SAVE THE DATE: September 12 to14, 2018
Please click HERE for the Call for Speakers.
Deadline for Submissions is January 31st 2018. Please feel free to forward the Call for Speakers to any other individuals or organizations you feel would make a contribution to the Conference
Established in 1989, the Ontario East Municipal Conference (OEMC) has developed into the largest annual regional municipal and economic development conference east of Toronto.
This annual conference brings economic developers and municipal leaders from across eastern Ontario together for three days to share best practices and learn from other experts on topics of interest for economic development in their communities.
Ontario East Economic Development Commission is proud to organize this event.
Please visit the OEMC website for more information and to register for the event.
Testimonials from our attendees:
“The Ontario East Municipal Conference ranks among the most well organized and attended municipal conferences in the entire Province of Ontario. Each year they raise their own bar even higher by providing an excellent group of educational sessions that are top of mind and current for municipal decision makers.”"This keeps the delegates and sponsors coming back each year as they know that their attendance provides excellent value for their respective organizations.”
- Union Gas
“Congratulations to OEMC on its 15thAnniversary. Ontario East Municipal Conference is an event that I never miss. The conference is well attended, the program timely and the hospitality is second to none.”
-Municipal World Inc.
“We keep coming back year after year because we get results! The facilities are arranged to provide maximum exposure to the exhibits during the conference. We are always in the same location year after year so our clients and potential clients know just where to find us. Conference Management look to exhibitors for their input and work hard to make sure the show is successful.”"The conference has the perfect combination of a large number of delegates while maintaining the atmosphere of an informal get-together.”