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Recipients applaud program's benefits for Canadian exporters

An initiative that has helped small businesses across Canada expand their horizons by exporting their products and services to new international markets is itself expanding. Past recipients are offering their insights on the program's benefits to their companies.

Partnership helps Canadian businesses get FITT for international trade

The long‑term symbiotic relationship between the Forum for International Trade Training (FITT) and the Canadian Trade Commissioner Service has benefited not only the two organizations but countless Canadian companies and business professionals. Find out how you can also leverage the benefits to compete globally.

Short films showcase the speed of global business

Check out a series of new videos by the Canadian Trade Commissioner Service that explore the impact that Canada’s trade commissioners have on businesses and how your company can take advantage of its unique programs.

Stay connected with the TCS

The Canadian Trade Commissioner Service (TCS) is pleased to announce its new presence on Facebook. Canadian businesses and entrepreneurs can now engage with the TCS global network of trade experts and expand their business contacts. Join TCS on Facebook today.

Entrepreneurs to showcase global ambitions at Canadian Export Challenge

Fredericton, June 11, and Montreal, June 17, 2019 — The Trade Commissioner Service (TCS), in collaboration with Startup Canada, Export Development Canada (EDC) and United Parcel Service (UPS), invites you to apply to the 2019 Global Entrepreneurs Cohort. Participants will meet key players at a one‑day global accelerator event and will have a chance to pitch to win a prize. The Canadian Export Challenge offers entrepreneurs the latest insights, helping them to grow globally. Register today.

Tap into Chicago’s food technologies market

Chicago, Illinois, U.S., September 17, 2019 — The Trade Commissioner Service (TCS) invites Canadian companies developing food technologies to apply for the Appetite for FoodTech Trade Mission and the FoodTech Canadian Technology Accelerator (CTA) Pilot — Six Month Mentoring Program. The mission will give selected companies a chance to pitch their technologies to investors and build their network. The FoodTech CTA Pilot offers the opportunity to work closely with mentors in Chicago and access The Hatchery, an advanced food and beverage incubator. Register today.