The Toolbox: What’s it for?


Portal components

  • Checklist
  • Event Info
  • Toolbox
  • News
  • Event Schedule
  • My Calendar
  • News Feed
  • Concierge Extraordinaire


From now ‘til then: Your Movin’On Summit journey

  • Before the event
  • During the event
  • After the event


How to Navigate the Movin’On Summit

  • Optimize your experience: Contacting your Concierge Extraordinaire
  • How to navigate the Movin’On Summit site and activities
  • Inspiring Talks & Panels
  • Working sessions
  • Labs
  • Braindate: Learning through connection


Your smart badge and klik: Creating schedules and more

  • Scheduling
  • Pro tip: Exporting your contact list
  • Give real-time feedback


Get your accreditation before the event


Getting to the Movin’On Summit

  • Travel methods


Don’t forget anything!


Where to drop off your badge


The Toolbox: What’s it for?

A lot will be happening during the event’s two and a half days — best be prepared! The Toolbox is a section of your 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 personal 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, your Concierge Extraordinaire will be more than happy to help. Reach out to her/him via your portal.

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

Portal components: Describes the portal’s sections and functionalities.

From now ‘til then: Your Movin’On Summit journey: Explains each step you need to take before getting to C2 Montréal, including what to read and when to read it, what upcoming information to look out for and key dates to set in your calendar.

How to navigate the Movin’On Summit: Learn how your Concierge Extraordinaire can tailor your experience to your interests, and get insider information so you can get started without a hitch. Skip queues, reserve your spot for activities before hand with klik and unleash the power of your badge to maximize its efficacy. Learn about the site, our cashless environment, food and beverages, braindates and much more!

Get your accreditation before the event: How to jump the queue and pick up your badge before the event.  

Getting to the Movin’On Summit: Details including directions and modes of transportation to the event.  

The final sections Don’t forget anything! and Where to drop off your badge include a checklist of items you should be sure to bring with you to the event, and instructions on how to help our sustainability efforts by returning your badge so we can reuse it.




Portal components

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


Items you’ll need to complete before getting to the event. When one’s done simply check it off!

Event Info

Information on logistics related to the event such as transportation options, locations, etc.


A one-stop-shop to help you get ready for your Movin’On Summit experience.


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

Event Schedule

Your direct link to the full programming, as well as a place to book activities.

My Calendar

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

News Feed

A convenient reference point for important information and upcoming events or actions to take.

Concierge Extraordinaire

Your Concierge is able to assist you with your 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.




From now ‘til then: Your Movin’On Summit journey

Here’s a to-do list to help you understand need-to-know information between now and the event launch:


Before the event


During the event


After the event




How to Navigate the Movin’On Summit

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


Optimize your experience: 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, but they can also help you plan your stay, recommend restaurants and take in city sights. Let them lend their expertise in all things event- and city-related.


So how does it work?


How to reach us:

You can contact your Concierge Extraordinaire through your participant portal homepage at any time. Otherwise, you can always send the team an email at


Before the event:

Starting in April, your Concierge Extraordinaire will reach out via email to personalize your experience. You can schedule a call or continue to communicate with them through messaging.

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

Our platforms are built to be user-friendly, however, our Concierges Extraordinaires have received extensive training to learn to navigate and optimize their roles. We recommend scheduling a call with them so they can walk you through them and answer any questions you have along the way.

Whether or not you are from Montreal, our team can help recommend places and activities around the city. At the Movin’On Summit, we pride ourselves on staying up to date with all the new hotspots around the city, not to mention we have a former Clefs d’Or leading our team. Let us help you plan your next coffee date, business lunch, or evening out.


During the event:

The Concierge Extraordinaire team will present throughout the event. Spot them throughout the site due to their distinctive outfits but know that you can always be sure to find them at one of our two information kiosks. We 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 folks in the “Last-minute Lineup” a chance if reserved spots 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 braindate 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


How to navigate the Movin’On Summit site and activities


First, figure out what 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 (Solutions for multimodal ecosystems) 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? Every day, from 9 am to 5:30 pm.

