Practical information

Practical Info: Why read it?

 

General information

  • What is MOS?
  • Who attends MOS?
  • When is MOS?
  • Where is MOS?

 

Participant Portal components

    • News Feed
    • Concierge Extraordinaire
    • News
    • Go to klik
    • My Calendar

 

Your Movin’On Summit journey

  • Date overview
  • How to MOS like a pro

 

MOS Activities

  • Inspiring Talks & Panels
  • Working Sessions
  • MOS Signature Experiences
  • Movin’On Meet’Ups
  • Mobility Experience
    • Test Drives
    • Static Showcasing
    • Micromobility
    • Innovation Hub
    • Startup Village and Startup Challenge

 

Your smart badge and klik

  • Your smart badge, what can it do?
  • How to build your schedule
  • How exchange contact information
  • How to share your opinion

 

Travelling internationally?

  • Visas & other documentation
  • Currency and taxes
  • Converting currency
  • Tipping at restaurants and elsewhere

 

Getting to the event

  • Transportation methods
  • Getting your accreditation aka your badge

 

At the event

  • What should I bring
  • Services offered
    • Concierge Extraordinaire
    • Wi-Fi
    • Translation
    • Food & Drinks
    • Coat-check
    • Cashless

 

Important Information

 

Where to drop off your badge

 

 


 

 

Practical Info: Why read it?

 

A lot will be happening during the event’s two and a half days — best to be prepared!

Practical Info is a section of your Participant Portal that will help you understand:

  • Steps to take before getting to the event
  • The types of activities taking place at the Movin’On Summit
  • How you can optimize your experience
  • How to get to the event
  • What you should bring with you

In case you don’t find the answers to your questions here, the Concierge Extraordinaire team will be more than happy to help. Reach out to them via the homepage of your Participant Portal.

 

Here’s an overview of the key elements that make up the Movin’On Summit Practical Info:

General information

Get familiar with the basic information about the Movin’On Summit.

Participant Portal components

Describes the Participant Portal’s sections and functionalities.

Your Movin’On Summit journey

Explains each step you need to take before getting to the Movin’On Summit, including what to read and when to read it, what upcoming information to look out for and key dates to put in your calendar.

This section also explains how your Concierge Extraordinaire can tailor your experience to your interests and help you get insider information so you can get started without a hitch.

MOS Activities

Learn about the different types of activities offered at the Movin’On Summit and the objectives they each fulfill.

Your smart badge and klik

Register for activities beforehand with klik and unleash the power of your badge to maximize its potential.

International travellers

Make sure you have all the details and links necessary to obtain Visas, change currency and learn about our local customs.

Getting to the event

We have tried and tested it for you. We have prepared a list of modes of transportation and have prioritized them to simplify it as best we can.

At the event

Don’t forget anything! We have a list of items to bring with you and provide information on the services offered at the event.

Important information

This is a final section including some important details to note before coming to the event. Where to drop off your badge offers instructions on how to help our sustainability efforts by returning your badge so we can reuse it.

 

 


 

 

General information

 

What is the Movin’On Summit?

Presented by the Movin’On Sustainable Mobility Fund with C2 as organizing partner, Movin’On is the international summit on sustainable mobility whose objective is to move from ambition to action.

Together we stand at a crossroads with respect to the future of the planet, and there is no denying the need for immediate action.

By making mobility cleaner, safer, more accessible and more efficient, we are working towards sustainability, and by doing so, leveraging the tremendous potential of the mobility ecosystem to improve its effect on climate.

Created and inspired by Michelin, the Movin’On Summit aims to become the reference for sustainability by assembling the greatest number of mobility actors around a shared goal: better mobility with less impact.

But single entities cannot solve the issue on their own. It is crucial that we act collectively in order to achieve maximum results.

 

This year’s theme: Goods transportation and people mobility

  • Combating Global Warming and Air Pollution
  • Improving Multimodal Mobility
  • Ensuring Safe and Accessible Mobility
  • Designing New Global Transport Efficiency
  • Preserving Resources

 

Who attends the Movin’On Summit?

