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The value of meeting face to face

Regardless of how many technological options are available to gather information, in person meetings are still the most effective way to engage participants, stimulate conversation, and initiate collaboration.  Only in person can we build trust, gain understanding and share ideas that will not only shape the future of the parking industry, but also our own operations.   If we don’t continue to nurture strong and positive personal relationships between suppliers, clients and colleagues, we won’t build trust, understanding, or a sense of a shared mission – all of which are critical elements to sustaining the parking industry.

At CPA conferences we build successful partnerships, share innovative ideas and examine trends, products and resources.  The trade show is the best place to learn about innovation that is replacing old technologies and practices, and the educational sessions bring insight to specific topics, trends and case studies.

Network with hundreds of people from the Canadian parking and mobility industry under one roof.  CPA conference attendees share a wealth of knowledge and experiences and take time to have some fun over the course of the event.

Join us in Montreal and experience the value of meeting face to face.

delegate rates at a glance

Full pricing details are included on the registration page.


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DELEGATE CANCELLATION POLICY

Cancellations must be in writing and will forfeit $100 per registrant. Substitutions may be permitted under certain circumstances. No refunds on Social Events. NO REFUNDS AFTER SEPTEMBER 1, 2020.


SALES AND SOLICITING

The Canadian Parking Association provides premium opportunities for vendors to meet and conduct business at the only trade event in Canada for the parking industry. It is through the dedicated support of its Supplier and Vendor members that the CPA is able to assemble the Canadian parking market under one roof for this purpose. To that end, the CPA will not tolerate any commercial activities by anyone who has not registered as an Exhibiting company (purchased a booth space). This includes “suit-casing”, distribution of proprietary brochures or business cards, or any other sales activities conducted by unauthorized vendors.