Executive Breakfast for Non-profit Organizations

To advance their work, not-for-profit organizations have to continuously improve on what they do and how they do it. A timely adoption of Business Intelligence tools and analytics will generate a powerful impact in your organization. The approach will leverage data as an enabler for problem-solving, performance improvement and evidence-based decision-making.

BlueBiz Consulting is offering an executive breakfast for a selective group of distinguished Executive Directors, C-level Executives and Board Members, and we are pleased to invite you to join this event . This Executive Breakfast is a unique opportunity to meet peers and colleagues, network, share and learn about what’s new in your sector.


Business Intelligence and Analytics:

Improving Non-profit Operational Efficiency


Host: BlueBiz Consulting Inc.

Keynote Speaker: Mark S. Anshan & Introduction by Daniel Vitaver

Time: 7:30 am to 9:00 am

Location: 7626 Yonge Street, Boardroom, Thornhill, ON L4J 1V9

Parking:   Free parking at the back of the building, click here for the map + directions

This complimentary breakfast and event has limited seating available, so please R.S.V.P. as early as possible as registration in on a first-come-first-serve basis. Upon registration a confirmation email will be forwarded to your email address.




Note: if you are unable to attend, please feel free to forward your invitation on to another C-level/Senior Executive working at your organization (seat availability is on a first-come-first-serve basis and is not guaranteed until registration is confirmed).

We will be thrilled to meet you at the event!
Daniel Vitaver, CEO


Host: BlueBiz Consulting Inc.

Business Intelligence and Analytics
Business Intelligence and Analytics

BlueBiz Consulting is a firm specialized in Information Management, Business Intelligence, Big Data, Analytics, Data Governance, Cloud Analytics, Performance Management and Tableau Software. We work collaboratively with our clients to spearhead excellence and foster the strategic use of data to deliver sustainable business results while taking care of people, the community and the environment in which we live. We are unbiased and we deliver objective and valuable insights and recommendations when needed, aligned to the budget, operating expenses and strategy. We excel in knowledge and field experience. Our associates and subject matter experts have served, in various capacities, in a variety of industries and sectors, working with executives and boards to improve business results, achieve operational excellence and implement complex business transformations through the intensive use of Business Intelligence tools and Analytics practice. At BlueBiz Consulting we have a strong, enduring commitment to building a community. We love helping not-for-profit organizations because we’ve seen firsthand the power of motivated individuals to change the world for the better.

Keynote Speaker: Mark S. Anshan

Mark S. Anshan

Mark S. Anshan provides legal, business, strategic and organizational advice to non-profits and charities. He has spent more than 25 years helping government agencies, non-profits and for-profit organizations put in place the teams, structures, policies and processes they need to deliver on ambitious strategic visions and goals. He has played an instrumental role in the transformation of public utilities, municipal offices, charities and small businesses, and has earned a reputation for being able to steer a clear path during periods of complex transition. A lawyer with master degrees in both business and law, Anshan began his career in the Canadian foreign service, where from assignments in Ottawa and postings in New York and Stockholm, Sweden he performed various diplomatic duties and advised the Canadian delegation to the UN General Assembly. After his call to the bar in 1984, Mark spent four years as managing partner for a boutique law firm in Toronto, Canada, before being asked to serve as Chief of Staff for the Metro Toronto Chair, and Special Counsel to Metropolitan Toronto’s Public Works Department. Returning to private practice in 1990, Anshan specialized in the area of energy services during an era of industrywide regulatory change. He chaired the Hydro Electric Commission for the City of York for twelve years, and then led one of Toronto’s major amalgamation success stories, the operational integration of six large electric utilities into the Toronto Hydro-Electric Commission. He was invited to speak before organizations such as the World Bank and APEC, and co-authored the definitive textbook on alternate dispute resolution for the oil and gas sector. Mark has long been active as an advisor and an agent for change and development in the Jewish not-for-profit community. He was instrumental in the conception and launch of URJ Camp George, and served as Director and Treasurer for the Micah Homes Nonprofit Housing Corporation. Mark served as General Counsel for the UJA Federation of Greater Toronto and, in addition to providing legal advice, coordination and supervision of legal services, he implemented a risk management plan to credit-proof the charity’s assets.


Business Intelligence and Analytics:

Improving Non-profit Operational Efficiency

Business Intelligence and Analytics

Technology has provided an array of new analytical tools that can produce timely and accurate reports that measure performance of an organization’s operations against its goals and objectives.  The results of such analysis leads to a clearer understanding of how one’s organization is doing in relation to established benchmarks.  In turn, the reports produced – in many cases known as “dashboards” – will assist management (and consultants engaged to design and oversee changes) to implement the necessary changes to address the identified issues.  In the not for profit and charitable world, competition has created challenges for many organizations working in the same sectors to secure financial support to achieve their goals.  In order to advance their work, charities have to continually improve on what they do and how they do it.  The adoption of business analytics and business intelligence tools does assist charitable organizations to grapple with the challenges they face, and adopt new and varied approaches.



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