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2018 Montreal Trade Shows and Conventions 3rd Quarter

2018 Montreal Trade Shows and Conventions 3rd Quarter

Looking for a partner to design and create a trade show booth that will stop traffic, engage your potential customer, and make your company memorable within your industry, even after the trade show has ended?  BERLINdisplays is that partner.

This is a list of the bigger trade shows, conventions, and expos coming to Montreal in the third quarter of 2018, now is the time to begin planning to wow attendees at third quarter 2018 events that will have the greatest impact on your business.

We display you at your best. Contact BERLINdesigns for more information, or to begin the planning and design for your most effective booth ever!

2018 Montreal Conventions Third Quarter
(By Month)


06-08 July

Comiccon de Montreal 2018
Palais des Congres de Montreal
4127978 Canada inc. (Major Comics)

10-14 July

Montreal StartUpFest
Venue to be announced

14-17 July

Plant Biology 2018
Palais des Congres de Montreal
American Society of Plant Biologists

23-26 July

CCA Global Summer
Palais des Congres de Montreal
CCA Global Partners presents a convention for entrepreneurs.


03-05 August

Anime Festival – Otakuthon 2018
Palais des Congres de Montreal
Otakuthon Cultural Society

13-16 August

18th International Biotechnology Symposium and Expo
Palais des Congres de Montreal
International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry

20-25 August

Festival Mode & Design Montreal
Place des Festivals
80+ Designers from around the world show their collections in Montreal.

21 August

LangFest Montreal
Fairmont, The Queen Elizabeth Montreal
Language learner festival.


6 Sept

Cyber Security Conference
Palais des Congres de Montreal
Data Connections hosts the annual cyber security conference.

6-8 Sept

9th International Congress on Glaucoma Surgery
Palais des Congres de Montreal
International Society of Glaucoma Surgery

15-16 Sept

FranchiseCanada Show
Place Bonaventure
Canadian Franchise Association

22-23 Sept

Rock n’ Roll Montreal
Place Bonaventure
Health and fitness expo featuring running technologies, fitness apparel, and health and nutrition info

24-27 Sept

Montreal Marriott Chateau Champlain
Convention for Apache users, discussing the latest innovations in cloud, DevOps, IoT, servers, web-frameworks, and more.

BE Prepared with an Emergency Toolbox

BE Prepared with an Emergency Toolbox


Full disclosure…I was never a Scout!

I should have been, but moved to another area in the city before I received my official Scout tie.

That said, I adopted the Scouts’ motto “Be Prepared!”, which has always helped me throughout my life.

Being prepared for the least anticipated unknowns in the exhibit world is no different.

It’s even more important than a bottle of water for an afternoon in an amusement park, since the financial risks are much greater.

Make an Emergency Toolbox to take to all your shows and update, re-inventory it for all shows.

Clearly mark which case it is packed in. Even pack an extra emergency toolbox in an alternate case.

Be Prepared!

* email all printed files to a Cloud account, in case of computer failure
* speak to your hotel and/or venue maintenance department who usually will have assorted lights, extension cords and, a workshop, if needed
(I even was able to fix a pair of boots in Calgary, after-hours, in my hotel’s workshop.)
* update and re-inventory for all shows
* verify that all items in your Emergency Toolbox are not Restricted and Prohibited Items for travel

Here’s an Example of an Emergency Toolbox
(Update & Re-Inventory For All Shows)

