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BOMA April Luncheon & 54th Annual General Meeting

When: Thursday April 11th, 2019
11:45 am - 1:15 pm
Where: The Westin Calgary
320 4 Ave SW
Calgary, Alberta  T2P-2S6
Contact: Jessica McGlashing

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Join us on April 11th at the Westin for the BOMA April Luncheon & 54th Annual General Meeting!


We’ve all heard about the promise of blockchain technology and its ability to improve the functioning of financial transactions, but what actually is it, and how does it relate to commercial real estate? Join us at the BOMA Calgary April Luncheon and Annual General Meeting to network with industry peers and learn more about this important topic. Brian Beveridge, Partner, Technology Consulting at MNP will walk us through the basics in understanding what blockchain is, how it works, and its potential as a technological “disrupter”. Armed with an understanding of the technology, we will then narrow the focus and explore how blockchain could impact commercial real estate.


Brian Beveridge is a Certified Management Consultant specialized in Technology Consultant and partner with MNP, one of Canada's largest chartered accountancy and business advisory firms. Brian is an accomplished consultant with an exceptional ability to understand and bridge the worlds of business and IT to determine effective approaches to complex and ambiguous problems. With over 34 years of industry experience in business, technical and application environments, he delivers solid results and is adept at helping organizations streamline processes, improve customer service and realize benefits. His areas of expertise include project management and oversight, system architecture, business intelligence and analytics, and business and systems analysis.

Brian was co-founder and principal consultant of Greenridge, an IT services and solutions company that merged with MNP in 2011. His expertise has been applied within Canada, the U.S., Europe and Australia managing projects that involve complex interactions with clients, vendors, and services delivery teams – often involving the development and ownership of technology intellectual property. His project experience has been applied nationally and internationally with high-profile clients such as Hewlett-Packard, IBM, Procter and Gamble and public sector organizations such as Government of Canada, provincial governments and government agencies in Europe.





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