Returning to Toronto for the sixth year is the annual Canadian Wireless Trade Show, which promises to show off some new tech innovations coming into the market.
Similar to previous years, the event is free and will take place at the Toronto Congress Centre on October 26th and 27th. The event is set to focus on innovation, wearables, IoT, wireless, drones, accessories, and cloud technology.
“A recent report from the Canadian Wireless Telecommunications Association indicates there are 29,600,304 wireless subscribers in Canada, so we’re a very connected society relying on wireless for communications and commerce. That’s why the Canadian Wireless Trade Show presents such a major opportunity to stay ahead of the curve,” said Jay Gawri, director of exhibitions and marketing for the Canadian Wireless Trade Show.
Headlining the keynote is Tony Lacavera, founder and chairman at Globalive Holdings, who will discuss his time spent building Wind Mobile and the evolution of the Canadian wireless market.
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