The official magazine of the Canadian Trade Commissioner Service
The journey begins with a great idea. Find out how making the right business decision is crucial for bringing that idea to the world.
An ocean separates Newfoundland and Labrador from Iceland, but it also joins them. When it comes to the harvest, sale and consumption of seafood, these regions have much in common, from fish species such as cod, mackerel and herring to similar marketing techniques and consumer tastes.
Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.
June 5‑6, 2017 — Canadian companies in the retail and food service industries are invited to promote their products at Taste of Canada Showcase 2017. The agri‑food forum is organized by the Canadian Trade Commissioner Service, in partnership with Alberta Agriculture and Forestry, and with other provinces. Canadian suppliers will have an opportunity to meet one‑on‑one with pre‑screened United States importers, buyers and distributors. Register today.
June 19‑25, 2017 — There will be a Canadian pavilion at the International Paris Air Show, an international aviation and aerospace exhibition featuring the latest technological innovations. The Canadian Trade Commissioner Service is organizing various activities to support Canadian companies at the show, including business‑to‑business meetings, an Export Café, a networking event and a seminar. Register today.
November 13‑16, 2017 — The Canadian Trade Commissioner Service (TCS) will be at MEDICA, an international trade fair for the medical industry. This event will feature an array of latest technologies and innovations for patient care, workshops, presentations and courses for further education in healthcare. Canadian companies will also have an opportunity to attend COMPAMED, an international market place for the medical supplier sector and product development. Register today.
Las Vegas, Nevada, U.S.
June 18-22, 2017 — Join the Canadian Trade Commissioner Service (TCS)’s Business women in International Trade (BWIT) group on a trade mission to the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC) National Conference and Business Fair. Women-owned businesses will have opportunities to showcase their companies and connect with the world’s corporations, including multinationals and government buyers. The TCS will be on the ground to help Canadian businesswomen access opportunities. Register today.
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