In-person events are back in full swing, and there’s a heavy roster of trade and consumer shows across Canada this fall. Today, we’ll look at what’s coming up in September.
International Aerospace Week – “One of the largest global aerospace industry gatherings in North America!… participate in world-class events and meet with all the industry’s leaders.” Event runs September 6-8 in Montreal, QC.
Retail Marketing Conference – “Immerse yourself in retail marketing innovation and collaborate with industry game changers.” The conference takes place September 8 in Toronto, ON.
Franchise Expo – “Franchise ownership lets you jump into the corner office and grow a business that already has successful – and proven – roots.” There are two shows scheduled this month – September 10-11 (Toronto, ON) and September 24-25 in Edmonton, AB.
Grow Up Conference & Expo – “Join top [cannabis] growers, suppliers, manufacturers, extraction equipment/services, hundreds of top speakers/keynotes and thousands of delegates together to bring you up-to-date on proven methods, innovations and technology.” Grow Up runs September 12-14 in Niagara Falls, ON.
Bringing the World to PA – BTW2PA is “an opportunity for Pennsylvania companies to meet one-on-one with Pennsylvania’s Authorized Trade Representatives (ATRs) at a series of events held in 10 different locations across the state.” We’re thrilled to be taking part once again! Event runs September 12 to 23.
Convenience U CARWACS Show – “Discover the latest products, innovations and opportunities to drive traffic and increase profits at Canada’s largest convenience, gas and car wash industry event of the year.” Runs September 13-14 in Toronto, ON.
Canada’s Outdoor Farm Show – “For over 25 years, farmers have attended Canada’s Outdoor Farm Show to learn about the newest and most innovative products and technology in agriculture.” Show runs September 13-15 in Woodstock, ON.
CHFA NOW – “Immerse yourself in all things natural, organic, and wellness.” Conference runs September 15-16; trade show runs September 17-18, all in Toronto, ON.
Canada’s Bridal Show – “Canada’s Bridal Show is the largest and most prestigious Bridal Show in Canada with over 37 years of making brides’ dreams come true.” Runs September 16-18, in Toronto, ON.
DEX Expo – DEX Expo travels the country, “showcasing the latest products and services to Design Engineering magazine’s audience of mechanical engineers, machine builders and product design professionals.” Show takes place on September 20 in Hamilton, ON.
Elevate Festival – “…this reimagined festival will bring together the world’s most disruptive minds and creative thought leaders to shine a global spotlight on the best-in-show of Canada’s innovation ecosystem.” Runs September 20-22 in Toronto, ON.
Canadian Waterpower Week Conference & Trade Show – “…this annual national conference and trade show offers exclusive opportunities to make connections, build knowledge, and position for success with the largest electricity generation, transmission and storage companies in Canada.” Runs September 21-23 in Toronto, ON.
Recruit in Canada – “Recruit in Canada fairs attract exhibitors from around the world.” There are five shows scheduled this month – September 22 (Toronto, ON), September 24 (Montreal, QC), September 25 (Ottawa, ON), September 27 (Vancouver, BC) and September 29 (Calgary, AB).
ExpoCam – “The meeting place for Canada’s trucking industry.” Show takes place September 22-23 in Montreal, QC.
Interior Design Show – “Bringing together the newest and most innovative of international and Canadian design.” Runs September 22-25 in Vancouver, BC.
Imprint Canada – “The marketing and information source for imprintable products.” Show runs September 23-24 in Calgary, AB.
Canadian Waste & Recycling Expo – “Canada’s only trade event serving the waste, recycling, and public works markets.” This event attracts more than 2,000 attendees, almost 200 exhibiting companies, and runs September 27-28 in Toronto, ON
MeatEx Canada – “MeatEx will highlight the most important ways the meat, poultry and seafood industries move into the future.” Runs September 28-30 in Toronto, ON.