The industry is focused on how trends like digitization, environmental, social and governance (ESG) principles, and evolving insurance models will impact Alberta’s economic recovery.
Alberta Business Recovery
Laying the groundwork for what comes next, both at home and abroad.
In-depth expertise to help you move business forward
ATB and MNP have partnered in a comprehensive content series to deepen insights around the challenges and opportunities of recovery. The series will share local perspectives on how to address challenges across key sectors, including agriculture, aviation and logistics, energy and cleantech, financial services, technology and data, tourism, petrochemicals and aviation and logistics.
Energy and Cleantech
Harsh realities brought on by less capital, fewer investors, and a rise in ESG expectations has made energy companies more resilient, efficient and better positioned.
Technology and Data
Opportunities tech innovations offer industry leaders both within their companies and the industries. Plus, what Alberta’s entrepreneurial sector needs to grow.
The petrochemicals sector is a bright spot for Alberta’s long-term economic recovery with an opportunity to grow by more than $30 billion by 2030.
Aviation and Logistics
For aviation and logistics leaders in Alberta, these are some of the key indicators to pay attention to as the province moves into recovery from COVID-19.
Economic Insights and Key Learnings
Alberta’s economic recovery from the COVID-19 crisis is both short term and long term based on several key factors.
The future of economic development in Alberta will be brightest if the province can overcome key challenges it faces locally and abroad.
Economic data and insights, sector-specific barriers and opportunities, and strategic takeaways for recovery.
"The Alberta economy has been on quite a rollercoaster ride." - Curtis Stange
"The Alberta economy has been on quite a rollercoaster ride of late with changing levels of intensity with each turn. To say this is a fluid time is a massive understatement. Along with the unique challenges we have in front of us as a province, we are also uniquely positioned for our recovery." - Curtis Stange, President & CEO, ATB Financial