Partners of KEI Centre and participants of its programs come from a wide spectrum of private sector and government organizations.
Cooperation and support of Canadian Government organizations, such as International Trade Canada, Canadian Embassies, Industry Canada and others is an important part of developing and conducting successful and informative international programs, events and projects.
Depending on the industry partners of KEI Centre can be different organizations. For example, the professional development program on government regulation in telecommunications was organized in cooperation with the Canadian Radio-Television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC), a special program on security in gas industry – in cooperation with National Energy Board, a professional development program in financial management – partly with Revenue Canada and others.
Programs devoted to transportation, road construction and repairing, business development, environment and energy and many others have been developed and conducted in cooperation with Provincial Government organizations:
• Ontario Ministry of Transportation
• Ontario Ministry of Economic Development and Trade
• Quebec Ministry of Economic Development
• Ministry of Municipal Affairs Ontario
• Ontario Ministry of Environment and Energy and others.
A series of programs were organized in cooperation with Municipal Government organizations such as Toronto City Hall, Ottawa City Hall, Ville de Montreal, Toronto District Heating Corporation, Toronto Hydro Corporation and others.
Partners of KEI Centre for different programs include Canadian associations, corporations and companies: Canadian Housing and Mortgage Corporation, National Research Council, Canadian Centre for Housing Technology, Building Industry and Land Development Association, Canadian Gas Association, Bell Canada, Nortel Networks, Alcatel Canada, TransCanada Pipelines, Enbridge Consumer Gas and others.
Partners of KEI Centre in education and professional development programs are universities, business schools and other educational institutions: University of Toronto, University of Quebec in Montreal, MacGill University, Seneca College, Geotrain, and others.
Partners and participants of different programs from Eastern Europe, Russia and Eurasia have been: Moscow Government and municipal enterprises, such as Mosgas, Moscow Heat and Energy, Moscow Sewage System; Kazakhstan Telecom, Rostelecom, Moscow Telecommunication Networks; Gazprom, Russian Gas Supply Association and many gas supply and distribution companies; Russian Northwest Construction Company, energy, food, transportation and other corporations and companies from different regions.
Events organized by KEI Centre help to establish contacts, promote new products and technologies and lead to development of business and trade.