Powering our Active Economy
Today, the $3 Trillion global active economy incorporates diverse sectors such as sport, active recreation, health & wellness, and the technology, tourism and media related to these.
In the Calgary region, the active economy includes thousands of organizations and hundreds of thousands of people, powering the economic and social prosperity of our community.
Whereas, Silicon Valley is a leader in technology and London in financial services, Calgary possesses the natural resources - our people and environment - to be a global leader in the active economy.
Join us at ActiveCITY 2019
After the failed plebiscite for the 2026 Olympic & Paralympic bid, many challenged whether our city is still committed to sport and recreation. The ActiveCITY Collective is our response to this challenge, but we know being a global leader will not happen accident. It will only happen through collaboration, planning and commitment.
Over the next year, the ActiveCITY Collective will engage thousands of Calgarian’s to develop a collective vision and framework for maximizing the potential of our active economy and to transform Calgary into Canada’s most livable city.
At the ActiveCITY Summit, please join community leaders and experts to debate the future of our active economy. Through dynamic speakers, panels and hands-on working groups, we will debate the biggest questions facing our active economy.
What is the economic value of the active economy?
What is the social and civic value of the active economy?
How does the active economy contribute to broader economic outcomes?
What will define a world-class active city in the future?
Where and how should we invest to maximize the potential of our active economy?
How can we increase collaboration to reach our potential?
For background on all speakers, panelists and moderator please click HERE
Perry Berezan, Investment Advisor, National Bank Financial, NHL, Alumni
Jeff Booke, Chief Executive Officer, Repsol Sport Centre
Dale Henwood, President & CEO, Canada Sport Institute, Calgary
Patrick Jarvis, Member of the Order of Canada
Tim Olafson, Co-Founder, Stone-Olafson
Matt Mosteller, Senior VP, Resorts of the Canadian Rockies
Who Should Attend ActiveCITY 2019?
This discussions and debates taking place at ActiveCITY 2019 are important to anyone who engages in the active economy including:
Professionals and volunteers in sport and recreation and health & wellness
Policymakers and scholars in sport, recreation, health & wellness and urban planning
Individuals who engage in the active ecosystem through grassroots sport and recreation including
Coaches, parents and trainers
All Calgarians interested in the active economy
Anyone interested in building a more robust active economy, focused on driving increased social, economic, human and environmental value to our community.
Where is Activecity 2019 being held?
ActiveCITY Summit is being hosted at WinSport @ Canada Olympic Park in Calgary, Alberta.
What is the cost?
The registration fee for the day-long event is $49. ATB is generously supporting non-profit organizations with a reduced registration fee of $29. Registration to ActiveCITY 2019, automatically includes a one-year membership in the ActiveCITY Collective. Membership includes access to all ActiveCITY research and the ActiveCITY Fastbreak workshops that will launch in October 2019.
Why Should I Attend?
Explore different methods to measuring value
Explore how collaboration can lead to innovation
Discover trends driving the future of the active economy
Meet the people who are, or will be transforming Calgary’s regional active economy
Meet new people to collaborate to increase value for your organization and the ecosystem
Engage in driving the vision for Calgary’s active economy
Access ActiveCITY Member Benefits
Registration to ActiveCITY 2019, automatically includes a one-year membership in the ActiveCITY Collective. Membership includes access to all ActiveCITY research and the ActiveCITY Fastbreak workshops that will launch in October 2019.