  • 5,000 visionaries hailing from 55 countries
  • 100 speakers and moderators
  • 40 exhibiting startups
  • 150 partners, including universities, governments and research institutes
  • 300 media representatives from 25 countries
  • 100 elected officials or delegates
  • 50 artistic performances

 

When is the Movin’On Summit?

From Wednesday, June 3 to Friday, June 5, 2020.

 

Site opening hours

  • Wednesday, June 3 from 7:00 am to 9:00 pm
  • Thursday, June 4 from 7:00 am to 9:00 pm
  • Friday, June 5 from 7:00 am to 3:00 pm

 

Where is the Movin’On Summit?

The 4th edition of the Movin’On Summit will take place on the campus of McGill University, one of the most prestigious higher education institutions in North America. Bringing these two worlds together makes it possible to delve further into ideation and action by associating students from around the world with the work of industry experts, thus promoting the sharing of challenges related to the mobility of tomorrow.

The site will be accessible on the northeastern side of the Department of Kinesiology and Physical Education building, off of Chemin Olmsted. Click here for a pindrop on Google maps. The closest address to the site entrance is a three minute walk away:

445 Avenue des Pins West, Montreal, QC, H2W 1S4

 


 

 

Participant Portal components

 

These are the tabs and features available on your Participant Portal, giving you convenient access to key event information.

 

News Feed

A convenient reference point for important information and upcoming events or actions to take. Please check in from time to time as new information will appear occasionally.

 

Concierge Extraordinaire

Your Concierge Extraordinaire is able to assist you with your Participant Portal, help you build your schedule according to your objectives and answer any questions you may have about the event or the city of Montreal.

 

News

 A link to a page on our website containing current articles related to this year’s event.

 

Go to klik

Your direct link to the full programming, as well as a place to book activities, consult your contacts and more!

 

My calendar

The place to consult your personal Movin’On Summit planning.

 

 


 

 

Your Movin’On Summit journey

 

Important dates

 

Before the event

  • Immediately: Read the information in this Practical Info page to optimize your experience.
  • As of the end of April: Start building your schedule by bookmarking activities and create Movin’On Meet’Ups topics to share your knowledge with others.
  • As of mid-May: Register for activities and schedule Movin’On Meet’Ups.
  • A few days before the event: The Movin’On Summit is coming up, so get ready by reviewing this Last-minute checklist and planning your commute to the event.
  • If needed: Contact your Concierge Extraordinaire, your go-to for all things event- and city-related.

 

During the event

  • April 3-June 5: Find and ask our Concierge Extraordinaire team anything about the event, klik, the venue or the city of Montreal.
  • June 3-5: Let us know what you think of each activity via klik.
  • June 3-5, on your last day: Leave us your badge — we’ll reuse it.

 

After the event

  • Anytime after the event: Export your list of contacts.
  • Mid-June: Your feedback is important to us; please complete the post-event survey.

 

How to MOS like a pro

Here are all the details you need to help you understand the structure of the Movin’On Summit as well as some tips to optimize your event experience.

 

Optimize your experience by contacting your Concierge Extraordinaire

Not only are the Concierges Extraordinaires equipped to recommend activities relevant to you, help you navigate the platforms, give you insider tips and answer all your questions, they can also recommend restaurants and city sights. Let them lend their expertise in all things event- and city-related.

 

How to reach us

You can reach the Concierge Extraordinaire team via email by accessing the homepage of your Participant Portal. Feel free to schedule a call or send them a message.

 

Before the event

Let them know what you hope to accomplish at the Movin’On Summit so that they can better guide you. Are you looking for a fresh perspective on an industry? Hoping to meet interesting new people to collaborate with? Wanting to get out of your comfort zone and get the creative juices flowing?

