FITC Toronto 2011

The Design & Technology Festival

2 4 May 2011

77 speakers

Coverage of FITC Toronto 2011

79 sessions

Day 1 Monday 2nd May 2011

Day 2 Tuesday 3rd May 2011

32 sessions presented by 77 speakers

Day 3 Wednesday 4th May 2011

The Guvernment

Canada Canada / Toronto

132 Queens Quay East, M5A 3Y5

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