How to ensure your company and suppliers are strong, flexible and resilient.
Commodity prices can impact exporting, world trade and your business, but you can stay abreast of prices and other indicators with this at-a-glance report.
Keep track of the international markets that matter to your business. Get the latest financial and macroeconomic information for both developed and emerging markets.
EDC’s Chief Representative of Europe discusses top sector opportunities in the German market.
Will the slow gear stop the car in its tracks?
Certificates of origin (COs) are legal documents that declare the origin of a product. When you export goods to an overseas customer, you must include a CO with your shipment.
Through the EDC Business Connection Program, this water monitoring solutions company gained the attention of a multinational mining giant.
In the global marketplace, the competition is fierce. Our new webinar will show you how to overcome your competition when doing business abroad.
Trade turmoil is spilling into financial markets, adding to current worries
Alexandre Pelletier, CEO of marketing automation consulting company, Perkuto, shares why creating a flexible work environment has been key to his company’s success.
Smart, sustainable business growth starts with establishing a solid export plan.
Two exporters discuss their experience at a LGBTQ2 trade mission to Florida
Is China's ban on U.S. agriculture exports a sign of more to come?
Having a corporate social responsibility (CSR) strategy can strengthen your brand and give you a competitive advantage. Find out how with EDC’s new webinar.
For Canadian exporters, doing business in Germany makes good cents.
Shonezi Noor, chief of staff for Sampler, shares why having a diverse and inclusive, women-led workplace has helped the company’s growth.
You may not know it, but you are a data agency
BDC is the only bank in Canada devoted exclusively to entrepreneurs.
This natural beauty product company turned to EDC to mitigate its risks and access more money when international opportunities arose
In today’s trade wars, are we in for boundless bouts of brinksmanship, or an abrupt breakthrough?
Manitoba home builder shares his insights on how to build an export strategy.
International markets can be fiercely competitive. Find out how to edge out the competition.
After decades of unrest, Colombia emerges as a reformed nation of opportunities for Canadians.
Are we really more worried than ever about economic policy?
11 fun facts about Germany
Despite shrinking confidence in trade, Canadian companies shouldn’t pause their international business ambitions.
EDC’s Portfolio Credit Insurance gave this technology company the confidence it needed to take on a contract—and watch their exporting journey take off in 11 countries.
Several key risks are on a structural uptrend. Is Canada prepared?
Expert advice to develop and execute a strong export plan
SK2 in Manitoba builds more than just custom homes. It builds lasting relationships.
Culture breaks down barriers and is a highly exportable service.
Planet Earth’s love of debt is in full bloom. Should we worry?
With help from its financial institution and EDC, this marketing consulting company has been able to continue its fast-paced growth and take on international contracts.
Canadian trade confidence is at a seven-year low.
Diversification is necessary for business success.
Consumers are ignoring the summer Scrooge, but he’s giving businesses the blues.
Learn how Colombia is progressing and offering opportunities to Canadians.
This is the last in our three-part series, exploring some of the challenges LBGTQ2+ exporters face and how they can mitigate risks when travelling on business. Today, we share tips for travel safety.
Which markets are on our country risk radar as we head into the second half of 2019? Read on to find out more.
EDC’s country risk analyst John Bitzan travels to Singapore, Indonesia and Japan on market research mission
What you need to know about doing business in Argentina.
Canadian exporters are feeling more pessimistic about near-term outlook, according to EDC’s Trade Confidence Index survey
Exporters need to adapt to different cultural situations to succeed internationally.
The best way for women-owned or women-led businesses to grow internationally and increase revenues is by working together.
Flip-flops aren’t the favoured footwear of central bankers
LGBTQ2+ exporter faces international challenges
Singapore is such a vibrant and dynamic country in which to live and work. This wealthy island nation is exceptionally progressive. They have an open and diversified economy that rolls out the welcome mat to business.
We’re warming things up by highlighting some top “summer” exports our beautiful country has to offer the world.
For the average exporter, making sense of the latest tariffs, tweets and plot twists on the global economic stage has become little more than a guessing game.
One of the benefits of trade with Mexico is that Canada has a trade agreement in place. Mexico is also one of the world’s largest economies with 132 million consumers and a growing middle class.
This leading indicator is bucking the current trend. What’s up?
First blog in a three-part series, on the challenges of exporting for LGBTQ2+.
Diversifying beyond the U.S.