Our platforms will allow you to prepare for the Movin’On Summit. They have many features to help you optimize your experience. We recommend scheduling a call with one of our Concierges Extraordinaires so they can walk you through the features and answer any questions you have along the way. They will guide you through:

  • The various features and functionalities of the platforms
  • How to view and filter the event schedule
  • How to bookmark activities
  • How to register for activities
  • How to schedule a meeting with other participants

 

During the event

The Concierge Extraordinaire team will be present throughout the event. Spot them throughout the site wearing their distinctive outfits and be aware that you can always be sure to find them at one of our information kiosks. They are there to offer on-the-spot recommendations, help you navigate the site and answer all of your questions.

 

Pro tip

Early is on time. Our activities are in high demand so be sure to arrive early as we give participants in the Last-minute Lineup a chance if registered participants aren’t there at the start of the activity. We feel the need to mention this as we know how easy it is to talk a few minutes more during an interesting meeting or how the sudden urge for a coffee sometimes manifests itself.

 

After the event

We’d love to hear from you. Let us know about your experience or if you have any remaining questions by contacting us at conciergemos@c2.biz.

 

 


 

 

Movin’On Summit activities

 

First, figure out which activities you’d like to attend and find out where they’re happening. Below is a description of each type of activity including its location.

Pro tip

You’ll be able to register for every activity through klik. Keep your eyes peeled for an email, and on your News Feed in your Participant Portal, announcing that registration is open on klik. Register (very) quickly for your top picks — capacity is limited and venues tend to fill up fast.

 

Inspiring Talks & Panels

Talks are stories pertaining to a larger theme (Goods Transportation And People Mobility) told by innovators from all walks of life, whose mission is to make you see things differently and motivate you to bring about positive change.

Where? In the Forum and the Cabaret.

When? On June 3 and 4, from 9:00 am to 5:30 pm  and on June 5 from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm.

 

Working Sessions

As flagship experiences at Movin’On Summit, working sessions are an invaluable path by which Movin’On creates concrete action towards an inclusive and sustainable mobility. It’s one thing to be inspired by a thought-provoking talk, but nothing beats putting concepts to the test yourself.

Why? Working sessions are a unique learning opportunity for you to explore content more in-depth, participate in the collision of ideas, generate new solutions to take back to your work and life, and create actionable outcomes. This experience is purposely designed to complement your expertise, and to help you emerge re-energized with new tools and insights.

Where? In the Douglas Hall and on the Forbes field.

When? June 3 from 11:00 am to 5:30 pm, June 4 from 9:00 am to 5:30 pm and June 5 from 9:00 am to 12:45 pm.

 

MOS Signature Experiences

MOS signature experiences encourage meaningful interactions, collaborations and foster peer-to-peer learning. For this edition of the Movin’On Summit, each of the three signature immersive experiences offered to participants will focus on one of these three pillars: Learn, Connect and Experience.

Why? To spark new ideas for action through carefully designed collaborative experiences.

Where? Various venues throughout the Plaza and the Atrium.

When? On June 3 from 11:00 am to 5:30 pm, June 4 from 9:00 am to 5:30 pm and June 5 from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm.

 

Movin’On Meet’Ups

Want to make meaningful connections? Enjoy Movin’On Meet’Ups by C2Connect, our new networking platform that makes curated networking easy.

How? The Movin’On Meet’Ups by C2Connect platform uses technology that connects you with people who share your interests.

Once you have created your klik profile, you can connect with others in just four easy steps:

  1. Identify your interests or create a subject of discussion;
  2. Browse the list of people recommended specifically for you;
  3. Request a meetup at a suitable time and location; and
  4. Meet!

Why? To have meaningful exchanges with like-minded individuals.

Where? At an on-site, mutually agreed upon meeting point.

When? During site opening hours, 7:30 am to 9:00 pm June 3 and 4, as well as 7:30 am to 1:00 pm June 5.

Number of meetups: Unlimited.

