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July 25, 2016

Qwebec Expo Officially Releases Its 2016 Schedule

MONTREAL, Can.—Michael Plant announces the official schedule for the upcoming 13th annual Qwebec Expo adult industry tradeshow. Celebrating more than a decade of creating business opportunities and entertainment for the adult industry, this year's Qwebec Expo starts on August 4 and runs through August 7 in a brand new venue, the Hotel Bonaventure in Montreal. Qwebec Expo is a trade show that features a blend of industry decision makers in a technology-focused conference that aims to serve existing business owners and prospective new start-ups equally well. Festivities start on Wednesday night with an informal "Early-Owl Gathering" for the locals and those who are early in town for either Thursday's Qwebec Masters Golf Tournament or the Need For Speed YNOT Karting Grand Prix, presented by Juicy Ads. Already registered attendees will be able to pick up their badges Thursday 3 to 5 p.m. at the Badge Pick-Up, leading to the first of three networking cocktail get-togethers hosted by 2much.net. Thursday goes on with the popular NDPD (No-Dinner-Plans-Dinner) at Le Local at 740 Williams Street and the official kick-off party Starlights presented by Too Much Media at the same location, which is walking distance from the hotel. Friday begins with registrations, the first round of new keynotes format, the QTalks, sponsored by Adult Force, and an open show floor until 5 p.m., following which will be the popular and unique Qwebec Expo Speed Networking 2.0 Session 1 presented by Gamma Entertainment. Then, eight more QTalks keynotes are scheduled until the show closes for the day, whereupon attendees can then relax at the 2nd 2Much.net's Networking Cocktail Gathering, before heading up to Weinstein & Gavinos on Crescent for the NDPD Friday (No-Dinner-Plans-Dinner). The evening will finish with the Friday Night Higher Party presented by Affil4You at the  Electric Avenue, on Crescent. On Saturday morning, attendees can get down to serious business by taking part in the Nats Inside & Out seminar and workshop presented by corporate sponsors Too Much Media at 10 a.m., followed by a Legal Q&A with Corey Silverstein in Ballroom at 11 a.m., followed by two Saturday Social (Network) Time keynotes including the 'Why Does Facebook Un-Like Adult?' with Steve Lightspeed from 2HOT4FB at 12 noon, followed by #Density with Lauren McEwen from 7Veils at 12:15 p.m. Opening at 10 a.m., the exhibit hall gives attendees the opportunity to shake hands and network with  exhibitors, collect swag and make new connections at the Meet-Market which has been moved to 3 p.m. for this year's edition. At 1:30 p.m., attendees are invited to join Speed Networking 2.0 Session 2 (a second session has now been added due to popular demand) where they can cement those new connections into deals. At 6 p.m., 2Much.net will sponsor the 3rd Networking Cocktail Gathering, leading to the Saturday NDPD at new location Alpenhaus Restaurant on 1279 St-Marc (St-Catherine). Later, Gamma Entertainment and The Dating Network will help burn those extra calories off during Glorious, a fun games night in Montreal Forum Games Center, which features approximately 100 popular interactive video games, air hockey tables and pinball machines, and much more. Drink tickets and play cards will be sponsored by Gamma Entertainment and The Dating Network. Nothing official is scheduled yet for Sunday, which makes it easy for attendees of other countries to have the freedom to fly back home and be ready on Monday morning. More details will be unveiled later on the official site schedule. For additional information on exhibiting, sponsoring, or attending the show, contact Michael Plant at admin@qwebec.com or phone 418-570-7070. His ICQ is 139036653 and his Skype is michaelqwebec.

 
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