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Canadian Business Women in International Trade (2017 Edition)

From Living Off the Land to Feeding the World

Ellen Melcosky has found a big global market for her Little Miss Chief wild-caught smoked salmon by promoting her company as distinctly Indigenous, telling her unique story and enlisting the help of the Canadian Trade Commissioner Service. It’s a recipe that’s bringing her success in countries around the globe.

Celebrating 20 Years of Helping Businesswomen

2017 marks the 20th anniversary of a Canadian Trade Commissioner Service initiative to help women-owned businesses reach global markets. Find out how the Business Women in International Trade (BWIT) program continues to help women secure international contracts.

Shut Ur Pie Hole Bakes its Way into U.S. Market

Passed down through generations, Shut Ur Pie Hole’s unique recipe for pies in jars is becoming a hit in the United States, attracting more than just pie lovers and foodies.

Helping Businesswomen Find Global Footing

For businesswomen wanting to stay one step ahead of the competition, an entire network stands poised to help. Find out how Global Affairs Canada’s Business Women in International Trade (BWIT) program works with the Women’s Enterprise Organizations of Canada (WEOC) to help women-owned companies.

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