com)-- Energy Advantage is pleased to announce that Chris Ridabock, President and Chief Operating Officer of Energy Advantage was recognized by the Greater Toronto Marketing Alliance (GTMA) at its annual general meeting on September 28, 2011 for his long-time support and efforts in bringing new companies from across the globe to the Greater Toronto Area.
What does GTMA stand for?
GTMA stands for Greater Toronto Marketing Alliance (Canada)
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- Garment and Textile Manufacturers Association (Malawi)
- Gas Turbine Materials Associates, Inc.
- Gauge and Toolmakers Association (UK)
- Gauteng Transport Management Authority (South Africa)
- Georgia Textile Manufacturers Association
- Georgia Transfer to Minors Act
- German Trademark Act
- Getting the Message Across (UK communications firm)
- Glendale Transportation Management Association (California)
- Great Minds Think Alike
- Green Throated Mango A (A. viridigula)
- Grid Trade Master Agreement
- Generation and Transmission Maximization
- Gene Therapy and Molecular Biology (journal)
- Golden Triangle Minority Business Council Inc. (Beaumont, TX)
- George Tyler Moore Center (Shepherd University)
- Gingival Tissue Mononuclear Cells (periodontitis)
- Glenwood Telephone Membership Corporation (Nebraska)
- Government Technology Managers Conference
- Guild of Travel Management Companies (London, England, UK)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The most recent was the International Leaders Breakfast Club presented by the Greater Toronto Marketing Alliance, in which Baudry gave a keynote address entitled, "GTA's Greener Pastures for Business: Using Green IT to grow your bottom line in domestic and international markets".
Calling Toronto "the New York of the north," officials from the Greater Toronto Marketing Alliance urged participants at a Cushman & Wakefield panel to consider doing business in Canada's financial capital.