 

Mobility Experience

 

Test Drives

The Ride & Drive open circuit allows participants to discover and try new models and prototypes on an urban circuit on the streets of Montreal, for a duration of 10 minutes.

  • Who can participate? Participants of the Movin’On Summit holding a valid driver’s license either in English or French. You can book a vehicle on klik or at our registration desk on the site. (Drivers with a license from a territory where any other language besides English or French is the official language must use an international driver’s license.)

 

Static Showcasing

The Ride & Drive Static Showcasing offers exhibitors a space to showcase cutting-edge prototype vehicles that will define tomorrow’s mobility. In several places around the site, you will see the vehicles and their featured technologies on display.

 

Micromobility

The Ride & Drive Micromobility will allow participants to try out electric scooters and bikes at the heart of the event, on a circular track.

  • Who can participate? All Movin’On participants (no driver’s license necessary).

 

Partner’s Innovation Hub

The Mobility Experience introduces participants to a futuristic technological world where the event partners present their concepts of tomorrow’s mobility solutions. Gathered in the Atrium’s Innovation Hub, Movin’On Summit partners will showcase their innovations.

 

Startup Village and Startup Challenge

40 startups will be present at the Movin’On Summit, showcasing their innovative and dynamic mobility solutions. These startups have earned their place at the Movin’On Summit through Michelin’s Startup Challenge.

As part of the Movin’On Summit, the Startup Challenge run by Michelin is offering startups the opportunity to come and exhibit their innovative and dynamic solutions to solve the major challenges of sustainable mobility.

This is a unique opportunity to connect and exchange with a whole community of experts and professionals to move together from ambition to action.

 

 


 

 

Your smart badge and klik

 

Your smart badge

Your badge is the physical form of your pass. Our team will provide you with your badge when you arrive at the Movin’On Summit site. Note that we sometimes refer to badges as accreditation. Your accreditation (or badge) grants you access to the site and all of its activities.

klik is the technology embedded in your badge, providing you with your personal event profile and allowing you to create your own schedule, see all the programming, schedule meetings. It functions as a networking platform to help you swap contact info with other participants.

Starting early May, you will be able to access klik via your Participant Portal, which will be linked to your badge. You will then have access to one or more of the following features:

 

Building your schedule

On klik, you can browse the event programming, bookmark what piques your interest and register for activities. Then, on-site, the badge serves as an access card for every activity you have reserved a spot in.

Note: Bookmarking activities and creating meeting topics happens before activity-registration opens in May. Bookmarking is simply a way to flag activities of interest to you. In May, you will create your schedule by registering your spot in your bookmarked activities and book meetings with participants whose topics interest you most. Sections 1 and 2 (below) explain how to do both steps.

 

1. To access klik and bookmark activities

  •  Click My Schedule. Familiarize yourself with the schedule under the Schedule > Event Schedule tab. Browse all calendars and search by type of objective by adding a filter (e.g., Combating Global Warming and Air Pollution). Note that these filters will remain in effect until you remove them.
  • Bookmark the activities that interest you so that you can easily find them again through My Schedule. This gives you an overview of your tentative schedule so you can start creating meeting topics. Note that you will have to register for the activity at a later date.

 

2. Organize your Movin’On Meet’Ups

Once you’ve added your favourite activities to your Bookmarks, it’s time to start planning your Movin’On Meet’Ups. Movin’On Meet’Ups by C2Connect is our new curated networking platform. It connects you with fellow participants who share your interests, making networking easy. Forget the awkward small talk and dive right into the things you want to discuss.

To use Movin’On Meet’Ups by C2Connect:

1. Download the klik app to your phone.

2. In klik, click the Movin’On Meet’Ups by C2Connect icon.

3. Use the same email address that was used for your event registration.

4. Choose the Movin’On Summit

5. Complete your profile, select your interest tags and accept the Terms & Conditions, (if you agree with them). You have the option of creating up to three areas of interest for discussion.

6. Once your profile is complete, click on the Movin’On Meet’Ups by C2Connect icon or go to the drop-down menu and click Movin’On Meet’Ups by C2Connect.

