Oct. 30 - Nov. 1, 2017 | Fairmont Tremblant | Mont-Tremblant, Quebec

Conference Overview

The unique, invitation-only hosted format of ET Canada Exchange Summit, conducted in an upscale resort setting like the Fairmont Tremblant, provides an engaging platform for use case presentations and keynotes, small group discussions, industry specific and vertical-focused topics as well as one-on-one conversations with leading vendors and peers on the latest enterprise mobility and digital transformation solutions and strategies.

ET Canada Exchange has many avenues for our attendees to gain insight into how these investments will improve their overall digital strategy. Key aspects include:

Keynotes, Fireside Chats, Panels and General Sessions:

  • ET Canada Exchange keeps things simple by having only one conference track to focus on. Attendees will sit in on a variety of sessions covering the latest topics, industry news and respected insights from leading solution providers, industry experts and end user executives.

Case Study Boardroom Sessions:

  • These highly interactive sessions presented by solution providers to an intimate group of executives give an inside perspective on the implementation and strategy of an actual customer use case.  These sessions not only provide the vendors with feedback on end user wants/needs, but also promote candid discussions for end users to gain perspective from their peers within various industries.

1:1 Meetings:

  • Our 1:1 Meeting Zone allows our end user attendees, solution providers, and industry experts the perfect opportunity to connect with one another for 20 minute face-to-face meetings, which makes sourcing solutions painless for our executive attendees and makes connecting with prospective clientele cost-effective for our sponsors. Respected industry analysts and experts will also be present to discuss your needs and to help you move your own digital strategy forward.

Networking Receptions:

  • Connections can be made at a traditional tradeshow, but with our unique format, lasting relationships are forged through a multitude of networking opportunities. Attendees are able to network over 2.5 days and dive more deeply into discussions that cannot be had walking a trade show floor. Regarding the number of end user attendees and solution providers, we believe that quality over quantity adds a higher value to the conversations had, because only the most-qualified attendees are invited to attend and only vendors that are capable of delivering scalable solutions to major enterprises are eligible to sponsor.
Keynote Sessions, Case Studies, 1:1 Meetings, Networking Receptions
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About our Conference Chairs:

Lars Goransson is responsible for IDC’s Canadian operation as General Manager and Group Vice President. IDC Canada’s product and services offerings provide the Canadian IT community with market based research across the value continuum of budgeting & planning, marketing awareness and lead generation, and measurement and performance management.Lars also actively manages IDC Canada’s Custom Solutions Group and Practices Research groups. IDC Canada's Custom Solutions Group is responsible for managing large custom research projects and proprietary consulting activities with IDC's clients.

Nigel Wallis is IDC Canada's Research Vice President for Internet of Things and Industry research. Based in Ottawa, Nigel directs the Internet of Things (IoT) research program. Nigel also leads our research into how different industries are adopting technology across Canada via the Canadian Vertical Markets program.He delivers research covering these markets with a particular focus on demand-side preferences, technology deployment plans, business priorities and Canadian-specific forecasting.

General Manager & Group Vice President - IDC Canada

Lars Goransson

General Manager & Group Vice President

IDC Canada

Research Vice President, IoT and Industries - IDC Canada

Nigel Wallis

Research Vice President, IoT and Industries

IDC Canada