GMID Toronto 2018 Webcast, April 12
Can’t attend GMID Toronto on April 12?
You can still watch the panel discussion via webcast. Registration is available via the event page.
Tune in on April 12 from 9:45 to 10:55 a.m. ET.
Experiencing Transformation: Innovative Approaches in Business Events
Tired of explaining that you’re not a party planner but a strategic partner? Struggling to create that "WOW" experience in an age of distraction? Can’t find the right venue? With moderator, Vincent Murphy, Vice President of BizBash Media, our panel of experts will help you rethink and transform your approach to business events:
- Julian Sleath, CEO, Bentway
- Charles Khabouth, CEO, Ink Entertainment
- Beth Potter, President & CEO, ?Tourism Industry Association of Ontario
- Heidi Welker, Chair, Meetings Mean Business Canada & Senior VP, Business Development & Industry Partnerships, Freeman Audio Visual Canada
Thanks to FMAV for sponsoring the GMID Toronto webcast.
GMID Toronto 2018 Sponsors, April 12, 2018
A special thank you to the supporters of Global Meetings Industry Day Toronto - meet the teams.
Thank you to all of our sponsors of GMID Toronto. We couldn’t organize a successful GMID without your generous support. It was great to work with all our sponsors and the opportunity to meet their team. The GMID Committee asked our sponsors the question, "What do events mean to me?" Here are some of their responses:
As Canada’s capital, our goal is to provide meeting planners and delegates a truly unique Canadian experience that fits the needs of each meeting held in Ottawa and sets each convention up for success. Canadians will recognize themselves in Ottawa, and people from around the world will recognize Canada in Ottawa.
Every single business meeting Ottawa hosts is an opportunity to highlight our stellar convention spaces and beautiful off-site venues, strengthening our local partnerships with businesses across Canada’s Capital Region and positioning the meeting industry as strong participants in boosting the local tourism economy
Not only do business meetings enable face-to-face relationship building, they also allow us to showcase Ottawa’s appeal on the world stage as a unique, accessible and welcoming gathering destination that offers the complete capital experience, tells the story of Canada, and gets people talking.
We believe that events exist to create a connection. We enjoy working with people who plan meetings and live events to help them achieve their business objectives and create that connection, whether it’s with employees, customers or a brand. We know that the ultimate goal of every event is to create that connection and we help do that in three ways:
Sharing our passion one dish at a time.
The Globe and Mail Centre
Live encounters build and strengthen our connections and communities. Face-to-face we celebrate our triumphs and share our challenges in a way that can’t help but remind each other we are all just people working together for a common goal.
At Speakers’ Spotlight, events offer us the opportunity to do what we do best: work with you to match the right speaker with the right audience at the right time!
The Image Commission
They mean an opportunity to capture an event as it unfolds.