You can now connect with other participants. Here are the two ways you can do so:

1. Browse the existing subjects of discussion and choose the one that interests you. We recommend that you create at least one interest you’d like to talk about — it does not need to be related to your professional life! Do not hesitate to share your passions, insights and experience as this will allow you to establish meaningful connections with like-minded individuals.

AND/OR

2. You can connect with a person directly searching by name, title, company or interests.

Note

  • If you receive a message first, you must agree to connect with the person before you can send them a message.
  • Book the time slot that suits you best for a 15 minute meeting.
  • Choose from the three discussion locations offered and you will be invited to a specific location according to your choice of activity.

Now your meeting is planned!

On the day of your Movin’On Meet’Ups, you just need to show up at the agreed upon meeting point. Should you have questions or require assistance, C2Connect agents will be onsite to help.

 

3. Register for activities and book meetings

Activity registration will open in May so stay tuned for the exact date.

To register for activities:

  1. Go to My Calendar and register for the activities you’ve already bookmarked by clicking Add to calendar.

You will then see a green checkmark, indicating that your spot in the activity is officially reserved.

Note 1
You can register for as many talks or panels as you’d like, as well as two working sessions and two signature experiences for the duration of the event.

Note 2
You must register for each activity one at a time.

Pro tip
You can always try your luck in the Last-minute Lineup even if you have not pre-registered for an activity. Your chances at getting in are favourable!

 

Swap contact info with a single “klik”

After participating in one of our inspiring talks and/or signature experiences, just “klik” your badge with a fellow participant’s badge to exchange each other’s coordinates.

Pro tip: Exporting your contact list 

Access your klik timeline.

  • For a .vcf file: Go to the Contacts card and click Export contact.
  • For a .xls file: Go to the Networking
  • Under Contacts, click the Export my contacts

 

Take part in the live QA with sli.do

During some of the inspiring Talks & Panels, the host or speakers may open the floor to questions. Participate by connecting to your klik app on your phone.

 

Give real-time feedback

Your feedback is important to us! You can share it via klik. Let us know your thoughts about the flow, content and speakers or facilitators at the activities you participated in, in real-time. We want to know everything!

1. Access your klik timeline.

2. Find the card that corresponds to the session/activity you attended.

3. Open the card and there you will find the link to share your opinion on the session/activity.

 

 


 

 

International travellers

 

Visas and additional documentation

Visa-exempt foreign nationals who fly to or transit through Canada are expected to have an Electronic Travel Authorization (eTA). Exceptions include U.S. citizens and travellers with a valid Canadian Visa. Learn more here.

To find out whether you need a Visa, please visit the Canada Immigration & Citizenship website. Need a Letter of Invitation? Ask us at conciergemos@c2.biz.

 

Currency and taxes

The currency here is the Canadian dollar. A Goods and Services Tax (GST) of 5%, as well as a provincial sales tax (TVQ) of 9.975% are added to goods and services purchased in the province of Quebec.
There is also a 3.5% Tax on Lodging for each accommodation unit rented in an establishment located in the Montréal tourism region.

 

Converting currency

You can convert money at the pricier Pierre Elliott Trudeau Airport currency exchange (not recommended), or at your hotel (even less so), or simply by using your ATM card at any bank, which will charge a small fee (best option). There are also numerous currency exchanges located throughout downtown that offer competitive rates. Please note that the Movin’On Summit is a cashless environment. We only accept credit cards (no debit cards).

 

Tipping at restaurants and elsewhere

Service is not included in your restaurant bill. It’s customary to add a 15% tip to the total before taxes (if you’re with a group, a 15-to-18% gratuity may be automatically added to your bill, depending on the establishment). Taxi drivers, delivery workers and hair stylists are also usually tipped 10% to 15%. Porters and doormen typically receive at least $1 per suitcase or service rendered.

For more information: Please visit Tourisme Montréal.

