March 7-8, 2018 | Metro Toronto Convention Centre

Group All Access

$425 (Super Early Bird Price ends December 21) REGISTER

Regular Price: $549

Access to:

  • 30+ Sessions
  • 50+ Speakers
  • 2 Days of Networking
  • 100+ Exhibitors
  • All Show Floor Experiences & Labs
  • Tech Talk Stage
  • Networking Cafe
  • Dx3 Happy Hour
  • and more!

*Priority access to:

  • Day 1 Opening Keynote
  • Day 2 Opening Keynote

All Access
Pass

$425 (Super Early Bird Price ends December 21) REGISTER

Regular Price: $549

Access to:

  • 30+ Sessions
  • 50+ Speakers
  • 2 Days of Networking
  • 100+ Exhibitors
  • All Show Floor Experiences & Labs
  • Tech Talk Stage
  • Networking Cafe
  • Dx3 Happy Hour
  • and more!

Priority Access to:

  • Day 1 Opening Keynote
  • Day 2 Opening Keynote

Show Floor Pass

FREE (Free until Feb 7, 2018 - $40 value) REGISTER

Regular Price: $40

Access to:

  • 2 Days of Networking
  • 100+ Exhibitors
  • All Show Floor Experiences & Labs
  • Tech Talk Stage
  • Networking Cafe
  • Dx3 Happy Hour
  • Day 1 Opening Keynote
  • Day 2 Opening Keynote
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Dx3 is Canada’s largest conference for marketers. Through interactive installations and provocative content, Dx3 is your one-stop-shop for taking advantage of everything digital marketing has to offer.

DX3 BY THE NUMBERS

3800+

Attendees

60+

Speakers

100+

Exhibitors

WATCH A RECAP OF DX3 2017

WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING

"Dx3 was the Canadian debut of our flagship technology, Pepper the Robot. From the national TV coverage that we received to the amazing brands we met through the Retail Collective on the Dx3 Show Floor, Dx3 exceeded our expectations as a top level retail conference."

Stephen Carlin
Softbank Robotics

"I cannot speak more highly of the professional, passionate and personal approach Dx3 provides with their events in Toronto and across Canada. The service provided by the team is outstanding, not only to their attendees, but to their exhibitors, media, and corporate partners such as PayPal. We continue to participate strongly due to the tremendous service provided by Dx3 and the high caliber of attendees and partners their events attract."

Alex Peh
PayPal

"There was a great cross-section of digital marketers on the show floor. We were able to speak to people at a fairly consistent pace throughout the two days and we found people were there to learn, so they were attentive to a bit of salesmanship. We will be back next year!"

Steve Falk
Prime Data

"There’s a lot of conferences that talk about innovations, or talk about what’s happening in the space, but they don’t show it. That’s what I’ve always loved about Dx3, is that it’s applied innovations."

Matt Di Paola
SID LEE

PRESS HIGHLIGHTS

strategy  |  During the Dx3 conference earlier this year, Toyota created a simulated showroom and invited 92 participants to explore it while wearing eye-tracking glasses from research firm Tobii Pro Insight.

BNN  |  Many tech companies have been quick to adopt virtual reality as the natural evolution of games. But these games can be educational as well. And Jeremy Friedberg, co-founder and partner of Spongelab Interactive, has made it his mission to show game-based learning really works.

ITBusiness  |  Disruption, as always, was on the menu at Toronto’s annual Dx3 conference on Thursday. A session on food retailing featured Loblaw, McDonald's Canada and Ritual, a Toronto startup whose customers can pre-order and pre-pay for meals and drinks at participating eateries online or via a mobile app.

Financial Post  |  Some of the country’s largest retailers have opened so-called “innovation labs” in recent years to test new technologies, develop products and forecast trends. In so doing, companies such as Lululemon, Sears Canada and Canadian Tire are trying to figure out how increasingly technology-enabled customers want to shop, and the future-focused business units are often viewed by executives as a response to the frequently touted retail maxim “innovate or die.”

Retail Insider  |  Dx3 launched the Innovation Challenge after identifying the trend towards online retailers opening brick-and-mortar stores (such as Warby Parker, Frank + Oak and Indochino).

BetaKit  |  Dx3 connected over 4,000 people for its annual technology, digital marketing, and retail conference. Over two days, the conference connected people through panels, speeches, and a jam-packed show floor with the goal of finding intersections between varying industries.

Yahoo Finance  |  Dx3 Canada is recruiting Canadian start-ups for its inaugural Retail Innovation Challenge. Launched in partnership with a slate of major retail industry players, the competition aims to find the best new companies working to improve the retail merchant and retail technology sectors.