New Product Development Seminar

Find out the keys to successful new product development on Feb 20

As part of our continuing partnership with the Schulich Executive Education Centre, CHHMA members can attend this informative seminar designed for those seeking ways to differentiate their organization from the competition through new product and service development and innovation

The Schulich Executive Education Centre (SEEC) along with the CHHMA and COPA is pleased to offer our members the opportunity to attend this very worthwhile seminar on “The Three Most Important Factors for Successful Product Development”.

Event Details:

Date: Wednesday February 20, 2019

Time: 7:30 AM (EST)

Location: Miles S. Nadal Management Centre (NMC), Suite 500, 222 Bay St., Toronto, ON M5K 1K2

Cost: $25.00 + HST

This seminar is designed to acquaint participants with the key factors that can mean the difference between prospering and failing in their efforts to develop new product and services. The toughest part of new product development, especially innovative NPD, is actually applying the theoretical framework to develop a winning NPD strategy and developing a clear, approachable and most importantly, a repeatable, process that moves a project from concept to a finished marketable product or service on time and on budget.

Key Takeaways:
• The role of NPD strategy in the business culture
• Lean NPD processes and the effective utilization of resources
• Integrated Sales and marketing plans for maximum commercial Success

GerryLubanskyJoin SEEC’s Gerry Lubanzsky for this informative session designed for anyone in B2B or B2C sectors who seeks to differentiate their organization from the competition through new product and service development and innovation, including: Marketing Directors/ Managers, Sales Directors/Managers, Product Managers, Category Managers, Design engineers and Entrepreneurs.

Gerry Lubanszky is an instructor at the Schulich Executive Education Centre and President of GOTO Market Solutions Ltd. helping companies develop new product and new business strategies. He has over 30 years’ experience in sales & marketing in the consumer packaged and durable goods industry, most recently with Garant GP, Canada’s largest and most innovative manufacturer of lawn & garden, maintenance & construction tools, as vice-president of sales and business development. Gerry is recognized as an industry leader in business development and is a director at The Canadian Hardware & Housewares Manufacturers Association.

If interested in attending, click here for a registration form or contact Pam Winter at, 416-282-0022 ext.121.