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世界贸易中心协会首席执行官 斯科特·弗格森
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作为一个致力于建立可持续商业成功模式的高级执行官,斯科特?弗格森拥有超过30年的国际贸易和世贸中心网络管理经验。他最近的职位是贸易中心有限公司的总裁兼CEO,负责运营位于加拿大大西洋地区新斯科舍省哈利法克斯的“哈利法克斯世界贸易中心”。

在哈利法克斯世界贸易中心任职期间,斯科特的创新和拓展能力得到了国际国内的广泛认可,他开发了加拿大东部最大的会议中心——哈利法克斯会议中心,还牵头开发了哈利法克斯世贸中心的营运模式,涵盖会员发展、活动举办、贸易教育服务等。 

斯科特为哈利法克斯世贸中心找到了很多可靠的合作伙伴,保证了该世贸中心的运营收入,比如一个10年期限的冠名权合作伙伴,以及来自三级政府的大量资金支持从而建成了该地区首屈一指的会议设施。

斯科特是圣玛丽大学的工商管理硕士,阿卡迪亚大学文学学士(经济学方向),并获得加拿大企业董事学会任命。在多次地区和国际行业活动中作为特邀演讲人分享商业战略。 

2015年,斯科特被大西洋商业杂志再次评为“加拿大大西洋前50强首席执行官”。 斯科特过去还是2011年加拿大冬季奥运会申办委员会负责人,2008年世界冰球锦标赛的哈利法克斯主席,参与并赢取2009年年度体育赛事的加拿大体育旅游联盟荣誉奖。

 

Scott Ferguson   Chief Executive Officer, World Trade Centers Association (WTCA)

A senior executive with a concentration in building sustainable business models, Ferguson brings more than 30 years of experience in international business and the WTC Network to the role of Chief Executive Officer. Most recently, he was President and CEO of Trade Centre Limited, an Atlantic Canadian organization that operates “World Trade Center Halifax” in Halifax, Nova Scotia.

During his tenure at WTC Halifax, Scott received international and national recognition for his ability to innovate and foster organizational growth, most notably with the development of the largest convention center in Eastern Canada, the Halifax Convention Centre. He was also the lead in developing an operational model for WTC Halifax with an emphasis on membership growth, events, and the delivery of trade education services.

Scott is credited with securing many corporate partnerships to support revenue generation for the WTC Halifax operations, including a 10-year naming rights partnership, and substantial funding from three levels of government to construct the region’s premier convention facility.

With an MBA from Saint Mary’s University, Scott holds a Bachelor of Arts (Economics) from Acadia University and an ICD.D Designation from the Canadian Institute of Corporate Directors. He has been a guest speaker on business strategy at regional and international industry events.

In 2015, Scott was named one of Atlantic Canada’s top 50 CEO’s by Atlantic Business Magazine for the second time. Past accomplishments include co-chairing the 2011 Canada Winter Games Bid committee and serving as the Halifax Chair for the 2008 World Hockey Championship, an event that won the 2009 Canadian Sport Tourism Alliance PRESTIGE Award for the Sport Event of the Year.