2014-12-03 - 2014-12-04
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IIDEXCanada 2014 is Canada’s national design and architecture trade show and conference, featuring over 350 exhibitors, 20,000 attendees, 50+ accredited seminars, keynote speakers Daniel Libeskind and David Rockwell, special feature exhibitions and more. Attendees include professionals from the fields of interior design, architecture, construction, project management, property management, facility management, real estate, development, lighting, healthcare, hospitality, institutional, education, workplace, landscape, retail, industrial, textile and materials. Our 350 exhibitors feature products and services in the same fields. The event brings together the multidisciplinary design and architecture communities for a sourcing, networking and education event that celebrates creativity and best practices. It embodies all areas of design, real estate and construction. It is a place to be truly inspired, to connect in person and to discover new products and services. IIDEXCanada is where new relationships are built, new ideas are synthesized and where creative collaborations begin. Connect. Learn. Be Inspired. The show is promoted through partnerships with over 25 professional Canadian associations including it's presenters the Interior Designers of Canada (IDC) and Architecture Canada | RAIC. The show is also promoted through over 25 media partners with ads in major publications around the world, our 120,000 newsletter database, our website and our social media feeds.

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