MONTREAL, Feb. 20, 2012 /CNW Telbec/ - The Claudine and Stephen Bronfman Family Foundation is giving 25 emerging entrepreneurs a chance to be part of the C2-MTL international business conference from May 22 to 25, 2012. The most dynamic and creative Québec entrepreneurs will be selected through a competition.
The 25 entrepreneurs selected by the Foundation will have the opportunity to personally meet some of the high-profile speakers who will be appearing at the conference. They will join other attendees at original events designed to expand their creativity and their minds, presented by Cirque du Soleil, Dreamworks Animation, Google and others. They will also take part in the discussions and workshops, side-by-side with some of the greatest thinkers and doers in the world of commerce and creativity.
"This is an incredible opportunity for local entrepreneurs to give their projects international visibility," said Claudine Blondin Bronfman, Co-Chair of the Foundation. "This springboard will give them a chance to learn and to build relationships with some of the most inventive business leaders from around the world. And I am sure the latter will also have much to learn from Québec entrepreneurs' innovative ideas and unique approaches."
Québec entrepreneurs who have been in business for three years or less can enter the contest by filling out the online form at C2MTL.com by March 21, 2012. The 25 winners will be selected by an expert jury named by the Claudine and Stephen Bronfman Family Foundation.
| About C2-MTL
A brave new commercial world requires brave new business models, and from May 22-25, 2012, Montreal's C2-MTL (as in Commerce + Creativity) conference will go where no business conference has gone before. Curated by creative agency Sid Lee, this unprecedented gathering of international business leaders is a completely new kind of annual business conference, one that explores the relationship between commerce and creativity, as well as its potential to redefine business. C2-MTL is giving notice that the business conference of the past is exactly that: in the past.
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