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P3 2022: The 30th Annual Canadian Council for Public-Private Partnerships (CCPP) Conference

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Date: November 21 to November 22, 2022
Venue: The Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel
Location: Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Target Audience: Professionals from the public and private sectors interested in delivering complex infrastructure projects using the public-private partnerships (P3) model. They include experts in design, construction, finance, operations, maintenance and advisory services.
Sector: Financial and insurance services, Infrastructure, Professional services

Event Description:

The Canadian Council for Public-Private Partnerships’ Annual Conference is recognized as one of the world’s premier public-private partnership (P3) events and brings together hundreds of senior public and private sector participants. The 2022 conference will be held at the Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel, in Toronto, Ontario from November 21 to 22. Participants will learn about infrastructure opportunities in Canada and around the world and participate in live Q & A sessions with panelists and keynote speakers.

Trade Commissioners from the Canadian Trade Commissioner Service (TCS) at Global Affairs Canada will be available during the conference to discuss P3 opportunities in promising markets, including Southeast Asia, Latin America, the Caribbean and the Middle East. Trade Commissioners will be able to connect Canadian participants with key decision makers and contracting authorities from these markets during and after the conference.

Visit the TCS International Café at P3 2022 page to learn more.


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Trade Commissioner Czara Awad, czara.awad@international.gc.ca, specializes in the infrastructure sector and can provide information on this event. Services from the TCS are offered free of charge to Canadian companies and organizations.

The TCS helps Canadian companies navigate the complexities of international markets. With 1,000 Trade Commissioners in offices across Canada and on the ground in more than 160 cities worldwide, the TCS offers market intelligence and an unmatched network of contacts to help Canadian companies succeed abroad.


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