We're always looking for concise, up-to-date information that we can offer our clients who want to expand into the Canadian marketplace. So we were excited to find this great guide from Borden Ladner Gervais that answers many of the questions we're regularly asked. Topics in this guide include: Foreign investment regulation, Financing Canadian operations, Litigation, … Continue reading Interested in doing business in Canada? You’ll want to read this.
Were you at last week's Canadian Restaurant & Bar Show? We were. We've mentioned before how trade shows are an important part of any market entry strategy - they offer participants a chance to network and trade knowledge with others in the sector, and discover new products and services that can help their businesses grow. … Continue reading Scenes from the Canadian Restaurant & Bar Show.
If you follow us on Twitter, you'll notice that we post a lot of information about trade shows happening in Canada. We do this to alert our clients who want make inroads into various Canadian markets. Trade shows are a big part of any market entry strategy. The Globe and Mail quoted our own Nancy … Continue reading Exploring a new market sector? Add trade shows to your calendar.
We thoroughly enjoyed this morning's webinar, Doing Business in Canada (with information presented by law firm Green and Spiegel). There are a number of things to consider when visiting Canada for business, such as: The length and nature of the visit, Whether you are entering from a visa-exempt country (i.e. the U.S., U.K., France, Mexico) or … Continue reading Things to consider when doing business in Canada.
On Tuesday, October 8 we'll be co-hosting a webinar with the PA Department of Community & Economic Development and Green and Spiegel, U.S., addressing topics including: Trade events, After sales service & installation, and Short-term contracts and solicited by Canadian customers. Everything you need to know will be discussed here. Email email@example.com to register - and … Continue reading Have questions about coming to Canada for trade events and other business activities? You’ll need this.