CanadExport

CanadExport

The official magazine of the Canadian Trade Commissioner Service

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Ontario-U.S. Trade Tops the Chart

Ontario exported more to Michigan in 2016 than all of Canada did to China, the United Kingdom, Japan and Mexico combined, reveals data released recently by Statistics Canada. The United States remains Canada’s most important export destination and Ontario dominates with 52.4 percent of all Canadian exports to the U.S. last year originating from the province.

Not Just a Travel Hub: Businesses Flying to Southeast U.S. Are Staying

From North Carolina, South Carolina, and Georgia to Alabama, the Gulf of Mexico and the Mississippi Delta, the Southeastern United States ranks high as a place of business, with an influx of new industries that have reinvigorated and expanded its economic base. Find out why Canadians are stopping in rather than travelling through.

Special Series: Science, Technology and Innovation

Brain Tool Business has Wise Approach to U.S. Market

Two Canadian occupational therapists who have developed a unique tool that assesses and helps maximize brain functioning and cognitive skills are taking steps to bring their technology to global attention. The web and tablet-based tool detects even modest changes in neuro ability and measures their effect on a person's ability to function.

Explore Atlanta’s Cybersecurity Scene

Atlanta, Georgia, U.S.
October 2-6, 2017 —
Atlanta Cyber Week is a multi-faceted event focussing on cutting-edge cybersecurity solutions. This conference is an ideal platform for Canadian businesses to explore opportunities and partnerships with cybersecurity companies and with the city’s large population of Fortune 1000 corporations. The Canadian Trade Commissioner Service (TCS) will organize business-to-business meetings for Canadian participants. Register today.

Get Great Play at Gamescom in Germany

Cologne, Germany
August 22-26, 2017 — The Canadian Trade Commissioner Service (TCS) will have a pavilion at Gamescom 2017, a trade fair for the gaming industry. The pavilion will feature Canada’s vibrant gaming industry and leading-edge capabilities. The TCS will be on-the-ground to assist Canadian companies with matchmaking services for business-to-business meetings and key insight into local opportunities. Register today.

Dive In to Singapore’s Water Utilities Market

Singapore
July 17‑18, 2017 —
The Canadian Trade Commissioner Service (TCS) is organizing a trade mission for Canadian water industry companies to Singapore International Water Week Spotlight 2017. This is a “by invitation only” event for water utilities companies from around the world. Canadian delegates companies will meet with local companies and governmental agencies and learn about business opportunities in Singapore. Register today.