ID Connections

Whet your appetite at the Restaurants Canada Show

Published by Ignite Admin, February 22, 2016.

For the first time, IDC has partnered with Restaurants Canada to increase the visibility of our association at the Restaurants Canada Show, Canada’s hospitality trade show for foodservice businesses.


If you’re looking to connect with top foodservice companies to find new growth opportunities for your firm, then this event is for you! Walk the show floor with over 12,000 restaurant owners who source the latest products, technology and design.


Attend the show in Toronto from February 28 to March 1 to check out restaurants, bars, caterers, institutions, suppliers and more. Register today and save $20 before February 27.


By attending a trade show related to the interior design industry, you can claim one non-IDCEC hour using activity code 510. Plus, attend educational sessions to claim more non-IDCEC hours using activity code 100. For the non-IDCEC activity chart, click here.

On March 1, IDC will be hosting an inspiring keynote presentation and informative seminar that you won’t want to miss.

  • At 11 a.m. join Maxime Bocken, Creative Brand Director of Studio Munge as he discusses how design influences the dining experience. 
  • Then at 12:30 p.m. Urszula Tokarska of SRP Architects will deliver a seminar on Restaurant Ambience through Lighting. She’ll share the practical and technical art of lighting, including where to source, how to minimize cost and how to make a statement.
  • Other sessions of interest include Sustainability 101: The 2016 Guide on February 28 at 2:45 p.m. and a screening of Fast Casual Nation on February 29 at 3:20 p.m. See the full schedule, here.

IDC staff will be in attendance during the show to advocate on behalf of great hospitality design at this exciting annual event. Be sure to stop by the IDC lounge #1529 to say hello!

National Industry Partners
Upper Canada Forest Products Shaw Contract keilhauer Lutron Hunter Doulgas Midgley
Mohawk Group Benjamin Moore Architex Cosentino Caesarstone Canada Knoll