Reminder: IIDEX Canada invites submissions from potential seminar leaders
Push the boundaries of professional practice and thought as a speaker at the 30th anniversary of IIDEX Canada, Canada’s National Design and Architecture Exposition and Conference, taking place December 3-4, 2014, at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre’s North Building.
Thousands of influential buyers and decision-makers of the design, architecture, building and real estate industries will participate in the over 80 accredited seminars offered by industry leaders.
Conference topics include accessibility, acoustics, architecture, business management, education design, facility management, health-care design, hospitality design, industry trends, innovation, institutional design, interior design, landscape architecture, lighting design, marketing, materials, P3’s, residential design, retail design, sustainable design, technology and workplace design.
Seminar topics will be selected based on varying criteria including: relevancy to the industry, timeliness, body of knowledge, learning outcomes, speaker experience and how the particular topic complements the IIDEX Canada conference program.
The deadline for submissions is Friday, May 2, 2014 at 11:59pm EST.
IIDEX Canada is co-presented by the Interior Designers of Canada (IDC) and Architecture Canada | RAIC. The new dates and location of IIDEX Canada bring us together with Construct Canada, PM Expo Toronto, Construct International, HomeBuilder & Renovator Expo, Concrete Canada, National Green Building Conference, and the Real Estate Forum Toronto – all happening in the South Building of the MTCC. Together with these shows we’ve formed The Buildings Show, Canada’s Largest Annual Exposition + Conference for the Design, Building & Management of Real Estate, with over 40,000 attendees. The event will take over the entire North and South Buildings of the Metro Toronto Convention Centre.
You will be notified by June 30, 2014 of the status of your submission. Click here to fill out the online submission form.