Mix & Mingle

Mix & Mingle

Join us at 5:00 pm on Tuesday, May 14th in the Atrium for a chance to mix and mingle with industry leaders, experts and other CSC attendees over food and drinks.

Take advantage of this opportunity to expand your network while enjoying food and drinks with other attendees. This networking dinner is a chance for you to recap some of the highlights from the Canadian Sustainability Conference and discuss which speakers and exhibitors you will go see on Day 2.

Want to invite a guest to the networking dinner?
Do you know someone else within your organization or any industry colleagues that you feel could benefit from networking?

Use promo code MCLCSC to save 25% on any ticket when you register online at https://sustainabilityconference.ca/register-vip/. 

First Time At an Executive Networking Dinner?
Here’s 5 thing to bring with you :

It’s not just about showing up, talking to a few people and handing out as many business cards as you can. You should come prepared, just like you would for a job interview, you never know who you may meet and you want to present well.

1. Have a Plan
Know who you are, what you want and what you want to take away from the networking event you’re attending. If you know why you’re doing something, you’ll be more inclined to actively pursue the goal and have direction in doing so. Go in with a clear idea of what you wish to accomplish at networking events. Are you looking to build your network, find a new employer or new employees? This will also help you have some control of the conversation and allow you to verbalize and reciprocate the important points of interest, but remember to actively listen.

2. Who are you?
Get to know yourself. People want quick information and not everyone has the attention span or time anymore. The same goes for conversations, have a simple, clear and informative introductory and share the conversation. Have a clear understanding and ability to tell people who you are, what you do, what your goals are, where you want to be in the future and why you are doing what you do and/or even why you’re attending the event. This ties into being authentic, you don’t need to list off points from your resume, just have some transparency with yourself.

3. Keep an open mind & Listen
Have an open mind with everyone you interact with and actively listen. Meeting new people can be nerve-wracking and intimidating if the recipient of the conversation doesn’t seem engaged. Of course, you’re eager to get your business cards out and talk about yourself, but that won’t make a great impression to build a strong relationship. Remember to ask open-ended questions, express interest in what the other person is saying and leave your impact.

4. Business Cards
One of the most common and simple ways of providing your contact information and allows people to follow up with you on the conversation you had is business cards. They are also a more professional approach and timesaving rather than looking for a pen and paper to scribble down your information. Whether it’s personal contact cards or corporate business cards, they are more memorable and influential.

5. A Pen or two
As simple and common as it is, you never know when you’ll need it and stopping a conversation halfway to hunt down a pen can be annoying. It also shows that you are prepared. How often have you walked into a meeting and not having a pen handy sets you back on jotting down important information? Even though you or the other person may have business cards, making notes on their card about the conversation you had is helpful.

Need Help? 
Have further questions or need us to register your group on your behalf? Contact Warren Jacobs warren@mclgreen.com or Michael Hamilton Michael.Hamilton@mclgreen.com for a savings promo code.

For any other questions, contact us at info@sustainabilityconference.ca or all 833-455-9691.

CSC 2019 – A quick glimpse

The Canadian Sustainability Conference 2019 presented by MCL Sustainable Solutions was a 2-day conference which had over 1000 attendees, 80+ exhibitors, 20+ speakers and panelists, and an executive networking dinner. This video below sums up CSC 2019 with some best-captured experiences.

Here are some comments from those who attended the conference:

“I was amazed at the quality of the speakers and their ability to tie together their message with the conferences sustainability focus, loved the professionalism and energy at the event”

“I was able to gain new knowledge about how big companies can be more sustainable “

It was refreshing and overwhelming to gain such a positive response and support. Thank you for making CSC 2019 a great success. Stay tuned for next year!

To view more pictures from CSC 2019, Visit –

Day 1 at CSC 2019

We know you’re all very excited to head to the Canadian Sustainability Conference on May 14 and 15 at the Toronto Congress Centre. Over 1000 attendees and 80 exhibitors from across North America are expected to attend this year’s conference.

This year’s conference has been designed to focus on Sustainability, Technology, and Innovation. Learn from cleaning experts about new ideas and solutions that will provide a healthier environment and achieve a more sustainable future for us all!

Learn more about the conference from our CEO, Warren Jacobs as he interviewed by one of our keynote speakers Marc Saltzman.

Day 2 at CSC 2019

Its the final day of the Canadian Sustainability Conference and there still so many amazing speakers, seminars, and exhibitors left to see. We got our keynote speaker Marc Saltzman, who is also the moderator for the Technology & Innovation panel to sit down shortly with our CEO, Warren Jacobs.

Listen to their conversation about the benefits of attending the Canadian Sustainability Conference and how this new information will help your business when you return to work.

The Main Event!

Get a ringside seat while these two leading experts match wits, discussing competing ideas about sustainability and disinfection.

Barley Chironda:
Healthcare Leader with a passion and enthusiasm for infection prevention. Experienced in performance improvement projects that are cost conscious and have resulted in positive patient outcomes. Loves public speaking, complex problem solving, front-line engagement and motivating workers.

Jason Tetro:
Has been in the scientific community for over 30 years. He has a number of publications in peer-reviewed journals on such topics as SARS, Zika, and avian flu and has written several book chapters, position papers for reports and magazine and newspaper columns. Jason is known as The Germ Guy and is the host of the Super Awesome Science Show.

You won’t want to miss the CSC ‘Main Event’, Scientist, Jason “The Germ Guy” Tetro debates Infection Control Specialist Barley “The Destroyer” Chironda.

Tues. May 15

Toronto Congress Centre
650 Dixon Rd,
Etobicoke, ON
Hall B


Need Help? 
Have further questions or need us to register your group on your behalf? Contact Warren Jacobs warren@mclgreen.com or Michael Hamilton Michael.Hamilton@mclgreen.com for a savings promo code.

For any other questions, contact us at info@sustainabilityconference.ca or all 833-455-9691.