* 1st aid kit including bandages, splints, Band-Aids, pain relievers, antihistamines)
* cash in local currency
* protein bars
* water
* flashlight with spare batteries
* city map showing venue location and hotel
* a full PRINTED set of exhibit installation instructions
* flash light with extra batteries
* a printed Fact Book/File with:
* destination venue address
* venue floorplan
* exhibit floorplan
* local venue contacts (in case you need reprint graphics)
* packing tape
* scissors & Xacto knife
* pens (lots of them…they walk away)
* permanant markers in assorted colours.
* white gloves
* magic eraser brush
* fabric stain removal stick
* business cards (you’d be surprised how often these are forgotten)
* note pads, post-its
* highlighters
* stapler and staple remover
* extra lead sheets (more than you think you’ll need)
* digital camera with power pack/transformer/batteries
* paper clips
* rubber bands and rope
* sewing kit
* Velcro tape (hook and loop)
* duct tape
* carpet tape
* packing tape (clear and opaque)
* screwdrivers with assorted heads
* instructions for return shipments
* shipping labels for return shipment
* batteries (all types)
* extension cords/
* multi outlet power bars
* assorted light bulbs.
* extra struts
* Allen Keys (metric and British)
* screwdrivers
* hammer
* multi-function knife
* assorted nails and screws.
* glass cleaner
* cloth / paper towels
* Windex
* solvent cleaner
* super glue & epoxy (I once super-glued a client’s model that arrived damaged)
* cables to connect laptops to displays
* USB memory sticks
* assorted connectors
* assorted batteries
* universal power transformers
* a small vacuum cleaner or carpet sweep (you can’t always depend on the exhibit hall crew to get to your booth on time)
* BE PREPARED !!! and Good luck !!!

2018 Montreal Trade Shows and Conventions 2nd Quarter

2018 Montreal Trade Shows and Conventions 2nd Quarter

Your partner for designing and creating trade show booths to stop traffic, engage your potential customer, and help your company remain top-of-mind in your industry, BERLINdisplays has the creative experience you need to help you remain top of mind long after the show has ended.

Since preplanning, design, and assembly of your customized booth and/or booth elements can take some time, we are happy to offer a list of the bigger trade shows, conventions, and expos coming to Montreal in the first quarter of 2018.

Plan now to impress attendees at the second quarter events that will have the greatest impact on your business.

We display you at your best. Contact BERLINdisplays for more information, or to begin the planning and design for your most effective booth ever!

2018 Montreal Trade Shows and Conventions 2nd Quarter
(By Month)


11-13 April

International Minor Metals Conference

Fairmont, The Queen Elizabeth Montreal
Minerals and minor metals futures, industry, energy, and rare earths.

13-15 April

29E Congres Annuel de L’AMVQ

Association des medecins veterinaires du Quebec en pratique des petits animaux.
Palais des congress de Montreal
Small animal veterinary practice conference.

14-15 April

Expo Franchise

Palais des congress de Montreal
An Expo of franchise opportunities, from restaurants to tire dealerships.

14-16 April

Safety and Flight Ops Conference

Fairmont, The Queen Elizabeth Montreal
Use of social media in operations, regulatory impacts, new and emerging technology, ground operations safety and more.

16-17 April

International Aerospace Week, Aerospace innovation Forum

Palais des congress de Montreal
Part of Aerospace Week in Montreal

20-22 April

Montreal Electric Vehicle Show

Place Bonaventure
Covering the hybrid and electric vehicle industry, general automotive, and environmental protection.

20-22 April

National Women’s Show

Palais des congress de Montreal
Canada’s largest consumer event for women.

20-22 April

Salon Carrefour 50 Ans et +

Palais des congress de Montreal
Products and services for consumers who are aged fifty and over.

20-22 April

Salon Batimit

Palais des congress de Montreal
International expo of Construction Professionals.

21-26 April

CHI 2018 Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems

Palais des congress de Montreal
The ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI) series of academic conferences is hosted by ACM SIGCHI.

26-28 April

SIDIM – Salon Du Design

Place Bonaventure
Montreal International Interior Design, a trade event bringing together designers, architects, buyers, business consultants, targeted consumers, and the media.

27-28 April

Expo Grands Travaux

Stade Olympique
Heavy equipment and construction show.


7-9 May

GPPS Conference Montreal 2018

Palais des congress de Montreal
A conference of rotating machinery professionals in industry and academia, to improve the efficiency of current systems and results.

