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Conference management in Montreal

Welcome to Meetings à la Montréal, where we bring together the best of the meetings and conventions industry. In conjunction with the Palais des congrès de Montréal, our convention centre, and the city’s best hotels, we work hard to help you — the busy event management professional — organize successful and meaningful events. From large-scale conference planning to intimate corporate events, you’ll find meeting venues, planning resources and the most up-to-date news!

  1. Montréal Meets: Adrian Segar

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    Adrian Segar is a household name for many meeting professionals in North America. He has long been a champion of the participative meeting design concept – moving from passively listening to active learning – and his book, Conferences That Work, has become a mainstay on planners’ bookshelves. We asked Adrian to talk to us about participative meetings, peer conferences and […]

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  2. More signature city flavours coming to the Montréal-Trudeau Airport

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    Airport food. Been there, done that? If you’ve sampled one too many cardboard-flavoured concoctions on your business trips, you’ll be interested in what’s cooking at the Montréal-Trudeau Airport. Aéroports de Montréal, the corporation responsible for managing the Montréal-Trudeau, understands that a scrumptious send-off can leave just the right impression. And that’s why they’ve been working hard on contributing to Montréal’s […]

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  3. Montréal Meets: Andy Nulman of 375MTL

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    He’s a guy who has little time for self-important titles, so Andy Nulman’s latest professional incarnation – as Chief Attention Getter for the self-explanatory Society for the Celebrations of Montréal’s 375th Anniversary – seems to strike just the right light-hearted tone for the colourful Just For Laughs co-founder. An indefatigable creative (he might also say “disruptive”) force, Nulman is more […]

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  4. The Palais des congrès de Montréal: The art of form and function

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    When looking for the ideal meeting venue, you probably think of all the practical aspects first, such as flexible room capacity, outstanding catering services, state-of-the-art technology and convenient location. But what if you could add innovative architecture and breathtaking design to the order? Montréal’s convention centre, the Palais des congrès, covers all these bases in spades. Built in 1983 and […]

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  5. Droidcon makes its Canadian debut in Montréal

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    If you have an Android-powered smartphone, you’re in good company. In fact, the majority of the world’s smartphones (81.5% in 2014) are running Google’s mobile OS. With more than a billion Android smartphones shipped in 2014, and 60% more downloads worldwide on Google Play the iOS App Store, there’s a lot of brain power behind all the apps and features […]

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  6. Montréal’s Creative Industries and How They Work for Meeting Planners

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      What if creativity was contagious? In Montréal, we’re starting to believe it is. As a UNESCO City of Design, Montréal is boldly creative. You immediately see it in our fashion and design industries, as well as our architecture, public art and urban landscaping. But our creativity goes far beyond skin deep. Consider that Montréal is home to world-renowned entertainment […]

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  7. C2 Montréal 2015: The World’s Most Innovative Conference

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    For the past three years, Montréal has proudly called itself home to C2 Montréal, named the world’s most innovative business meeting in 2014 —and 2015 will be no exception. The immersive, three-day event will take place from May 26 to 28, 2015, at Arsenal in Montréal. Based on the concept of Commerce + Creativity (hence the C2 in the name), […]

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  8. Montréal’s Chromatic offers a 360-degree perspective on creativity

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    Life isn’t black and white, and neither is any aspect of creativity or business. So it’s entirely fitting then that this year’s edition of Montréal’s vibrant Chromatic arts party and festival – which this year expands overseas to Paris for the first time as part of the ambitious MTL à Paris initiative – has a “colours” theme underpinning the rich […]

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  9. Want to learn something new and cool? Montréal’s E-180 has a brain date for you

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    When the matchmakers at E-180 facilitate brain dating, do they also supply the pick-up lines? “Are you having problems with your left occipital lobe? Because you’ve been looking right all day.” Or maybe, “Sorry, I don’t think we’ve met – my cerebrum wouldn’t forget a hypothalamus like that.” Or how about the tried-and-true classic: “Are you a tumour? I feel […]

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