Stateline World Trade Association: Presents “Doing Business In Canada”
SLWTA President, Amy Loudenbeck
Canadian Trade Office Director to Present to Exporters
[Beloit, WI / Rockford, IL] – To help regional businesses learn how to initiate or expand their exports to Canada, the Stateline World Trade Association (SLWTA) has partnered with the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater College of Business and Economics to deliver a seminar titled “Doing Business in Canada.”
“At this seminar, companies will learn about emerging opportunities in Canada for U.S. companies involved in mining, oil and gas, water technology, food processing and marine shipping projects,” said Amy Loudenbeck, President of the SLWTA Board of Directors.
Nancy Ward, director of the Canadian Trade Office of the Council of Great Lakes Governors will be participating in the program via web video conference from the State of Wisconsin Trade Office in Toronto, Canada. Ms. Ward will provide an overview of activities in the Canadian market that may present new opportunities as well as recent regulatory changes.
Mark Rhoda-Reis, Market Development Director for the Americas and Europe at the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation, will be present to offer additional insights into the current export market and to answer questions.
The program is set for Thursday, May 31 at 4:00 p.m. at the UW-Whitewater College of Business and Economics at 826 East Starin Road in Whitewater. Cost to attend is $25 for SLWTA members and $35 for non-members and includes dinner at Randy's Restaurant in Whitewater after the seminar. Registration is required at (262) 472-3217.
About SLWTA - Active since 1987, the SLWTA promotes an understanding of the international marketplace. For more information, please visit http://www.slwta.org.