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Protecting yourself from 2019’s biggest cybercrime threats.

Back in January, we saw this story about the biggest cybercrime threats in 2019. It contained warnings about phishing, ransomware, ad fraud, ad nauseum. We felt compelled to offer a few suggestions on our blog about managing your own cyber security, and we think it's time to do so again. First, we suggest you never click on an email … Continue reading Protecting yourself from 2019’s biggest cybercrime threats.

A look at the Michigan trade mission participants.

We're just days away from the Michigan trade mission to Canada! Here's a look at some of the companies we'll be joining in Montreal and Toronto. ALTUS, INC. Walker, Michigan-based Altus, Inc. has spent the last 25 years building the best workstation solutions available. Their carts, wall-mounts and accessories are innovative, ergonomic, and durable – … Continue reading A look at the Michigan trade mission participants.

LNG Canada offers opportunities for companies in natural gas and related sectors.

LNG Canada is one of the largest infrastructure projects approved, and will require expertise in the liquefied natural gas, pipeline, and process engineering sectors. The LNG Canada project was approved in late 2018, and includes a 670-kilometre (420 mile) pipeline that would transport natural gas from the Montney gas-producing region (near Dawson Creek, B.C.) to … Continue reading LNG Canada offers opportunities for companies in natural gas and related sectors.

On the schedule: Michigan trade mission to Canada

Another thing we're looking forward to: Michigan's upcoming trade mission to Canada! The mission takes place May 10 to 17, with stops in Montreal, Quebec and Toronto, Ontario. We'll be joining seven Michigan companies from various sectors (including health, communications, and trade brokerage) as they meet with new business partners in the Canadian market. More info … Continue reading On the schedule: Michigan trade mission to Canada

Canada’s trademark law changes coming June 17: what you need to know

Canada's trademark laws are changing this summer, and companies will need to be vigilant. The pending changes include: A first-to-file requirement for trademark registration, meaning that companies will not have first use a trademark before filing, Altering the definition to include descriptors such as 3D shape, scent, taste, texture, and positioning, among others, and A … Continue reading Canada’s trademark law changes coming June 17: what you need to know