NEMEX NETWORK, a Quebec City-based
marketing firm, has invited President Bill Clinton, 42nd president of the
United States, to give a dinner-speech at the Quebec City Convention Centre on
Wednesday, June 20, 2007. He will address the social and economic developments
of the new century and the future of the global economy within that context.
He will also talk about the role that Canada and Quebec can play in this new
global economy. The speech is entitled “Embracing our common humanity”.
The dinner will begin at 12:30 pm. President Clinton’s speech will start
at approximately 2 pm and will end with a question period. The conference will
take place in English with simultaneous interpretation in French. Our
speaker’s conference will be preceded by a panel of economy experts.
Tickets for this event will be on sale on Wednesday, May 2nd, on the
Quebec Chamber of commerce website (www.ccquebec.ca) or by phone, at
418 692-3853 extension 221.
First elected president of the United States in 1992, President Clinton
was re-elected in 1996. He was the first Democratic president in 60 years to
be elected for a second term. President Clinton’s fundamental values are job
creation, economic growth, accountability and community development.
Advocating these values steered the US to unprecedented growth during the
After leaving the White House, President Clinton created the William J.
Clinton Foundation, whose mission it is to strengthen the capacity of people
in the United States and throughout the world to meet the challenges of global
interdependence. To advance this mission, the Clinton Foundation has developed
programs and partnerships in the following areas:
– Health Security
– Economic Empowerment
– Leadership Development and Citizen Service
– Racial, Ethnic and Religious Reconciliation