Virox Future Forum set for February 2011 at Trafalgar Campus, Sheridan College

Broadcaster Lou Schizas and Randy Pilon CEO Virox Technologies Inc.

The third annual Virox Technologies Inc. Virox Future Forum is scheduled for Friday, February 11, 2011 at Sheridan College, Trafalgar campus in the SCAET Lecture Hall.

Broadcaster Lou Schizas has agreed to act as Master of Ceremonies and The Virox Future Forum confirmed speakers are Sean Wise and David Foot.

David Foot

One of the nation’s most outspoken and consistently controversial demographic experts, Professor David K. Foot has the distinction of being one of the few who can make the study of of the aging of society relevant to any specific interest group.

David K. Foot, Professor Emeritus of Economics at the University of Toronto, is the author of the best-selling books Boom Bust & Echo: How to Profit from the Coming Demographic Shift and the updated paperback, Boom Bust & Echo: Profiting from the Demographic Shift in the 21st Century. These books are based on his research on the economic impacts of demographic change and on the resulting implications for both private and public policies. His books have sold over 300,000 copies in Canada and were on the Canadian best-seller lists for over 3 years.

Sean Wise

Sean Wise brings experience and expertise to the Ted Rogers School of Management. Before receiving his Law and MBA degrees at the University of Ottawa, Wise studied Engineering and Economics at Carleton University. He is dedicated to training entrepreneurs and has succeeded in training more than 3000 people who have collectively raised more than $2.1 billion from different investment sources. Currently, Wise sits on the Boards of several young technology companies, as well as the Banff Venture Forum and the Toronto Venture Group. He helped found Ernst and Young’s Venture Capital Advisory Group and now undertakes selective engagements from young companies looking for strategic guidance on capital raising and growth through the person consultancy, Wise Mentor Capital.