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CONFERENCE

HIGHLIGHTS

 EXHIBIT HALL

Experience the excitement of a vibrant exhibit hall sponsored by DFIN. There are new products, familiar services and welcoming suppliers. The popular passport system returns again this year as well as an interactive mobile app gamefication. The exhibit hall remains the social hub of the conference hosting refreshment breaks, lunch and the Distinguished Award Reception.

 

Many of the previous exhibitors are returning and new organizations will be joining FEI Canada this year. There are also great sponsorship opportunities available that offers you the chance to get your brand in front the decision makers.

Sponsorship Opportunities

For further information contact Steve Ilkiw, Director, Business Development & Sales at

416-366-3007 x 5108 or

silkiw@feicanada.org

2020 Exhibitors as of March 13, 2020
Complimentary conference registration for new FEI Canada members

FEI CANADA – ROBERT HALF GOLF TOURNAMENT
6:30 AM – 3:30 PM
Wednesday, June 3

They say “Even the worst day becomes the best day on the golf course”. Join your FEI Canada colleagues at the annual FEI Canada/Robert Half Golf Tournament.

 

The Banff Springs Golf Course, a bucket list experience, is where this year’s annual tournament will be held on Wednesday, June 3, 2020. This tournament is the perfect way to kick off the FEI Canada Annual Conference in one of the most beautiful places in Canada.

 

Opened in 1911 as a nine-hole course laid out by Bill Thomson, a Scottish expatriate who apprenticed under Old Tom Morris at St. Andrews, the Banff Springs Golf Course was expanded to an 18-hole course by Donald Ross in 1924. But it was Stanley Thompson, Canada’s most significant and successful golf architect, who created the layout as it plays today. The course demonstrates his appreciation of traditional links golf courses while emphasizing the subtleties of the mountain landscape. Money was no barrier for the Canadian Pacific Railway (CPR) and when unveiled in 1928, the Banff Springs Golf Course was the most expensive ever built. Thompson’s layout incorporated some of Ross’s holes but also included some stunning new ones – none more iconic than Devil’s Cauldron, a short par 3 over a glacial lake nestled below the impossibly steep face of Mount Rundle. Devil’s Cauldron is one of the most famously scenic holes in the world of golf.

Golf Fee:

$315 per person, includes transportation, breakfast, pro shop gift certificate, green fees, golf cart, lunch and prizes

Premium Club rentals:

$70, tax not included

Adidas shoe rental:

$22, tax not included

JOIN US AS A SPONSOR

The perfect opportunity to spend quality time and brand exposure for your organization is to become a sponsor or donor of prizes at the golf tournament. Expose your organization to senior financial executives from Canada’s public and private sectors in an environment that is focused on one-on-one conversations and quality time together. All sponsorship and donations will be acknowledged by signage at the golf course, on a placemat at breakfast and lunch and at the podium.

 

For more information please contact our Golf Tournament Chair:

 

Cliff Truax
cliff_truax@yahoo.com

Sponsorship Opportunities
REGISTER FOR THE CONFERENCE TODAY

JUST OFF THE BEATEN PATH

6:00 PM – 10:00 PM
Thursday, June 4

Minutes from downtown Banff, this 360 degree view of the mountains is immersed in the UNESCO park experience. Huddle around a central bonfire in a roundhouse providing warmth and atmosphere where you can dance the night away. This promises to be an unforgettable evening and a highlight of your visit to the mountains. Leave your business day behind, dress in your comfortable clothes and enjoy an evening of dining, unwinding, laughing, mingling and celebrating our heritage.

 

To purchase additional tickets click here