Forestry, GIS & Information Technologies, Green Building, Mining/Oil & Gas, Renewable Energy, Resource Management, Sustainable Construction, Trade Promotion, Training
Business Development Objectives
Education, Joint Venture Partners, Research Development Collaboration, Strategic Alliances, Technology Transfer
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