8-11 May

International Symposium on Hereditary Breast and Ovarian Cancer

Centre Mont-Royal
BCRA is one of the leading international scientific conferences on hereditary cancer.

13-16 May

World Conference on Marine Biodiversity

Palais des congress de Montreal
The World Conference on Marine Biodiversity has become the major focal assembly to share research outcomes, management and policy issues, and discussions on the role of biodiversity in sustaining ocean ecosystems.

23-25 May

C2 Montreal

C2 Montréal at Arsenal
C2 Montreal is a non-profit organization aiming to connect and build networks between commerce and creative enterprises. Speakers, interactive exhibits, presentations, and collaborative workshops, and more.

30-31 May

The Order of Dentists of Quebec

Palais des congress de Montreal
The annual conference of Ordre de Dentistes du Quebec.


3-6 June

2018 IABC World Conference

Palais des congress de Montreal
International Association of Business Communicators, The Communications Crossroads.

5-6 June

Photonics North

Centre Mont-Royal
Commercial exhibition on optics, lasers, and imaging technologies.

Magnetize your exhibit to attract buyers

Magnetize your exhibit to attract buyers

Will you be getting your money’s worth from your exhibit program?

Successful companies plan their exhibit program well in advance, and far beyond just the display graphics. 
Trade shows, for example, are key to promoting your company/product/service.
This entails coordination with any of your other timed advertising with your sales management team being part of the process.
Far too often, more time is spent on graphics for the exhibit, rather than creating a proper attendance strategy.
Tips for creating an effective program can be done at minimal cost:
1. Include information about the exhibit in every email.
2. Add a banner to your company website offering a gift, or create a contest for visiting your show exhibit.
3. Send promotional material to all media outlets, including local media where your show will take place.
Advise the media that your company will be launching a new product or feature.
4. Advertise on the trade show website and, in the show manual.
5. Offer and advertise a prize or contest draw at your exhibit to entice show attendees to visit your booth.
6. Produce a “door hanger” for the key show hotels with an offer of a prize or contest.
7. Use “giveaways” at your exhibit, or in advance, to entice prospects and clients to visit your booth.
“Giveaways” should reflect your show product introduction features or, tagline
8. Demonstrate a product or service at your exhibit.
Rather than continuous throughout the day, you could have a schedule advertised at the booth, to create mystique.
9. Have your CEO and/or a member of your management team be present at specific booth times to meet clients and prospects.
Contact BERLINdisplays today! 
We’ll be happy to discuss how you can get more Return On Investment (ROI) for your exhibit program.
BERLINdisplays works hard to help you “display” your organization or products to the very best advantage.
If you are considering whether to buy or rent your trade show display or booth, please contact us today.
We would be pleased to help you make the right cost effective choice.
Should we Rent or Buy our Trade Show Exhibit?

Should we Rent or Buy our Trade Show Exhibit?

“Should we rent or buy our trade show exhibit?” is a common question we get from new customers, and the answer is based on how often you attend trade shows and how much flexibility you need from an exhibit. Renting a complete booth (not including custom graphics) usually costs about 30-50% of the cost of purchasing the same exhibit.

So, if you usually attend 3 or more trade shows per year, or if you prefer having the same basic configuration from year to year and anticipate using the exhibit for 3 or more years in a row, purchasing a custom booth can be a more cost-effective choice. It can also boost brand recognition in regular attendees from show to show and year to year. It is a bigger financial commitment on the front end, but lesser annual expenses and depreciation of a capital expense may offer balance.

If, however, flexibility is more important to you because your team attends only a single annual event, or you prefer to create a new design for every trade show or every year, renting may be more practical for your needs. Rentals are perfect for the company that wants to customize the size and complexity of their exhibit in response to market conditions, products showcased, or other variables. This option requires an annual planned expenditure, but no maintenance costs over time.

