IFAI Canada Expo

To be held March 13 to 14 at the Sheraton Centre Hotel in Toronto, IFAI Canada Expo 2014 is designed to bring you business growth opportunities by combining a variety of educational programs with the latest and best fabrics, equipment, hardware and services.
This year's full registration includes your choice of two different education tracks. Track 1 is the Tent Installation Boot Camp, which includes a variety of educational modules conducted by the Tent Rental Division of IFAI. Track 2 is business and manufacturing focused and includes professional business seminars and training workshops. Both tracks include Friday's Anchoring Clinic.
Business & Manufacturing Education Track:

Thursday, 13 March
    • Taming the Email Beast, Randy Dean
    • Smart Phone Success & Terrific Tablets, Randy Dean
    • Sewing Machine Workshop
Friday, 14 March  
    • Anchoring Clinic, Hilti Corporation
Tent Installation Boot Camp, TRD:
Thursday, 13 March  
    • Anchoring Your Tent Safely
    • Site Survey – TRD Style
    • Basics of Tenting
    • Repair Basics – "Hands On"
    • Protecting Your Investment
Friday, 14 March  
    • Anchoring Clinic, Hilti Corporation

For those working in the canvas and coverings area of the marine industry, IFAI Canada Expo can be a valuable event. To register, click the link:

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