With tightening environmental regulations and intense business competition, innovation is key to succeeding in today’s aerospace industry. From Dec. 2-4, 2013, industry leaders from around the world will convene in Montreal to explore the latest strategies and technology at Aero Montréal’s 4th annual Aerospace Innovation Forum.
The event will include conferences and workshops focusing on a variety of industry subsectors, seminars on financing and training, B2B meetings, a technology tradeshow, and industrial visits programs.
A delegation of U.S. companies, researchers and government officials will be attending. For more information on this event and opportunities to participate, contact one of the following members of the Quebec Government Office in Chicago’s Economic Affairs team:
Catherine Tadros – (312) 645-0395 Ext. 59713
Charles Orlowek – (312) 645-0395 Ext. 59720
Two Quebec institutions, Aero Montreal and CRIAQ (Consortium for Research & Innovation in Aerospace in Quebec) are the organizers of the forum. Aero Montreal , Quebec’s aerospace cluster, is a strategic think tank created in 2006 that groups all the major decision makers in Quebec’s aerospace sector, including companies, educational and research institutions, associations and unions. The CRIAQ is a non-profit organization established in 2002 with the financial support of the Quebec government. Its mission is to increase the competitiveness of the aerospace industry, and enhance the collective knowledge base in aerospace through improved education and training of students.