Develop an expertise in accessibility. We did it.
People with disabilities make up 19% of the US population. The Palais des congrès de Montréal has adapted its installations and services to better cater to people with special needs. From parking and signage to restrooms, stairs and ramps, the Palais des congrès has updated its infrastructure. And they’ve gone even further to make all of your attendees feel welcome with a free assisted sound system on FM radio for the hearing impaired and a flexible staff and building to make sure everyone’s needs are taken into consideration.
When the World Parkinson Congress approached us to help with their event, the convention centre served meals in bite-sized pieces and beverages in sturdy cups with straws so their attendees living with Parkinson’s would feel more at home. A modern facility with a willing and hands-on staff, the Palais des congrès de Montréal enjoys an invaluable track record when it comes to hosting events requiring special attention.
Break a Guinness World Record. We did it.
With their “Give a Can… Give a Damn!” campaign, the International Union of Food Science and Technology collected enough food cans to create a 2.04 mile-long chain.→ Read More
Make border crossing a breeze. We did it.
We know who to talk to in order to get everything you need across the border, however unusual. From thousands of caterpillars to a jet plane, wigs of real hair and regulated food – we got it here.→ Read More
Spark creativity worldwide. We did it.
Montréal’s creativity and ingenuity now attract a worldwide audience. From C2 Montréal to the International Startup Festival, Tourisme Montréal has brought its expertise and support to spark the development of innovative and creative events in Montréal.→ Read More