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Success Story Through the EDC Business Connection Program, this water monitoring solutions company gained the attention of a multinational mining giant.
Success Story 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.
Success Story EDC helped finance this company’s equipment, allowing it to grow from two to 1,000 employees in just four years.
Success Story This Dartmouth, N.S., company used two EDC services — the first allowed it to free up operating funds while the second helped facilitate two international acquisitions — one in the U.K. and one in California.
Article This Toronto cleantech company has found its home in an up-and-coming market segment with investments from EDC.
Blog April 20, 2018 EDC’s Chief Representative for Greater China, Chia Wan Liew, helps Canadian businesses sell to China.
Article This Halifax cleantech company is guaranteeing brighter export prospects.
Article This hardware company is building their business with EDC’s Select Credit Insurance.
Article Competing internationally and soaring to success with EDC’s bonding and guarantee solutions.
Article August 18, 2017 Mallorie Brodie, CEO of Bridget, shares her exporting lessons learned, and the biggest difference between selling in Canada and selling abroad.
Article August 17, 2017 Construction software company Bridgit set their sights on the U.S., and today they’re app is used in four key American markets. Read their exporting story.
Article June 20, 2017 Guy Nelson, founder and CEO of Empire Industries, shares what he wished he knew before he started exporting.
Article Robotiq's CEO Samuel Bouchard explains how their robots are helping the manufacturers in 50 countries through automated efficiency.
Article Robotiq's global expansion happened eight years ago, by chance, on a plane. Now the Quebec-based company exports their robots to over 50 countries world wide.
Article March 22, 2017 Canada’s SME exporters can harness the opportunities south of the border by partnering with Canada’s bigger PPP players.
Blog March 15, 2017 U.S. infrastructure spending is set to skyrocket. Canadian companies can take advantage of experience, proximity, P3s and investment to get in the action.
Article March 06, 2017 American infrastructure is crumbling and Canadian SMEs can capitalize.
Article January 24, 2017 The CEO of roller coaster company Martin & Vleminckx discusses how export success came from face-to-face meetings and learning more about different countries.
Article January 23, 2017 Quebec-based Martin & Vleminckx is a world leader in the design, manufacture and installation of wooden roller coasters. Learn about their success in China.
Article January 13, 2017 iPlayco's Scott Forbes discusses the highs and lows of exporting to different markets around the world, and how to mitigate payment risks to remain successful.
Article January 12, 2017 Flexible payment options help iPlayco build export success globally After the 2008 financial crisis caused a $8 million dip in sales, iPlayco got through tough times by continuously adapting. Now the company continues to grow.