The official magazine of the Canadian Trade Commissioner Service
Canadian companies looking to do business in China need to get their intellectual property rights in place. CanadExport offers seven tips that can help you get it done right.
Secondary markets in China are good places for Canadian companies to find opportunity. Cities with populations of 10 million and more offer dynamic economies, improving infrastructure and rising consumer demand. CanadaExport helps take the fears out of tapping into China’s tiers.
A report by The Demand Institute titled No More Tiers: Navigating the Future of Consumer Demand across China’s Cities analyzes key factors in China’s 286 major urban centres. It categorizes the cities into 11 groups based on 200 variables.
Czech Republic, Hungary and Croatia
November 11-16, 2016 — The Canadian Trade Commissioner Service invites Canadian ICT companies to participate in a business mission to Central Europe. Participants will have an opportunity to meet one-on-one with interested local companies and attend presentations by experts on the ICT landscape in these markets. Register today.
November 13-15, 2016 — Montreal International Game Summit (MIGS) 2016 is one of the largest conferences in the world for the games industry. The Canadian Trade Commissioner Service will organize a program including B2B meetings and seminars, provide on-the-ground assistance to Canadian companies, as well as provide international business development advice. Register today.
November 14-15, 2016 — Canadian companies are invited to take part in the Canadian Council for Public-Private Partnerships (P3) National Conference. Trade Commissioners, as well as representatives from Export Development Canada and the Canadian Commercial Corporation, will be at the event to discuss P3 opportunities in various markets, including the U.S., the U.K., Mexico, South America and Poland. Register today.
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