The official magazine of the Canadian Trade Commissioner Service

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Lessons from the greatest supply chain disaster in Canadian history

When Target Corporation announced in February that it lost $1 billion in Canada last year, many industry-watchers saw it coming. The retailer's failed launch in Canada is a textbook case for companies looking to successfully move into any new market.

Webinars from December 4 to 15, 2014:
Business opportunities in South Korea

Canadian companies looking to access the South Korean market may wish to register for six upcoming free webinars focused on agriculture & agri-food products, fish & seafood, alcoholic beverages, ICT, consumer products, aerospace, defence & security, sustainable technologies, forestry & building materials. Canadian trade commissioners in South Korea will present inside information on these key sectors. Register today.

Opportunity to sell to the Caribbean market

San Jose and Tegucigalpa, February 16-20, 2015 — Canadian companies in the food and beverage industries are invited to participate in an agri-food trade mission to Costa Rica and Honduras. The Canadian Trade Commissioner Service will provide support with logistics, briefing sessions, introductions to potential buyers and site visits.

How to succeed in today's international markets

Mississauga, November 28, 2014 and
Halifax, December 5, 2014 —
Go Global: Supporting Export Success is a unique workshop organized by Government of Canada export support agencies and will provide Canadian companies with the information and trade tools needed to realize their full export potential. Register today: Mississauga, Halifax.