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.
We've just come off the Canada Day long weekend - and our American counterparts are getting ready for their own celebrations. We here at Grow Trade Consulting wish our American clients and friends a very safe and happy Fourth of July! View our disclaimer.
As governments at a national, provincial and municipal level recognize the growing need for adapting infrastructure to combat the effects of climate change, monies will be spent on both basic infrastructure projects and adopting new green technologies. Climate change and extreme weather events threaten existing infrastructure across the country, impacting its effectiveness, lifespan, cost, maintenance, … Continue reading Climate change adaptation: mitigating floods and other weather disasters.
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