Quota: Choose two per day, plus the opening talk on the first day.


Working sessions


Working sessions allow participants to dive deeper into the content through innovative ideation methods. They invite you to think, learn and do.

Quota: Two over the three days.

Where? Studios A, B, C, D and E — all located next to the Forum.

When? June 4 from 11 am to 5 pm, June 5 from 8:45 am to 5 pm and June 6 from 8:45 am to noon.



Labs are unique learning experiences taking place in atypical environments designed to throw participants off-guard and create the ideal conditions for new thought patterns to emerge. In these experimental ideation spaces, participants are encouraged to get out of their comfort zones to fully experience thought-provoking activities.

Why? To brainstorm and learn while outside of your comfort zone.

Where? Various venues throughout the Hangar, the Atrium and the Hall.

When? June 4 from 10:30 am to 6:30 pm, June 5 from 8 am to 6 pm and June 6 from 8 am to 12:30 pm.

Quota: Two over the three days.


Braindate: Learning through connection

 Braindates are about sharing knowledge and learning from others at the Movin’On Summit. Post braindate topics about the knowledge that you can offer, and send invitations to others so you can learn from their experiences. You’ll book these meaningful conversations in advance through klik, and they’ll take place in-person either one-on-one (30 minutes), or in small groups (45 minutes). Be bold: share braindate topics related to both your passions and your quest to meet others who share these interests.
To know more, watch this video:

Why? To tap into the knowledge of the other participants, and share your own. Make meaningful connections with passionate people.

Where? A few minutes before your braindate, check in at the Braindate Lounge, located in the Hangar.

When? June 4 from 10:30 am to 6 pm, June 5 from 8 am to 6 pm and June 6 from 8 am to 1 pm.

Quota: Unlimited.




Your smart badge and klik: Creating schedules and more

Your badge is the physical form of your pass. If you haven’t obtained your badge before the event (see section: Get your accreditation before the event), you will be able to pick it up at the Movin’On Summit site. When you first arrive, our staff will provide you with the badge assigned to your name. FYI: We sometimes refer to badges as accreditation. Your accreditation (or badge, remember?) 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, allowing you to create your own schedule, see all the programming, schedule braindates and acts 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:




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 braindate topics happens before activity-reservation opens in May. Bookmarking is simply a way to flag activities of interest to you. In May, you will create your schedule by reserving your spot in your bookmarked activities and booking the braindate topics that interest you most. Sections 1 and 2 (below) explain how to do both steps.


1. Bookmark activities and create braindate topics


Once klik is integrated to your participant profile, you should start bookmarking activities so that you can reserve them later when activity-reservation opens. For activities that are at full capacity, bookmarking it will allow you to see it on your schedule so that you can attempt the “Last-minute Lineup” onsite.
Pro tip: It’s usually worthwhile to take this chance even when the activity appears full on klik.

Once you’ve bookmarked your activities, it’s time to create at least one braindate topic. Braindates help you meet and share knowledge with other interesting participants. Forget the awkward ice-breakers and small talk and dive right into a topic that interests you. Create braindates to meet one-on-one or as a group.

To access klik and bookmark activities:

1. Click My Schedule. Familiarize yourself with the schedule under the Event Schedule tab. Browse all calendars, search by type of activity and even add a filter (e.g., Theme: Decarbonization and air quality). Note that these filters will continue to apply until you remove them.

2. 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 braindate topics.

To create a braindate topic

1. Once on klik, you can click on the conversation bubbles to get an overview of the topics that already exist in the braindate market.

2. Click Go to Braindate.

3. Once on Braindate, click + to create a topic and select one of two options:

Create a topic title
Write a description
Add some tags
Post your topic
Interested participants will send you three possible time slots to meet (30 minutes)
Accept one: now you can chat with one another
Decline: with or without a message
Create a topic title
Write a description
Add some tags
Pick a 45 minute time slot of your choice
Interested participants will join your braindate. Maximum capacity of 5
Once people have joined, you can begin to chat

To bookmark a braindate:

1. Once you’ve created your braindate topic(s), go to the market to see the list of topics other participants have created. Note: You can filter by one-on-one or group braindate, as well as by tag or keyword.

