Saskatchewan Polytechnic Presents THINK: The Future of Work, Innovation and Learning 2021

Registration is now open for this year’s THINK: The Future of Work, Innovation and Learning conference on Thursday, May 6, 2021. The conference is presented by Saskatchewan Polytechnic.

Two internationally known tech visionaries, Guy Kawasaki and David Usher, will be the keynote speakers at this year’s conference, which is being held virtually due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Kawasaki rose to prominence at Apple in the 1980s as the evangelist who helped launch the Macintosh computer. Today he is the Chief Evangelist of graphic design company Canva, creator of Guy Kawasaki’s Remarkable People podcast, and a highly sought-after Author and Speaker whose clients have included Apple, Nike, Gartner, Audi, Google, Microsoft, Breitling and dozens of trade associations.

In addition, he has written Wise Guy, The Art of the Start 2.0, The Art of Social Media, Enchantment, and 11 other books. For more information, please see

Usher is a multi-platinum, four-time Juno award winning musician, best-selling author and founder of the artificial intelligence creative studio Reimagine AI. Using examples from inside the disruption of the music business by the digital economy to his experience at the forefront of the artificial intelligence revolution working with companies like Google Brain, Usher believes that now more than ever creativity and innovation is the only way forward. For more information, please see

In addition to the keynote speakers, THINK 2021 will feature roundtable discussions that will offer insights and information to help prepare for the post-pandemic world of possibilities which await.

We encourage you to access this link for additional details regarding the conference and for exciting sponsorship opportunities for this virtual conference:

April 2021



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