Export is one of the hot industries of the new millennium. But it’s not new. Think Marco Polo. And as the world becomes more and more technologically advanced, as we shift in subtle and not so subtle ways toward one-world modes of thought, international trade becomes more and more rewarding, both in terms of profit and personal satisfaction.
Join Startup Canada (@Startup_Canada) and UPS Canada (@UPS_SmallBizCA) on Wednesday, May 20, 2015 for a live #StartupChats on Twitter from 12pm – 1pm ET, hosted by Lindsay McPhee (@lindsaymmcphee), to learn the basics of what you need to know to start to claim your global market through beginning to export.
- Sarah Cogliati (@SarahCogliati), Senior Associate, Commercial Markets and Small Business at Export Development Canada (@ExportDevCanada)
- Communitech (@Communitech), helping tech companies start, grow, and succeed
- Lisa Cashmore (@lisacashmore), Manager, Soft-Landing Program at Canadian Digital Media Network (@cdmn)
- Joanne Fedeyko (@jfedeyko), Executive Director at C100 Association (@theC100)
- Emiliano Introcaso, Program Coordinator, National Trade Initiatives | Global Business, Export Success Program at Canadian Manufacturers & Exporters (@CMETrade)
- Howard French, Director of Communications at Embassy of Israel (@IsraelInCanada)
- @CanadaBusiness, Government of Canada services for entrepreneurs