E.B. Horsman & Son is delighted to announce that they have been honored with the prestigious EFC 2023 Distributor Corporate Engagement Award. This esteemed recognition is presented to an EFC member company that has demonstrated an active investment of their talent and time in supporting the industry, taking a leadership role in committees, and actively participating in industry events. E.B. Horsman & Son has not only benefitted from the valuable networking opportunities, education, and best practices provided by EFC but has also made significant contributions to the growth and success of the industry.
Electro-Federation Canada (EFC) is a national, not-for-profit association representing the dynamic electrical and automation industries, contributing to Canada’s net zero future, intelligent buildings, smart infrastructure, and Industry 4.0. The total economic footprint in Canada associated with EFC members is $15.2 billion dollars and over 100,000 jobs.
While E.B. Horsman & Son’s exceptional team members have been the driving force behind receiving this award, E.B. Horsman & Son also want to acknowledge the support received from Electro-Federation Canada (EFC), British Columbia Electrical Association (BCEA), Alberta Electrical Alliance (AEA), and all industry partners. The continuous support and opportunities provided by these organizations and partners have played a crucial role in E.B. Horsman & Son’s growth and success.
The E.B. Horsman & Son team is proud to have a dedicated and talented group of professionals who actively contribute to the company’s success, uphold its values, and possess a wide range of expertise and experience in various areas of the electrical industry. Their commitment to excellence is evident in their active involvement and engagement in various industry associations. Notably, individuals like Renee Lytle, CFO recently announced as the Chair of EFC, and Sumeet Sodhi, Lower Mainland District Manager assuming the role of Chair of the BCEA and joining the EFC National Advisory Committee, exemplify the team’s commitment to industry leadership and collaboration.
IIn addition to Renee and Sumeet, E.B. Horsman & Son is proud to have several emerging leaders from the team participating in committees dedicated to driving important initiatives. Futhermore, E.B. Horsman & Son would like to recognize Sereeta Khara, Tyson Carvell, and Todd Taverner, who are actively involved in various EFC Committees. These committees prioritize critical topics such as U40 engagement, Supply Chain Group, Women’s Network, and DEI (Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion). The involvement of these team members exemplifies the company’s unwavering commitment to fostering a diverse and inclusive industry, empowering the next generation of leaders, and shaping the future of the electrical sector. Their dedication and contributions play a significant role in driving positive change and advancing the industry.
E.B. Horsman & Son extends its sincere gratitude to Electro-Federation Canada for their dedication in fostering dynamic industry associations. The welcoming and encouraging environment they create, along with their shared passion for cultivating high-performing cultures, is truly commendable. EFC’s engagement serves as a crucial cornerstone for the collective success of the industry. Together, we can continue to drive growth, innovation, and excellence in our field.
Electro-Federation Canada (EFC) is a national, not-for-profit industry association that represents over 220 member companies that manufacture, distribute, market, and sell a wide range of electrical and automation products. EFC members contribute over $10B to the Canadian economy and employ over 43,000 workers in more than 1,400 facilities across the country. EFC empowers the industry with market intelligence, professional development, and a voice for advocacy and standards advancement within a safe, sustainable, and collaborative environment.
The British Columbia Electrical Association (BCEA) is an organization based in British Columbia, Canada. It represents the interests of the electrical industry in the province. BCEA serves as a voice for electrical contractors, manufacturers, distributors, and other industry stakeholders. The association’s objectives include promoting the electrical industry, fostering networking, and collaboration among its members, providing educational opportunities, and advocating for favorable policies and regulations that support the industry’s growth and development.BCEA organizes various events, seminars, and training programs to keep its members informed about industry trends, technological advancements, and best practices. It also provides resources and support to its members, such as business tools, apprenticeship programs, and industry news updates.
The Alberta Electrical Alliance is a non-profit, member-based, provincial trade association that works to advance the business and professional interests of its members. Since 1993, our membership has grown and developed to include electricians, contractors, engineers, maintenance professionals, government agencies, manufacturers, electrical suppliers, utility companies and students. Members support the AEA with annual dues and receive benefits ranging from discounts on events and services to affordable industry education to networking opportunities. AEA is dedicated to enhancing the image, knowledge, opportunity, and environment of the electrical industry.
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