Rent vs. Buy FAQ

Why do you not include the cost of the custom graphics when balancing renting and purchasing? When discussing the benefits and costs of renting versus purchasing, we don’t include the custom graphics, as those often change from venue to venue even if you buy an exhibit, so those costs could stay the same for either solution.

What if our company is new, and we want to make a big splash this year but scale back next year? You may want to consider renting a larger, impactful exhibit this year, and then plan ahead to design a more modest booth to use again and again for the next few years.

Won’t having the same booth every year lose effectiveness? We can help you design and add custom graphics to the booth you purchase so that it makes a fresh impact each year.

Are there different ways to pay for an exhibit? We can help here too.  One way is to lease an exhibit the same way you would a car. This would let you use the exhibit and while only paying a deposit once you take possession. The balance would be paid over a time period agreed by you with a leasing company. Government grants are another option where we can help, since we have two strong grant programs for your company called Export Quebec and CanExport. We can obtain up to 40% of eligible expenses for Quebec and 50% for Canada, which can cover eligible trade show expenses, hotel and travel expenses and in certain cases, monies even for web development and graphic design.

What about the costs of repairing, storing, insuring and shipping a purchased exhibit? You do have some additional expenses with a purchased exhibit. Contact BERLINdisplays today and we’ll be happy to walk you through those expenses and all the solutions we offer.

BERLINdisplays works hard to help you display your organization or products to the very best advantage. If you are considering whether to buy or rent your trade-show display or booth, please contact us today. We would be honoured to help you make the best decision for your company and your bottom line.

Storage Solution for Trade Show Exhibits

Storage Solution for Trade Show Exhibits

BERLINdisplays offers a safe and convenient storage solution for our custom and modular trade show exhibits and booths.

Storing your BERLINdisplays exhibit with us is a practical, affordable option. Our storage is safe and secure, and you never have to worry about the storage unit size, quality, or security. No more scheduling an employee to be present for shipping out and returning crates, no more searching for storage that is secure and temperature/moisture controlled. When you store your exhibit with the experts who designed and built your valuable marketing tool, you can have confidence it will be ready to dazzle your audience when you are.   

Located in Montreal, our storage centre is safe, secure, and offers the added convenience of professional evaluation of crates and contents upon arrival back from your trade shows. Our central location means predictable, easy shipping all over the United States and Canada.  This makes your shipping costs easy to calculate, and your exhibit easy to ship.

When you combine this professional storage solution with our set up, tear down, and shipping services, this makes for the simplest possible transitions for your tradeshow team. We take care of everything but your presentation and giveaways!

Imagine being able to leave every facet of your tradeshow exhibit transitioning from one show to the next to the professionals you trusted to design and built it. Just schedule the shows and arrive to find it ready for your final touches. Then, when your job is accomplished, rest easy knowing your exhibit will be properly packed, shipped, and stored until you’re ready to use it again.

Are you ready to put your focus back on the marketing campaign instead of managing exhibit storage? We display you at your very best, and we store your exhibit so it arrives at its very best. Contact BERLINdisplays today to begin planning your marketing success.

Full Turnkey Solutions for Trade Show Booths

Full Turnkey Solutions for Trade Show Booths

Did you know that BERLINdisplays offers full turnkey solutions for trade show booths? Whether you have purchased the booth, or choose to lease a customized exhibit, we offer customer-oriented solutions that allow you to simply arrive at your show and, wow your audience! Since our customers attend trade shows across the globe, we are pleased to be able to offer all these services worldwide.

We can meet all your trade show needs. We not only offer expert design and manufacturing of the best trade show booths and display elements available anywhere in the world, but we also provide services to ship, assemble, disassemble, and store your trade show booths for you. Our commitment to your success doesn’t stop after the initial delivery!


