On January 20th, 500 Vancouver Businessmen and women gathered at Canada Place to watch Donald Trump become the 45th president of the United States and hear from Canadian and American economist and business leaders on what this meant for Canada’s economy.
Kari Yuers, President and CEO of Kryton International was one of those business leaders who was invited to share what the new president may mean to Canada’s economy.
Kari highlighted on how the infrastructure spending in both the U.S. and Canada will leave a “funding gap,” that could provide opportunities for business in private-public partnerships, something B.C. has some experience with.
“We have a lot of know-how in public-private partnerships and how to get projects built on a collaborative basis and I think that’s an opportunity for B.C.,” she said.
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