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Put simply, we connect people.

We have organised hundreds of events on three continents. From the largest consumer event in Europe to intimate workshops in Bogota. From Oslo to Buenos Aires and most everywhere in between we have worked with dozens of venues and partners to create engaging and thought-provoking conferences and first-class exhibitions. From launches to growing established event brands to acquisitions, we have humbly done it all.

If you’re looking for an event partner look no further. We’re big enough to cope and small enough to care.

Recommendation #92 of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada’s Calls to Action calls on Canada’s corporate sector to support the economic growth of Indigenous communities and peoples. The purpose of Forward Summit is to facilitate a professional and open environment where Indigenous communities, businesses, and thought leaders can gather to build relationships, learn, and share experiences. The result of the event is to amplify the voices of Indigenous champions and connect community and industry together to build economic wealth and Indigenous prosperity.

In 2019, Forward Summit welcomed over 500 delegates, speakers, exhibitors and speakers over three days.

Over 100 thought leaders gathered to share insights and knowledge.

Delegates traveled from across Canada to attend Forward Summit. Over 40 Indigenous communities gathered in Calgary, Alberta.

Delegates were greeted by a sold-out exhibition during lunch and networking breaks. The exhibition floor was the apex of conversations and transactions.

Workforce Forward delivers a full day of workshops and panels focused on Indigenous inclusion training, employment strategies, and hiring best practices for HR professionals and business owners.

Workforce Forward in collaboration with CPHR Alberta welcomes the HR Community for a critical event exploring Indigenous workforce opportunities, training, and inclusion.

Join the leaders in Indigenous inclusion in panels and workshops as they explore important concepts, strategies,
success stories, programs, barriers and other topics related to the Indigenous workforce.

As part of their initiative to support Métis education across the province, Rupertsland Institute partnered with CPG to create a career fair in both Calgary and Edmonton to showcase unique career paths and to inspire Métis youth. 

Students and school groups gathered at TELUS Spark in Calgary and the Edmonton Expo Centre for a full day of interactive displays and presentations in emerging and exciting industries such as Augmented Reality, Design, Robotics, eCommerce, Academia, and more. Students were exposed to what these industries had to offer and had the chance to browse, interact, and learn what they need and how they can prepare for successful careers in these industries. 

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The Internet of Things, or IoT, refers to the billions of physical devices around the world that are now connected to the internet, all collecting and sharing data, monitoring and measuring the environment around us in real-time. We see this every day with products that monitor our physical state, keep our lives organized, and help us navigate the world.

For the first time ever, the top tech minds and companies will gather in Calgary for a global conversation on the future of IoT. Walk the exhibition floor and interact with the latest innovations and applications in smart IoT technology for Canada’s top industry sectors including agriculture, medical, energy and smart cities. Take part in the IoT North Conference and learn from subject matter experts on issues such as business transformation, cyber security, data analytics, and more. And join us for many of the great networking events that will be happening around the City of Calgary.

Making Mental Health in the workplace a priority.

Mind Works Summit is a two-day event that delivers education, strategies, and resources to help organizations prepare and deliver preventative mental health programs.

The summit brings together mental health thought-leaders, government officials, and business leaders from across Canada to educate and share experiences.

Mind Works Summit delivers expert panels, thought-provoking keynotes, and intimate roundtables that create a learning-focused environment over two days. Government, HR, and organizational leaders will be at the table to learn and share their stories in this inclusive environment.