 


 

 

Getting to the event

 

The 4th edition of the Movin’On Summit will take place on the campus of McGill University, one of the most prestigious higher education institutions in North America. Bringing these two worlds together makes it possible to delve further into ideation and action by associating students from around the world with the work of industry experts, thus promoting the sharing of challenges related to the mobility of tomorrow.

The site will be accessible on the northeastern side of the Department of Kinesiology and Physical Education building, off of Chemin Olmsted. Click here for a pindrop on Google maps. The closest address to the site entrance is a three minute walk away:

445 Avenue des Pins West, Montreal, QC, H2W 1S4

 

Transportation methods

Our new site is located in the heart of downtown Montreal, so you have several low (or no) polluting transport options available to you!

 

Option 1: Public transportation — bus

The transportation company of the city of Montreal (STM) offers several bus routes that stop near the site. Users can purchase a 3-day pass for $19.50 CDN or a one-time pass for $3.25 CDN per trip. If you pay cash, plan for the exact amount since the machine does not give change.

1. STM bus #144, #360

Stop: Ave. des Pins /Ave. du Parc

Walking distance: 120m from accreditation, 2 minutes.

See timetables and stops here

 

2. STM bus #80, #29, #365, #480

Stop: Ave du Parc / Léo-Pariseau

Walking distance: 260m from accreditation. 5 minutes.

See timetables and stops here

 

Option 2: Public transportation — Metro

There are three metro stations located within a reasonable walking distance from the site.

1. Metro McGill

  • Line: Green.
  • Walking distance: 900m. 15 minutes.
  • Bike distance: 6 minutes.

2. Metro Places des Arts

  • Line: Green.
  • Walking distance: 1km. 17 minutes.
  • Bike distance: 8 minutes.

3. Metro Square Victoria

  • Line: Orange.
  • Walking distance: 25 minutes.
  • Bike distance: 11 minutes.

 

Option 3: Car-sharing service

Communauto is a service that allows you to enjoy flexible and floating car rental without rental offices or return stations. Rent a car directly on the street and leave it anywhere in the residential area of ​​your city.

Download the app here.

 

Option 4: Walk from the main hotels

If the weather is mild, we strongly recommend that you travel on foot while discovering downtown Montreal. The distances to be covered are very reasonable.

 

Hotel Taxis Bus Bike Walk
Fairmount Queen Elizabeth 10 min 15 min 2 km 1.5 km – 20 min
Sofitel 12 min 12 min 1.6 km 1.4 km – 15 min
Doubletree by Hilton 11 min 20 min 1.8 km 1.4 km – 15 min
Birks hotel 11 min 28 min 1.8 km 1.4 km – 15 min
Westin Hotel 14 min 28 min 2.6 km 2.2 km – 30 min
Sheraton 9 min 30 min 2.3 km 2.1 km – 28 min

 

Option 5: Bicycle

1. See the city with Fitz & Follwell, who will guide you to the event site while showing you around one of the most beautiful places in downtown Montreal. Departures from Square-Victoria-ICAO metro station every 30 minutes from 7:30 am to 9:30 am. This is free for all participants of the Movin’On Summit, and we will provide you with the bikes. First come, first served.

2. BIXI and shared bikes: This sector is fairly well served in terms of BIXI stations. You will find the existing stations on the 2020 map identified by a bicycle pictogram within the BIXI app. In addition, BIXI now offers a BIXI With Friends program that allows users who agree to move/rent bikes from overcrowded stations to be rewarded, which will help us to manage the offer. If you are staying downtown, this is a great alternative when leaving the site as it is up on the hill. We recommend looking for stands on Avenue du Parc as there is a bike lane on this street.

3. Use your own bike: Bike racks will be available near the site. Don’t forget to bring your padlock!

Please note that there is a steep hill from downtown Montreal to the site location, so this may be a strenuous workout when getting to the site.

