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Business and corporate trips are the extension of the open nature of companies. Headquarters might serve as a home base, but the rest of the business world is outside — launching, growing, cooperating, and competing in the framework of the world economy.
As corporations evolve, more and more teams become distributed across the world. Still, nothing can replace face-to-face interaction when it comes to mutual understanding and bonding.
Transportation is where each corporate event begins and ends — whether with charter bus rentals for your large corporate event or reliable employee shuttle services for your every day operations, Bus.com offers the professional, innovative, and efficient services to ensure your plans go off without a hitch.
Rent a mini coach, minibus, and even a classic school bus to serve as the charter shuttle to any trade show, convention, or corporate event. Trained and vetted drivers pick up and bring teams anywhere, at any hour.
Montreal’s duality and contrasts blend into one perfectly functioning system. Montreal is full of both “joie de vivre” and business sense, and its business environment is fully bilingual, speaking both French and English.
Strategically located in northeastern North America, Greater Montreal is a transportation hub for air, marine, road, and rail. Companies in the region can easily access markets in over 50 countries and 1.5 billion consumers. Montréal’s innovations lead in life sciences, ICT, gaming, cleantech, and aerospace. Montreal has the highest concentration of high-tech jobs in Canada.
The Palais Des Congrès de Montréal Convention Centre is an ultra-modern, efficient, sustainably operated convention center. Its massive Terrasse du Palais, which is partially enclosed under the environment controlled marquee, offers a unique combination of indoors/outdoors. The Belvédère is an urban open-air setting 6,688 square feet in size. Both are equipped to accommodate even large-scale corporate events.
The Parquet at the Édifice Jacques-Parizeau is an immense glass atrium, which specializes in being energy-efficient, sustainable, and eco-friendly. This venue is perfect for brands with a social mission that want to host an environmentally and socially responsible event.
Hôtel Monville is a 20-story modern building in the city’s business district. It offers flexible, customizable spaces for both large conventions and closed meetings. The St-James Theatre, once home of the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce, is now available for corporate events. Its grand marble and stone interiors fit business negotiations and honorary events.
The Montreal Tower (Montreal Olympic Park) is the star of Montreal’s corporate events. The Tower is topped with an observatory, a cocktail lounge, and the elegant Salon Montreal. The Tower’s crown fits press conferences, launches, and prestigious networking events.
The Conference of Montreal brings together country leaders, international corporations, and social change champions to discuss economic globalization issues, with a particular focus on the relations between the Americas and other continents. Decisions reached here can have a planet-scale economical impact.
C2 Montreal is as unique as Montreal itself. Progressive and inspiring, it is a mix or a convention and a festival. The format was created by the Montreal-based studio Sid Lee and Cirque du Soleil. It is called “the most forward-thinking business event in the world” and was named the best conference in Canada for four years in a row. C2 aims to encompass everything innovative, creative, forward-looking — from AI, design, marketing, and connectivity, to sustainable living and circular business.