Consumer products refer to a broad array of manufactured goods. Common characteristics include: goods purchased primarily for personal, family and/or household purposes. Purchaser is usually an individual who consumes or uses the good in its entirety. While channels of distribution vary, products are typically purchased through traditional consumer retail suppliers (e.g. retail stores, Business to Consumer, electronic commerce distributors, home shopping networks etc.). Finished goods that meet the specific needs of individuals and dozens of industries (subsectors) found in NAICS 31-33 Manufacturing such as apparel, textiles, personal care products and furniture are included in this sector.
Markets offering opportunities in this sector
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Market reports offer key intelligence that lets you take advantage of foreign business opportunities in the highest-demand industrial sectors. They also list important Canadian government contacts.
Hong Kong, SAR
- A Guide Book to E-Commerce in Hong Kong 2017/05/01
- Winter Wear Opportunities in Kazakhstan 2017/04/12
Here are the latest events taking place in Canada and abroad in this sector. We invite you to check back regularly for updates.
|Canadian Business Women in International Trade (BWIT) Trade Mission to the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC) National Conference and Business Fair||June 18-22||Las Vegas||United States of America|
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