Jan 5, 2011

From February 9-11, 2011, transmission: GLOBAL SUMMIT will feature 150 executives, thinkers, creators, and entrepreneurs from the creative industries and deliver an unparalleled conference experience including a stellar group of internationally respected keynote speakers; roundtable discussions with an elite group of leaders and decision makers; and highly intimate social and recreational activities within the beautiful environs of the Pacific Northwest. 

transmission: GLOBAL SUMMIT 2011 features an unmatched roster of speakers spanning from diverse areas of the digital and creative industries. Speakers of transmission: GLOBAL SUMMIT 2011 include:

transmission: GLOBAL SUMMIT 2011’s signature roundtable model and social gatherings provides the optimal environment for individuals to interconnect and network with already confirmed executives and leaders of companies such as: Abe Books, Barsuk Records, Beggars Group Digital, BigChampagne Media Measurement, BMI, Bookriff, Bonsound, Canadian Music Publishers’ Association, CBC Radio Three, Coquetel Molotov, Epitaph, Grooveshark, HMV Canada, INgrooves, International Confederation of Music Publishers, IODA, Lev Group Media, Nettwerk Music Group, Rdio, Research In Motion (BlackBerry), SOCAN, SoundCloud, Split Works, Techvibes Media, The Agency Group, The Orchard, Universal Music Group, Warner Music Group, and more.  For a fuller short list, please click here.  

transmission: GLOBAL SUMMIT 2011 also provides ample opportunities for delegates to network and build relationships through intimate social gatherings and recreational activities that take advantage of Vancouver Island’s unique weather. There aren’t many places in the world where you can ski and golf in the day.  While attending transmission: GLOBAL SUMMIT 2011, delegates are encouraged to pursue recreational experiences unique to Vancouver Island, such as skiing on Mt. Washington (home to the world’s deepest and best snow), whale watching, or golfing at the beautiful Bear Mountain Resort.  For more information, please contact Carol Cheung at
Hurry!  The Registration Deadline is January 15, 2011.