2. If you see a topic that interests you but have yet to build your schedule, click the star to save the topic for later.

3. Once you’re ready, access your list of favourite topics to send invitations (or join a group braindate) to the participants whose topics interest you.


2. Reserve activities and braindates


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

To reserve activities:

  1. Click My Schedule on klik and reserve the activities you’ve already bookmarked.
  2. Go to My Calendar and select a bookmarked activity to convert a bookmarked activity to a reserved activity.

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

Note 1: You can reserve two talks or panels per day, as well as two working sessions and two labs for the duration of the event. The opening talk is open to everyone — no need to reserve. Simply bookmark it and you will be reminded before it starts.

Note 2: Even if you respect the quotas described above, you won’t be able to reserve your spot for more than one activity at a time.

Pro tip: You can always try your luck in the “Last-minute Lineup” if you can’t decide on just one.

To schedule a braindate:

Click the topic that interests you
Click I’d like to meet
Propose three time slots that fit with both your schedules
Send your invitation, and wait for the other participant to accept
Meet in-person at the Braindate Lounge.
Click on the topic that interests you
Join the Group Braindate (if it’s not full)
Meet in-person at the Braindate Lounge.

*The smart badge and its online platform are developed by PixMob. The cashless technology is provided by Connect&GO.


Swap contact info with a single “klik”


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

Pro tip: Exporting your contact list

1. Access your klik timeline.

A. For a .vcf file: Go to the Contacts card and click Export contact

B. For a .xls file: Go to the Networking tab

C. Under Contacts, and click the Export my contacts


Pay with your badge


Want to treat a new friend to a delicious lunch on the Plaza? Just scan your badge and be on your way! To do so, link your credit card with your Movin’On Summit klik account through the secure portal, et voilà! Receipts will be sent directly to your inbox.


Live QA


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 do so via klik. Let us know your thoughts about the flow, content and speakers or facilitators at the activities you participated in, in real-time.




Get your accreditation before the event

We highly recommend picking up your accreditation before the event starts to ensure you don’t waste valuable time waiting in line on your first day. To jump the queue, here is an off-site location where you can pick up your badge in advance:

*355 Rue Ste-Catherine O., 5th Floor*

  • Thursday June 30, Friday 31, and Monday June 3 (closed during the weekend), between 10:00 am and 6 pm

Pro tip: When should you arrive? And Why should you arrive early? Your best bet is to arrive at your activity’s welcome area 30-45 minutes beforehand. This ensures that all registered participants are accounted for and can be seated prior to the start of the activity. If you’re not registered but still want to try to get in, it’s extra important that you show up early.

Note: We will not admit any latecomers once an activity is underway.




Getting to the Movin’On Summit

The 2019 Movin’On Summit will take place at Grandé Studios, 1852-1870 Rue le Ber, Montréal, Quebec H3K 2A4.

This modern industrial space, with its enormous 54-foot cathedral ceilings and massive square footage, allows you to really stretch out and explore the events and activities, giving you a uniquely innovative and collaborative experience. Grandé Studios’ unique cinematic ambiance evokes the big stage — a place where you can act out your vision for tomorrow’s creative business solutions.


Travel methods

There are many low- and zero-carbon modes of transportation to get to C2 Montréal.


Option # 1: Take a shuttle

Shuttling your way to and from Grandé Studios is an easy and dependable mode of transport. Shuttles will be leaving from Berri-UQAM metro (intersection of Ste-Catherine + St-Hubert) and Square-Victoria-OACI metro (Exit B, intersection of St-Jacques + Dollars) every 30 minutes between 6 am and 9:30 am, June 4-6. Shuttles will go back to Berri-UQAM and Square-Victoria-OACI metro starting at 3:30 pm until 8 pm everyday, except Thursday, when the service will end around 3 pm. This service is available to all Movin’On Summit participants.

