When the next generation meets professionals
As a next generation youth, this is a unique experience that combines creative training with one-on-one discussions with decision makers and business people. This is your chance to assert your opinion and share your ideas on the best practices for a brighter future.
This spring, Meet the future is a unique opportunity offered by Factry to add your voice to C2 Montreal, without filter, to challenge the decision makers who will come from all over the world. With them, you’ll discuss creativity, cities of the future, the next great advances for humanity, emerging talents so, in short, your future.
How can I participate?
The casting call for Meet the future 2019 will be launched soon. Make sur to follow us on Facebook and Instagram to get the news first!
What is the selection criteria?
We are looking for people that are 18-25 years old and are curious, daring and conscious of the world around them. A certain priority will be given to students who come from programs focused on creativity or innovation. You will also have to submit a short video, presenting yourself. It’s on this video that the final selection of candidates will be based.
1 training day
Half-day to 3 full days of meetings with professionals (depending on group size)
Free for youth
1111 Saint-Antoine St West, Montréal QC, H3C 1B3, Canada
30 selected participants
Meet The Future in action
Who is this for?
Meet The Future is aimed at youth who are students or just entering the job market. Candidates must be:
- passionate, curious and bold
- critical thinkers
- socially conscious with a global perspective
- between 18 and 25 years’ old
Why should I register?
This experience encourages:
- creative discussions
- creative perspectives
- connection with professionals in a number of fields
- connection with a network of enlightened students of all backgrounds
- discussions about social and business issues
Marie AmiotPresident and Chief Executive Officer, Factry
Hélène GodinChief Creative Officer, Factry
Cath LaporteDesign artist
Martin OuelletteFormer President, Common. Creative Strategist
Laurence Bayard-ArthurGuide to agents of change, Factry