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UPCOMING WEBINARS


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ARCHIVED WEBINARS (members must be logged in to view some webinar recordings)

How to Protect Your Business from Cyber Attacks (November 2, 2017)

Members Only: Click here to watch the recorded webinar and review the slide deck.

As businesses increasingly rely on technologies to store critical data, and keep private client information safe, digital security needs to be a top priority. Establishing and maintaining a solid plan to prevent cyber breaches is critical to protecting your business, your employees, and your clients. This webinar reviews the fallout of a cyber breach and discusses potential impacts on your organization – including regulation, financial losses, and damage to your reputation and brand. Join MNP’s National Cyber Security Leader Danny Timmins to find out how to protect your business and infrastructure.


       


2017 Home Buyer Preference Survey: Results and Data Tool Demonstration (September 8, 2017)

Members Only: Click here to watch the recorded webinar and review the slide deck.
Each year CHBA, in partnership with Avid Ratings Canada, conducts the largest homebuyer preference survey in Canada. Participation is limited to CHBA home builders and developers. This webinar will explore the most recent survey results, and demonstrate how members can benefits from the survey’s incredible, and easy-to-use, online analysis tool to ‘mine’ the data most relevant to their market, product type and target buyer. Join CHBA CEO Kevin Lee and Avid’s Tim Bailey for an in-depth look at how this survey can help you make better home building decisions. 


       


Budget 2017: What does it means for our industry and your business? (March 27, 2017)

Members Only: Click here to watch the recorded webinar and to read the CHBA and MNP budget reports.

CHBA and MNP LLP joined forces to provide Association members with an exclusive members-only in-depth analysis of how the 2017 Federal Budget will impact the residential construction industry, individuals and businesses. Positive feedback on the session suggests it met its goal of keeping members informed on how the federal budget will affect them, their customers and the industry at large.