Our shipping services include packing and protection, creating a proper bill of lading, choosing a reliable freight carrier, shipping all crates together, and applying your choice of insurance options to every shipment. We are aware that shipping costs are a concern to our customers, so our packing solutions and light weight displays are geared to protecting the booth from damage while using efficient shipping containers.

Packing and Assembly

Packing and assembly service includes unpacking the crates at the reserved booth area, assembling the booth and all display elements, preparing the packaging material and crating for storage, dismantling the booth and all display elements, carefully re-packing and protecting each of the pieces, removing the old bill of lading and applying the new one for either storage or your next destination.


We offer safe and secure storage solutions for our booths, so if there is downtime between trade shows, your booths and elements will be stored properly, ready to be shipped and assembled the next time you need them.

BERLINdisplays is committed to designing and manufacturing the best products available while providing exceptional customer service. We offer a full range of products for purchase and for lease. From design to assembly, to shipping and storage, let BERLINdisplays provide you with the best solutions for your exhibit program.

Tips on Gathering Qualified Trade Show Leads

Tips on Gathering Qualified Trade Show Leads

BERLINdisplays strongly urges our clients to keep records of which trade shows were successful and which need closer evaluation by your marketing team. In order to spend your marketing dollars wisely, identify highly successful shows to analyze, duplicate, and increase success in the following year.

Your trade show goals include collecting sales leads. It’s not just the sheer number of contacts you acquire, did you meet your goal of gathering QUALIFIED trade show leads? Those are the leads that are most likely to result in sales. Here are some questions your team can ask to differentiate the qualified leads from the unqualified:

  • Is the prospect’s organization flourishing, or is there a pain point? No company makes a significant purchase unless it’s providing a solution. Change is difficult, so we avoid it. Implementing something new doesn’t happen because it’s attractive, it happens because they believe that purchase will produce a positive result.
  • Does the problem the prospect describes match the problem your product solves? Even if your product resolves one issue, if your product isn’t designed to address the prospect’s primary problem, they’re going to spend money elsewhere first.
  • Timing is everything. Has there been a recent change in their company? New management, market fluctuations, a PR or legal issue, even a sudden success; all of these will prompt an organization to take action, including making a purchase to help them resolve a problem. Also, why hasn’t the issue been resolved before now? Knowing where the roadblocks have been placed can help your sales team anticipate obstacles during the sale.
  • Assess the level of urgency. What happens if the pain goes untreated? If the answer is that profitability or productivity is impacted, your prospect is serious about finding a solution. If they have tried other solutions that failed, you know they’re feeling urgency but they’ll need more from you than a standard sales pitch.
  • Consider the budget. Is there a budget allocated for the solution? If not, when do they expect the budget to be set? Are there additional stakeholders who must sign off on the purchase? These answers tell you whether the organization plans to make a purchase soon, and who needs to hear and see your sales pitch.
  • Assess the competition. What other solutions are they considering? Your trade show team needs to know if the interest from the prospect is genuine, or if your potential sale is being used as leverage to bargain with a preferred competitor. It is a common negotiating tactic, that while understandable, wastes your sales team’s time and energy.
  • What is the contact’s stake in the solution? If the solution to this issue is important to a stakeholder, you have an “insider” in the process. The more committed your contact is to finding the right solution, the harder they’ll fight to make the deal happen.

If your trade show goal is to generate and collect leads, then more qualified leads mean more sales, and more sales mean greater success. We can help you drive traffic to your booth, engage your potential customers, and make a memorable impact.

BERLINdisplays is committed to our clients’ trade show success by providing solutions. Contact us today to find out how our customized trade show displays and booths can help you meet your trade show marketing goals!

Is your trade show booth strategy working?

Is your trade show booth strategy working?

Are We There Yet?

Is your trade show booth strategy working? How do you know if your trade booth or display elements are working? You’re meeting your goals for new leads, awareness, or connections!