Canada’s trade with the world ain’t the space it used to be. Can we adapt?
J-P Brun, president of HockeyShot, highlights the ways his company was able to get their products into the hands of hockey players worldwide.
Accessing EDC’s Export Guarantee Program allowed this hockey-training company to deliver the world’s largest synthetic ice rink in Mexico
Resources to help Canadians understand business etiquette around the world
Is global softening getting to Canada?
For the canola industry, the international market landscape is changing. Export Development Canada is here to help.
Nearly 1,000 exporters share their concerns and expectations for 2019 in our Trade Confidence survey. Benefit from their insight and see if you agree.
EDC has been holding stakeholder panels for 14 years, but this was my inaugural event as President and CEO
What to know about doing business in Colombia
EDC travels across Canada to encourage Canadians to do business in India.
10 reasons to diversify your business
Maybe this will turn the Brexit tide, Maybe not.
Eco-beauty entrepreneur on the rewards, challenges of owning your own business
Singapore is one of the wealthiest countries in Asia and trade is a critical driver to their economy.
Without a doubt, Canadian companies that have chosen to make the effort in the Land of the Rising Sun have been rewarded.
To the Midwest, EDC says, “Mais oui!”
On the heels of EDC opening two American offices, Gregory Trippenbach, EDC’s Regional Vice-President, United States, outlines the opportunities and risks for Canadian businesses exporting to the south.
Accessing EDC Select Credit Insurance provided peace of mind for Joy Yap when her natural beauty company started exporting to the U.S.
Is there method to the madness of today’s trade policy moves?
Canada enjoys a long-standing economic relationship with Australia. Bilateral trade is close to $7 billion, split almost evenly between goods and services.
It’s only been a few short weeks since the Mar. 29 hard Brexit deadline, but it feels like months. Since then, there’s been not one, but two extensions.
Your new neighbours are increasingly defining the economic future. Get to know them!
For Canadian companies expanding internationally, it’s vital to brush up on the culture, customs and etiquette of doing business in their target markets.
An accidental exporter, Neil Schwartz, shares his top five tips for exporting in Australia.
The U.S. economy is experiencing a huge influx of disaffected workers
EDC released its first ever stand-alone Human Rights Policy.
Export Development Canada’s, Chief Representative, Klaus Houben discusses the diverse trade and investment opportunities that exist within Southeast Asia for Canadian companies.
After accessing EDC Portfolio Credit Insurance, the environmental company saw sales grow by 60% and now exports to every continent
Catch-up economies are an increasingly important growth dynamo
You’ve spoken to your banker, perhaps taken a course on export basics and ticked off all the boxes highlighting that you’re ready to take your business to the next level. It’s time to build an export plan.
Why is EDC opening up a representation in Atlanta? Good question.
EDC is growing in the United States by opening an office in Atlanta, Georgia to better serve the southeastern part of the country.
When a Fortune 250 company in the United States acquired our home-grown Canadian company in 2014, we knew we’d made it in the solar energy industry.
If you’re a Canadian company looking to sell internationally, a trade agreement between Canada and your target market can make it easier for you to do business there.
Women are rocking at starting new businesses, but they’re wary of growing outside of Canada. Here’s why that matters to all of us.
Since the solar power company launched in the United States at the beginning of 2018, revenue has almost doubled.
In a world of shifting political, environmental and economic climates, exporters are constantly facing new risks and opportunities. The Global Economic Outlook offers insight on these changes to help you make better trade and investment decisions.
Economy poised for liftoff, with a few bumps along the way
Getting started with exporting isn’t always easy. The good news: Even if you’re just considering taking that first step, you may be further along in the exporting journey than you think.
Canadian agriculture and agri-food producers have a bounty of information resources and support organizations available to help them capitalize on export opportunities.
Today, almost half of all small and medium-sized businesses in Canada are either partially or entirely owned by women.
Teresa Nizzola, EDC’s chief representative in Australia, shares five facts about doing business Down Under.
Today’s global risk environment is not going away anytime soon.
This material handling company started out in a garage, but used EDC’s credit insurance and Business Connection Program to support its international growth and is now worth $35 million.
The dominance of oil and gas in Alberta exports is gripping.
For those of you who recognize that your online efforts might not be as stellar as they should be, you’re not alone. By the time you’ve finished reading this, you’ll know exactly what steps to take.
The growth record of ASEAN economies is reason enough to deepen ties.