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Climate Finance Bootcamp

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Date: October 1 to November 30, 2022
Venue: Virtual
Location: Multiple locations
Target Audience: Canadian project developers focused on solutions to help developing countries mitigate or adapt to climate change through a variety of innovative ways, but who need to find the right financing package to help grow their businesses.
Sector: Agriculture and processed foods, Clean technologies, Forestry and wood products, Infrastructure, Mining, Professional services, Transportation

Event Description:

Climate finance presents growing international business opportunities for Canadian firms across a variety of sectors, such as professional services, clean technologies, infrastructure, agriculture, mining and transportation. By taking on a variety of project roles, Canadian firms can enter developing and emerging markets with the support of climate finance. Although funding opportunities for climate-related projects are numerous, accessing them isn’t straightforward.

The purpose of this boot camp, run by an experienced trade commissioner, is to help Canadian companies pitch their projects to multilateral development banks and other sources of international financing necessary to succeed in developing countries. Join experienced Alinea International as they provide you with training, insights and tips on how to succeed in harnessing the opportunities afforded by climate finance to grow your firm abroad while helping the world tackle the climate crisis. 

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The Trade Commissioner, Rachel Soares, rachel.soares@international.gc.ca, specializes in the finding sources of climate finance for companies interested in doing business in Africa, Latin America and the Caribbean, South and Southeast Asia, and Eastern Europe. She can provide information on this and other local events that you are considering, as well as advice on business development in the region. Services from the Canadian Trade Commissioner Service are offered free of charge to Canadian companies and organizations.


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