8 Reasons to Attend Win-Door

October 27th, 2015 by Editor

Win-door 2015 will be held November 3-5 in Toronto, and it’s not too late to attend. In fact, here are eight reasons to make your travel plans today.

Innovation Presentations: This year, Win-door organizers are inviting exhibitors with new products to present those innovations center stage to Win-door attendees.

New floor plan: Win-door will have a new floor plan with a centrally located stage and education pavilion.

Products, products, products: What better place to see products up close and decide which ones are right for your company? Get the chance to talk to exhibitors and learn more about the latest innovations.

Hear Canadian Football League legend Michael ‘Pinball’ Clemons: Clemons will speak at 4 p.m. on opening day, one hour before the show floor starts and you don’t want to miss it.

Keynote presentation —  Manufacturing and the Millennials: Matt Powell, associate editor of PLANT, Canada’s largest industrial magazine dedicated to advancing Canadian manufacturing, will dispel the myths surrounding millennials. In fact, he will ask “Boomers to look beyond the myths and reach out to the Millennial age group in a way that will engage them.” Attend on November 4 at 12:45 p.m.

Chart your future by listening to the latest economic forecast: Scotiabank chief economist Warren Jestin will speak during a breakfast on November 5 at 8 a.m., and if you want to know what the future holds, this is one presentation not to miss. Jestin is a sought-after public speaker on national and international economic issues.

A multitude of great seminars: In addition to the aforementioned presentations, six more seminars will take place throughout the event covering everything from building codes to energy standards and more.

Get free admission: Tweet #windoor2015 with your No. 1 reason for attending Win-door, and you could earn a free pass.

Click here to register for the show.

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