For many exhibitors, more time goes into the logistics of getting to the conventions than goes into designing a marketing strategy to make the most of your time at conventions. If you’re not hitting the numbers you want, whether it’s generating leads, increasing awareness of your brand or product, or making connections and forming relationships with clients or partners? Then it’s time to plan ahead for your most effective trade shows ever!

The very first thing to do for an effective trade show experience is to identify your marketing goals. Once you set those goals, the strategy becomes clearer. The next thing to do is assign a booth staffer to track your numbers, goals, make notes on shows…all so you have the facts and figures you need to improve on your success each year.

Here are some great tips for each of the three most common trade show goals: Leads, awareness, and connections.


Generating leads is a numbers game. You need to maximize booth traffic to generate the most leads possible at each event. Here are important tips for getting the most passive traffic, actively attracting traffic, and turning traffic into leads.

  • Passive traffic requires attention to detail and planning ahead. Choose booth locations where walkers will be: Near stages, at intersections, and never in a dead-end.
  • Active traffic are the attendees who seek out your booth. How do you drive active traffic? Your booth needs to get people talking, attract attention, and have attendees searching for it. Desirable promotional items, visual impact of graphics and booth elements both generate buzz that draw attendees right to you!
  • Turning traffic into leads is most effectively done by engaging and well-trained staffers, who can not only turn captivated passers-by into new leads, but they can then multiply that effect by creating more buzz and active traffic!


Increasing awareness of your brand, service, or product is about increasing active traffic and informing and engaging with the attendees. You may only get 5-10 seconds to make an impression or to entice that foot traffic into a quick and memorable conversation.

  • See above for active traffic
  • Turn your staffers into subject matter experts, at least on the surface level, to engage and inform the attendees who are attracted to your booth.
  • Use graphics and booth elements designed to customize your booth for each show. Swapping out smaller elements to attract specific audiences while keeping the larger elements the same not only maximizes your budget, but your traffic, too!
  • To increase awareness, you need to add layers of information and attention. An attractive promotional item can entice attendees to re-engage with your company by searching for information online. Ads on social media or trade publications promoting your booth at the event can create buzz beforehand. And arranging for your representatives or advocates to speak at the show will create more awareness before, during, and after the convention.


Making connections and deepening relationships with key clients or partners at a convention or expo requires a different focus. Set up your booth with seating, so that conversations and deeper connections are fostered, and the small group you are focused on actively attracting are enticed to stay awhile and enjoy their time with you while they take a deeper dive into your content/connection.

  • Focus promotions to targeted individuals. Spend more per target to make the promotional memorable and meaningful.
  • Use management or top-notch sales staff as booth staffers…these are connections who need to feel valued and special.
  • Make plans to spend time outside the event, where you don’t have to compete with other booths or vendors.
  • Use graphics and booth elements to honor key partnerships and clients, to celebrate your connection and your years together.

Are you excited and ready to begin strategizing your event calendar for 2018 and beyond? BERLINdisplays would love to partner with you to create traffic, buzz, and deeper connections with your target audience. We display you at your very best. Contact BERLINdisplays today to begin planning your marketing success.

2018 Montreal Trade Shows & Conventions 1st Quarter

2018 Montreal Trade Shows & Conventions 1st Quarter

BERLINdisplays wants to be your partner in designing and creating a trade show booth that will stop traffic, engage your potential customer, and will help your company remain top-of-mind for your industry long after the trade show has ended.

Since preplanning, design, and assembly of your customized booth and/or booth elements can take some time, we are happy to offer a list of the bigger trade shows, conventions, and expos coming to Montreal in the first quarter of 2018.

Begin planning now to wow attendees at 2018 events that will have the greatest impact on your business.

We display you at your best. Contact BERLINdisplays for more information, or to begin the planning and design for your most effective booth ever!

2018 Montreal Trade Shows & Conventions 1st Quarter
(By Month)


19-28 Jan

Salon de L’Auto

Palais des Congres de Montreal
One of Canada’s most influential automobile shows and contests.

