The Chartered Institute of Logistics & Transport
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GLOBAL RECOGNITIONOUR MISSION & visioN
The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport’s vision is to be recognized globally as the first choice professional body for Supply Chain, Logistics and Transport. Enabling growth within the profession, professional development, reputation and membership.
We are pleased to announce our closing keynote speaker will be Mr. Mark Agnew, Senior Director of International Policy at the Canadian Chamber of Commerce.
Mark Agnew is the Senior Director of International Policy at the Canadian Chamber of Commerce. He is responsible for managing the Chamber’s international work, including on trade policy, B7/B20 as well as Business at OECD. Prior to starting at the Canadian Chamber, he worked for the UK government on trade and economic policy issues at the British High Commission in Ottawa for seven years. In that role he was responsible for leading UK work in Canada pertaining to Brexit, the EU-Canada CETA. He has also worked for the Canadian government in the Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade, as well as at Parliament. Mark attended Carleton University, where he specialized in international trade policy during his graduate studies.
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