MONTREAL, April 27, 2016 /CNW Telbec/ - C2 Montréal announces that 300 Chinese delegates, the largest ever business mission to Canada, will participate in the 5th edition of the conference to take place from May 24 – 26, 2016. Some 200 are business leaders from various sectors such as technology, media, finance, education and energy, while 100 are government-related.
Among the 300 Chinese delegates, twelve will take part in the C2 Montréal Conference, as speakers. In fact, for the first time this year, a daily time slot of 90 minutes will be dedicated to four Chinese entrepreneurs who will share their journey. Simultaneous translation will also be provided.
"C2 Montréal acknowledges and applauds the Chinese government for organizing this delegation to participate in our 5th edition," says Richard St. Pierre, President of C2 Montréal. "We are proud to work with Omnia International Inc. and SIRM Inc. to make the exchange of creativity and commerce possible between such important countries like China and Canada. We worked closely with the Middle Kingdom and it would be an honour for us to one day see a C2 event held there."
"This significant delegation demonstrates the interest of both parties to build close and cordial trade relations," says Zeqing Chen, Chairman of SIRM Inc.
About Omnia International
The partnership of OMNIA INTERNATIONAL INC. and SIRM is a platform for trade between Canada and China, involved in several projects in the spheres of expanded activities in China and Canada.
About C2 Montréal
C2 Montréal: A business conference, only different
Each year, in a collaborative environment specifically designed to provoke collisions and spark new ideas, the C2 Montréal inspires 5,000 decision makers across continents and industries to challenge their biases, shift their perspective and explore completely new ways of doing business. Imagined by Sid Lee in collaboration with founding partner Cirque du Soleil, these three days of talks, workshops, extreme brainstorming sessions, meet ups, performances and festivities have been described as "challenging conventions" by The Economist, "The Davos of Creativity" by OBS, and "a business conference unlike any other" by Harvard Business Review.
C2 Montréal will be presenting its 5th edition on May 24, 25 and 26, 2016, at the Arsenal.
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