Canada 3.0 is your opportunity to celebrate Canadian leadership in digital media, from industry to academia, government to the arts. Learn more about the forum, the schedule, speakers, streams and this year’s student program.
Canada 3.0 is made possible through the generous support of our partners and sponsors. Learn more about the organizations that make Canada 3.0 the country’s premier digital forum.
April 24th to 25th, 2012
Find out details about CDMN Canada 3.0 2013 here.
Read the CDMN Canada 3.0 2012 Report here.
Want to watch video of the keynote presentations from CDMN Canada 3.0 2012? Visit our presentation portal.
On April 24th to 25th, 2012, more than 2,000 delegates – representing industry, government and academia will travel from across Canada and from as far away as Brazil to gather in Stratford, Ontario to attend CDMN’s fourth annual Canada 3.0 Digital Media Forum.
Want to re-experience or see what you missed at Canada 3.0 2011? Visit the Previous Events section.
Consistent with the moonshot goal introduced in 2010, “anyone can do anything online in Canada by 2017,” CDMN’s Canada 3.0 2012 will focus on the progress and benefits of digital media as it enriches communication, facilitates knowledge transfer, drives innovation, and improves productivity across all industry verticals.
In support of this approach, Canada’s premier digital media forum will celebrate Canadian leadership in digital media as evidenced by best practices, lessons learned and grassroots initiatives — showcasing our success in business and technology, arts and heritage, research and academia.
The full two-day event agenda will include:
- An interactive showcase profiling emerging technologies;
- A two-day Road to Banff ™ Venture Forum pitch-off competition where 100 startups will gain valuable feedback on their pitches and three winners are awarded a trip to the Banff Venture Forum;
- Engaging keynotes featuring Canadian industry, government and academic leaders;
- Interactive breakout sessions featuring panels, debates and expert presentations;
- A celebration of Canadian entertainment; and
- Extensive opportunities to network and connect with potential partners and investors.
Need more information about registration? Visit our registration portal.
Here is a breakdown of costs:
Academic : CDN $795.00
Private Industry: CDN $795.00
Government: CDN $795.00
Start Up/Small Business/Not-for-Profit-Trade Show Pod: CDN $250.00
Start Up/Small Business/Not-for-Profit-Non Trade Show: CDN $150.00
Government Organizations: CDN $250.00
One Day Conference Pass – April 24, 2012: CDN $395.00
One Day Conference Pass – April 25, 2012: CDN $395.00
Road To Banff Venture Forum Pitch-off and Conference Attendee – per person (no tradeshow booth): CDN $95.00
Road To Banff Venture Forum Pitch-off and Conference Attendee – up to 3 people (no tradeshow booth): CDN $150.00
Road To Banff Venture Forum Pitch-off, Conference Attendee and Tradeshow Booth – up to 2 people: CDN $250.00
Post-secondary student: CDN $95.00
General Public (Wednesday, April 25 – Showcase Only)
Registration fees shown above do not include HST and Administrative Service Fees. Applicable taxes and fees will be determined when registering online.
The Canadian Digital Media Network is seeking volunteers to help make Canada 3.0 a success. To learn more and sign up, please visit www.canada30.ca/volunteers