Decarbonizing Transportation: How Electric Vehicles will Shape your Future in the Electrical Industry

EFC’s Atlantic Region Young Professionals Network is pleased to present a virtual presentation with Mark MacDonald, Principal, Catalyst Sales and Marketing, as he discusses decarbonizing of transportation and how that may shape your future in the electrical industry.

September 21, 2023 | 1 p.m. AST | Virtual format | Complimentary registration

About the presenter, Mark MacDonald

An agency principal since 2007, Mark’s focus is on understanding and building strong relationships in the market, ensuring high-quality standards are met both from the Catalyst team and the products they represent, and leading future growth by keeping a pulse on the latest technology and developments.

Mark started his career with Nortel Networks in Toronto before following his entrepreneurial spirit back to Atlantic Canada. He holds designations as a certified electronics engineering technologist (CET) and a Lighting Consultant (LC). He is a member of, and currently sits on the board for, the Atlantic Canadian chapter of the Entrepreneurs’ Organization, serving as the Strategic Alliance Partnership champion.

He also serves as a sustainable energy advisor on the community council for VIDA living, a real estate development company raising the standard of affordable rentals in North America.

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