Registration

Early Bird Regular On-Site Registration

FULL DIALOGUE PASS

Access to all dialogues, breakfasts, lunches, refreshment breaks and a ticket to the Gala.

$875 $1,025 $1,025

STUDENT PASS

Student must provide proof of full-time enrollment in a post-secondary institution to receive student rates. This registration includes access to all dialogues, breakfasts, lunch and refreshment breaks.

$375 $375

GALA DINNER ONLY

Single purchase ticket to the Gala.

$500 $500
*Note: Prices are in Canadian dollars and exclude applicable taxes.

GROUP DISCOUNTS – when booking 5 or more in one order and from the same company – receive 5% off the total price before taxes!!
To benefit from this offer, contact info@eventenroute.com

Registration Terms and Conditions

Processing of Registrations

Upon your online registration, you will receive immediate confirmation of your registration as soon as your payment is processed. Payments by credit card are processed through Event Enroute – as such your credit card statement will reflect a charge from Event Enroute Inc.

Substitutions

If you are unable to attend the Cultural Dialogue after registering, you may send someone in your place.

Email your replacement name to info@eventenroute.com before July 31, 2015. Only one substitution per registration is allowed. Substitution must be from the same organization.

Cancellation Policy

Cancellation can be made through your confirmation email and must be received before July 15, 2015. The refund amount is your paid registration less 25% administration fee. No exceptions will be made. No refunds will be granted for no-shows.

Who Should Attend
On-site Registration
Dress Code
Privacy Protection

Who Should Attend

  • C-suite leaders and executive management
  • Senior and middle managers
  • Business owners
  • Entrepreneurs
  • Canadian corporations or organizations aiming to conduct business in China
  • Chinese corporations or organizations aiming to conduct business in Canada
  • Anyone who wants to learn and understand Chinese business culture
  • Anyone who wants to learn and understand Canadian business culture

4 Reasons Why You Should Attend the 4th Canada-China Cultural Dialogue

  1. The best 48-hour investment in your career and professional development

    We spend so much time going to work and running our businesses that we often let our own professional development suffer. Yet professional development is critical for you to get ahead in your career.

    The 4th Canada-China Cultural Dialogue is two days out of 365 where you can concentrate on improving your most valuable asset: You.

    With senior-level leaders, cultural figures and political heads from two countries mingling at this annual conference, you cannot find a more exclusive and influential group from which to build or grow your business network.

    And if you are looking to expand your knowledge on timely, topical issues that impact both countries, no other forum can give you as much insight as these two days at the 4th Canada-China Cultural Dialogue.

  2. Extraordinary presenters from Canada and China

    Our speakers and presenters are distinguished, senior leaders in business, government and cultural affairs from two of the world’s most powerful countries. They were handpicked for their expertise, credentials and fame in their respective industries and specialties. We take pride in the quality of our speakers and the reputation we’ve built over the years for featuring only the best.

  3. Genuine learning

    Soak up knowledge at this event through multiple platforms and experiences. There will be much to learn through different vehicles including presentations, panel discussions, keynote speeches and more. Add to it the continuous information exchange you will experience in a room full of like-minded and curious delegates, and you’ll realize that the 4th Canada-China Cultural Dialogue is an extraordinary school that broadens your perspective like no other.

  4. Build your brand among senior decision-makers and leaders

    Looking to make a name for yourself or your business? Seeking potential business partners across the globe?

    The 4th Canada-China Cultural Dialogue is the marketplace to start your journey. Most, if not all the delegates, are senior-level decision-makers in trade, government and the arts from Canada and China. For two days, they will be under one roof, at this event, a worthy audience for you to promote your brand and message.

    Ensure that your brand building efforts extract the most value by choosing the right platform and the right time. Attend the 4th Canada-China Cultural Dialogue where your target audience is waiting to hear from you.

On-site Registration

Pre-registration online is available until midnight of July 31, 2015. After that, registration is only available onsite. Space is limited.

Delegates may collect their badges and registration materials at the Registration Desk located at the Toronto Ballroom, Hilton Toronto. Materials may not be picked up by another person. Please show your confirmation email upon registration.

Badges

Your Dialogue badge must be worn for admittance to all dialogues, keynote speaker luncheon and non-ticketed events.

Early Bird Deadline

To take advantage of the early bird discount, registration and payment must be processed on or before June 30, 2015.

Dress Code

Cultural Dialogue sessions: Dress code is business casual.

For the Gala Dinner on Wednesday August 5: Dress code is semi-formal.

Privacy Protection

The organizers of this cultural dialogue, Can4Culture and CCEGA, recognize the important of privacy and the sensitivity of personal information. This privacy policy outlines how we use your personal
information and safeguard your privacy.

What personal information do we collect?

Personal information is any information that identifies you, or by which your identity could be conducted.

We collect personal information directly from you when you register for the 4th Canada-China Cultural Dialogue and will collect further personal information if you participate in the Cultural Dialogue evaluation surveys.

Consent

By registering, you are consenting to

        1. the collection and use of your personal information for the purposes of registering and attending the 4th Canada-China Cultural Dialogue including related administrative requirements, as well as for receiving additional information including news about the Canada-China Cultural Dialogues.
        2. the publication of your name and corporate affiliation online and in the printed program distributed at the 4th Canada-China Cultural Dialogue.
        3. the distribution of your electronic contact data to the 4th Canada-China Cultural Dialogue sponsors. If you do not wish to consent to the publication of your contact data as described in paragraphs ii and iii above, you must check the Privacy Policy field included on the registration form or, if missed during registration, advise Event Enroute immediately in writing. Please note that until the written request has been received and processed by Event Enroute, your information may be included in promotional material and/or published in print or online. Email request to info@eventenroute.com.

Other than distribution for legitimate purposes as referenced in this section, the 4th Canada-China Cultural Dialogue does not disclose your personal information to third parties.

On-site Photography

A Cultural Dialogue photographer will be onsite at the 4th Canada-China Cultural Dialogue, and may take poses or candid shots of presenters, delegates and throughout the event. These images may be posted on the 4th Canada-China Cultural Dialogue website, Can4Culture website, CCEGA website and Event Enroute website. By registering for the 4th Canada-China Cultural Dialogue, you are consenting to the use of photographs which become the property of Can4Culture and CCEGA for use in the organizations’ collateral.

Securing Personal Information

The 4th Canada-China Cultural Dialogue will take all reasonable precautions to ensure that your personal information is kept safe from loss, unauthorized access, or disclosure, whether collected directly by the Cultural Dialogue administration or by third parties for evaluation purposes.