25-28 Jan

McGill Model United Nations Assembly

Le Centre Sheraton Montreal Hotel
Companies from all over the world attend this conference.


1 Feb

Conference Cecobois et Salon Solution Bois 2018

Palais des Congres Montreal
A commercial construction conference for the non-residential and multifamily unit construction industry. Covering regulations, products, appearance, and safety code updates.

5-8 Feb

Paper Week! Annual Conference of Pulp and Paper Industry

Fairmont The Queen Elizabeth Montreal
The industry’s preeminent annual conference and tradeshow in Canada.

International Forest Biorefinery Summit

The Queen Elizabeth Hotel, Montreal
This conference covers biorefinery resources, supply chain, technologies, products and materials, and building connections between the chemical and biorefinery industries.

International Conference for the Forest Based Bioeconomy

Le Centre Sheraton Montreal
Bioproducts and biomaterials from forest to market.

9-10 Feb

Salon de L’Inetegration et de L’Insertion Professionnelle

Palais des Congres Montreal
Montreal’s most influential job fair, where over 100 companies and institutions are represented along with other vendors.

10-11 Feb

Yoga Expo

Palais des Congres Montreal
A Complete Yoga Convention

13 Feb

Quebec Apartment Investment Conference

Palais des Congres Montreal
Multifamily unit investing, covering financing, construction, and market trending.

21-22 Feb

Arctic Shipping Summit

Location TBA
This conference focuses on the growing physical changes in the Arctic, as well as compliance, market updates, developments and investments, and increasing profitability.

23 Feb

2018 Frontline Services Conference
Palais des Congres Montreal

The Association of Medical Clinics of Quebec is pleased to invite you to come and learn about innovative products, services, and more.

23-24 Feb

Salon Moto de Montreal

Palais des Congres Montreal
Premiere motorcycle convention in Quebec, filled with the latest models, gear, and equipment.

24-27 Feb

CSCM National Food & Beverage Management Conference

Le Centre Sheraton Montreal
Education and social programs to improve management skills.


1-4 March

Recreational Vehicles Convention de Montreal

Palais des Congres Montreal
Featuring the latest models, newest innovations, and the best of RV products and services.

3 March

Recruit in Canada Fair

Palais des Congres Montreal
A Recruitment fair attended by companies all over Canada and potential employees.

7-9 March

Confoo Web Techno Conference

Bonaventure Hotel
A conference for web developers with skills instruction and product vendors.

13 March

La Journee de L’Assurance de Dommages sponsors “Property and Casualty Insurance Day”

Palais des Congres Montreal
This conference features issues, products, and innovations related to property and casualty insurance.

14-15 March

Salon Ma Carriere Employment Fair

Palais des Congres Montreal
Job fair filled with representatives from companies all over Canada, seeking to hire new employees.

16-18 March

Le Salon de la Course A Pied

Palais des Congres Montreal
The Running Show of Montreal offers speakers, vendors, health professionals, plus club and event representatives all under a single roof.

18-19 March

Allied Beauty Association’s Beauty Show

Palais des Congres Montreal
Beauty professional’s convention with workshops, speakers, and exhibitors.

20-21 March

E-Commerce Convention

Palais des Congres Montreal
This convention is for online entrepreneurs and related professionals.

22-23 March

Montreal Wood Convention

Fairmont The Queen Elizabeth Montreal
Building alliances between producers and buyers of wood products.

23-25 March

Healthy eating, ecology and health Expo

Palais des Congres Montreal
Speakers, exhibitors, and demonstrations of a healthier lifestyle.

28 March

Montreal Real Estate Forum

Palais des Congres Montreal
Development, investment, leasing, financing, and management of real estate.

28-29 March

CITT/ICTS Rendez-Vous 2018

Palais des Congres Montreal
An event to connect the live performance community with technological innovations, network of professional peers, standards and practices, and so much more.

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