 

Option 6: Taxi, Uber or car

Since our site is located in the heart of downtown, the use of the car is not recommended. Urban traffic can be very intense, so we recommend avoiding this rush hour travel method. The local taxi company taxel.co will be available to participants of the event.

 

Getting your accreditation

Your accreditation (aka your badge) is what gives you access to the site. Our accreditation team will be happy to print it for you upon your arrival at the event. Please ensure you have a piece of ID with you.

 

 


 

 

At the event

 

What to bring

Wear comfortable clothes and shoes, as the Movin’On Summit offers a variety of indoor and outdoor activities.

Be careful with the weather — if there is a risk of rain, plan to wear rain gear to continue to navigate within the site.

We recommend that you bring with you:

  • Official government ID (driver’s licence, passport, etc.) to obtain your badge
  • Your driver’s license for Ride & Drive test drives
  • A reusable water bottle
  • A reusable coffee cup
  • An umbrella
  • Headphones (necessary for translation services)
  • Something to take notes on
  • Your phone charger (with your adapter if necessary)
  • Comfortable shoes

 

Services offered

Meet our Concierges Extraordinaires

Our Concierge Extraordinaire team will be glad to welcome and guide you throughout the Summit.
They will always be available to answer your questions, to help you navigate through the different areas of the site and to make sure you get the most out of the event.

Feel free to ask their advice on enjoying the city of Montreal — they are expert locals!

Wi-Fi
Free Wi-Fi will be available throughout the site.

Live Translation
Conferences will be translated from English to French and vice versa via an online streaming service accessible from any mobile device — but only through the event’s Wi-Fi network. You can also access live retransmission. Enjoy talks from the comfort of your own noise-cancelling headphones.

Food and Beverage
The site will have various concessions with diversified menus. Are you vegan? Don’t worry, there will be options to accommodate most dietary choices. Please note, however, that there will be no red meat options as we want to reduce our environmental footprint.

Coat check
A coat check will be available (free of charge, of course) for all participants. It’s our pleasure to mind your suitcases or bags if you are travelling to and from Montreal, however, please note that there are hills and stairs to access the site. If you are staying at a hotel downtown, it may be less strenuous to ask the hotel to mind your bags and to calculate a little extra time before heading out of the city. Most hotels are within close proximity to our site this year.

Cashless
Please note that the Movin’On Summit is a cashless environment. We only accept credit cards (no debit cards).

 

 


 

 

Important information

 

Ready, Set… Go!

Whether it’s your first or fourth edition of the Movin’On Summit, there are a few essentials to keep in mind. Here is what you should know before you head to the event:

  • Don’t forget anything! We made a list of items to bring with you to the event in the section What to bring.
  • We recommend showing up to McGill University Campus at least 45 minutes before the first activity on your klik schedule.
  • Make sure to arrive at any activity’s location 15 minutes before it is scheduled to start. We won’t be able to let you into a session once it has begun.
  • Look up directions and transport options in advance. Refer to the transportation options we have prepared for you to get you started.
  • Remember that the Movin’On Summit is a cash-free environment and does not accept debit cards. Only credit cards will be accepted.
  • Wear comfortable clothes and shoes — there are all kinds of activities both indoors and out. Best to be prepared for anything and everything. Speaking of which…
  • Check the forecast for Montreal. Weather in June here can be very unpredictable.
  • Dress code, you ask? None! You should look and feel your best. But be sure to have a variety of outfits on hand — please note that high heels are not recommended.
  • If possible, avoid bringing luggage and laptops to the event. However, we will have a coat check available free of charge.
  • And finally, get ready to experience something great!

 

 


 

 

Where to drop off your badge

 

Be part of the sustainability movement! The Movin’On Summit will re-use your klik badge and its technology after the event. Before leaving, be sure to give your badge to a member of our green team or simply put it in one of the dedicated klik badge vases provided at the exit of the site!

 

 


 

 

On behalf of the whole Movin’On Summit team, we’re looking forward to seeing you very soon! We can’t wait for you to experience it all!