25 video shorts with 24 world class minds - Shot during this year's business conference C2 Montréal, 24 renowned thinkers and entrepreneurs discuss the power of creativity to re-imagine and re-invent business

MONTRÉAL, Sept. 16, 2014 /CNW/ - Three minutes with James Cameron in a vintage Bombardier snow machine. That's just one of 25 short video interviews with featured speakers from the 2014 edition of C2 Montréal that are now live on its website. A large selection of videos can also be seen on The Globe and Mail website at tgam.ca/C2MTL.

The videos, produced by Jimmy Lee the production division of creative agency Sid Lee, offer intimate glimpses into the thinking of notable innovators and entrepreneurs including James Cameron, Cindy Gallop, Tony Hsieh, Jonathan Becher and Daniel Lamarre.  

Topics addressed include recruiting talent, managing public opinion, the importance of failure, and the value of sharing your ideas with taxi drivers.

Watching the videos, it's easy to see why C2 Montréal is now considered a must-attend event for international business leaders seeking new and creative approaches to doing business.

"As a partner of C2 Montréal, and as an organization heavily committed to creativity and innovation in the workplace, we're pleased to provide our national platform for the promotion of this unique video series," said David Walmsley, editor-in-chief of The Globe and Mail.

C2 Montréal returns May 26-28 2015 with featured speakers Chelsea Clinton and Kevin Spacey. More speakers will be announced October 21.

About C2 Montréal
C2 Montréal is a non-profit organization aiming to reinvent the concept of the annual international conference, in order to better explore the "commerce-creativity" dynamic, as well as its potential to redefine the business world. Every year, this three-day immersive event assembles renowned innovators from varied backgrounds. Participants are plunged into an intellectual and experiential environment that stimulates the left and right sides of their brains in order to develop their creative leadership skills. C2 Montréal features a tremendous variety of non-traditional experiences including presentations by renowned speakers, interactive exhibitions, multimedia presentations, collaborative workshops, held in a unconventional "Innovation Village" conceived exclusively by and for C2 Montréal.

About The Globe and Mail
The Globe and Mail, through its newspaper, magazine, online and mobile platforms, is Canada's foremost news media company. Each day, The Globe leads the national discussion by engaging Canadians through its award-winning coverage and analysis of news, politics, business and lifestyle. The Globe and Mail, Canada's national newspaper, founded in 1844; Report on Business, Canada's most influential business magazine; and globeandmail.com, the newspaper's online and mobile media hub, reach a combined 6 million readers every month. The Globe and Mail is 85% owned by Woodbridge, the investment arm of the Thomson family, and Bell Canada (15%).


For further information: Marie Eve Boisvert - Vice-president, Communications and public relations, meboisvert@C2MTL.com, +1 514 380 8755 #188 / C2MTL.com


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