Before Hallow’s Eve, There is the Canadian Wireless Trade Show

Everyone is strolling through pumpkin patches and combing through cloths at fabric stores as they prepare for another Hallowe’en.

But let’s not forget that before Hallow’s Eve there is another event worth talking about: the annual Canadian Wireless Trade Show.

Slated for October 29 and 30 in Toronto, this year’s CWTS promises to deliver another plethora of networking opportunities, employee education, and product discovery, as well as insights into global trends.

For 2014, speakers include social media butterfly Amber Mac, Sachin Mahajan of Telus Mobility, and Nikhil Rattan of Best Buy Canada, as well as Samsung Canada’s Paul Brannen and Derek Colfer of Visa.

Time is flying by this autumn but this Thanksgiving let’s be thankful that there is still time to register.

This September will see the Canadian Wireless Trade Show land in the Toronto Congress Centre.

Founded in 2011, the Canadian Wireless Trade Show is Canada’s leading source for networking events in the mobile and wireless industry.

This year, the theme seems to be free: attendees will enjoy free registration, free parking, and free meeting room space. And they won’t be short on things to do, with more than 60,000 square feet of exhibitor space filled with booths from companies like Alpha Technologies, Beats by Dr. Dre, iQmetrix, and Wireless One.

Speakers at the CWTS this year include Paul Brannen of Samsung Canada, who will talk about the bring-your-own-device trend, and  Derek Colfer of Visa Canada, who will highlight current developments globally in mobile payments as well as local opportunities within Canada. Other speakers include Richard Trinder from Google and Christopher Krywulak, the chief executive officer of iQMetrix.

Learn more about the CWTS or register online here.