On May 25, the Trade Commissioner Service delivered the Cleantech Global Workshop “Doing Business in the Pacific...Posted by Canada’s International Trade - Global Affairs Canada on Monday, June 11, 2018
Cleantech or green infrastructure firms can connect to global opportunities and government support with help from the Canadian Trade Commissioner Service.
What is the Cleantech Global campaign?
It is a series of workshops across Canada being held over the next three years to inform cleantech (clean technology) and green infrastructure firms of government programs and services that can help them capitalize on growing global market opportunities.
Cleantech Global Campaign
These workshops will boost firms’ understanding of when, why and how to access these programs and services by offering:
- presentations from industry representatives who have successfully leveraged government programs and services
- panel presentations with speakers from the Canadian Trade Commissioner Service, other federal, provincial and territorial government departments, and crown corporations
- direct engagement opportunities with government program representatives at the workshops
When is the next workshop?
Future workshops to be announced shortly.
Who should attend the workshops?
Clean tech providers, infrastructure service providers and project developers within the cleantech and green infrastructure sectors are welcome.
Why cleantech and green infrastructure?
As the world seeks to transition to a low-carbon economy, Canadian cleantech and green infrastructure firms are positioned to meet increasing global demand. Ensuring firms here are successful will grow Canadian exports, deliver clean economic growth and create good, well‐paying jobs for Canadians.
Why the Canadian Trade Commissioner Service?
We support Canadian firms internationally through our network of trade commissioners in more than 150 cities worldwide.
As firms face an increasingly competitive and rapidly expanding cleantech and green infrastructure market, we can help them navigate and connect with relevant government supports for international business development.
A deeper understanding of these supports will help firms pursue international business opportunities in a more efficient and strategic way.
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