For guests staying at a partner hotel, there will be a shuttle leaving the hotel to get to the venue everyday of the event, from 6:45 am to 9:45 am every 15 minutes.


Option #2: Take public transportation

A: From Charlevoix metro (subway) station, take the Movin’On Shuttle to Grandé Studios. The Movin’On shuttle will be running from 6 am until 8 pm every 30 minutes, except on the final day, until approximately 3 pm.

B: From Charlevoix metro station take the STM (Societé de Transport de Montréal) bus 57 and get off at stop Le Ber/Congrégation. It’s a six minute ride.

C: From Charlevoix metro station take the STM bus 71 and get off at Sainte-Madeleine/Le Ber. It’s a six minute ride.

D: Grandé Studios is a 25 minute walk from the Charlevoix metro station on the green line.

The fare for riding a bus or the métro is $3.25. Note that buses don’t provide change — be sure to have the exact amount. Hot tip: The best option here is to buy a pre-paid pass fit for your needs. They’re available in every metro station in the city. Visit the STM schedule and itinerary planner for times and directions or download the Transit app to access real-time schedule info.


Option #3: Opt for a car-sharing service

Communauto is a convenient and affordable way to get to and from Grandé Studios.

Not a Communauto member yet? Download the Communauto app and subscribe to Auto-Mobile, their basic subscription, for free. Visit their website for more info on their rates.


Option #4: Use valet parking

Parking in the vicinity of Grandé Studios (1852-1870 rue Le Ber) can be challenging. Show up at the event and ask for the valet service. The cost is $35.


Option #5: Ride a Bike

A. Ride greener with Fitz & Follwell, who will take you to Grandé Studios through of some of the nicest neighbourhoods in Montréal. Departures from Square-Victoria-OACI metro every 30 minutes from 7:30 am to 9:30 am. Complimentary for all Movin’On Summit participants; first come, first served.

B. Bring your own bike: There will be bike racks at your disposal. Don’t forget your lock!


Option #6 Carpooling

For the 3rd consecutive year, OuiHop’ will offer its carpooling service to the Movin’On Summit!

This year, we are offering participants free car returns from the Movin’On site to the city centre (Square Victoria, via Griffintown), between 3 and 5pm on June 4, 5 and 6.

Are you interested, are you not motorized and do you want to leave Movin’On at the end of the day?

Well, let yourself be driven! OuiHop’ is here! All you have to do is go to the meeting place located on rue Sainte-Madeleine, in the area dedicated to the various sustainable transport modes (see surrounding area).

We advise you to book your carpool just before leaving the Movin’On Summit. To do this, you must download the OuiHop’ Application and then view the available routes. Click HERE if you are interested in a trip, send the driver a real-time carpool request and proceed to the indicated meeting point.

We wish you an excellent 2019 Movin’On Summit and a good journey with OuiHop’.


Don’t forget anything!

Ready, Set… Go!

Whether it’s your first or third 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 Grandé Studios this week:

  • Doors open at 7 am, and the general program kicks off at 8:30 am.
  • We recommend showing up to Grandé Studios at least 45 minutes before the first activity on your klik schedule:
    • Although you can pick up your badge before the event, expect hundreds of participants looking to get their badges at the same time.
    • Expect an airport-style security check every time you enter the site.
  • Make sure to arrive at any activity’s venue 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.
  • Remember that the Movin’On Summit is a cashless (and debit-less) environment. Instead, pay with your badge (head to the Cashless tab on klik).
  • Pack comfy clothes — 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.
  • Things you should pack: An umbrella, earbuds, your phone charger, a reusable water bottle and a reusable coffee mug.
  • Dress code, you ask? None! You should look and feel your best, whatever that may be. But be sure to have a variety of outfits on hand — you never know who you may meet or where you’ll end up.
  • If possible, avoid bringing luggage and laptops to the event.
  • 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 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 various points around 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!