Let’s Talk Exports: Global Insights with Peter Hall

Are we headed for a global recession? Will trade turmoil send the economy into a worldwide tailspin? Get the answers you need from EDC’s Chief Economist Peter Hall, live.

Winnipeg: Sept. 25

Why attend?

global economic forum

Global Economic Forecast

Hear what Peter Hall has to say about the current state of global trade, and where it’s headed.

networking opportunities

Networking Opportunities

Connect with like-minded business people in your community.

Export Guarantee Program

Actionable Insights

Learn how to turn international goals, into real export opportunities.

 

 

Meet the Experts

      

Peter Hall

Chief Economist, EDC

With over 25 years of economic analysis and forecasting, Peter Hall offers an expert take on the global economy, within our geopolitical environment. His passion is guiding Canadian businesses to sustained global success.

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Let’s Talk Exports is coming
to a city near you.

A one-of-a-kind event for exporters.
Join Peter Hall live.
 

Winnipeg

Sept. 25, 2019
11:30 AM – 2:30 PM



RBC Convention Centre
Early Bird price: $45
Regular price: $55

 

Can’t make the live event?
We’ve got you covered.

We want to see you succeed. Even if you can’t make it to Let’s Talk Exports, you can still explore EDC resources for Canadian businesses. Check out our success stories, informative blogs, videos and more.

 

Colour my world: Nix Sensor, a digital handheld device, makes colour matching easy

Success Story    Additional working capital allows Hamilton-based company to get new product to market faster, gain foothold in Latin America.

London Automotive & Manufacturing Ltd: Tooling Up to be a Strategic Sourcing Partner

Success Story    Loan guarantees from EDC helped this auto parts maker purchase the tooling it needed to fill a massive order from General Motors.

Keeping the world warm: How Wuxly Movement went from Kickstarter campaign to international success

Success Story    Additional working capital from EDC and logistics support from eShipper helped this animal-free parka company reach cold climates beyond Canadian borders.

MTL Cool

Success Story    The company was able to take on contracts — some as large as $8 million — thanks to guarantees from EDC that helped to ease cash flow problems.

“Understand what customers are going through”: Help from EDC took this user experience company to new markets

Success Story    EDC’s Export Guarantee Program helped CubeHX secure working capital.

Maxy Media

Success Story    After rapid expansion, this digital media buying agency leveraged EDC’s Export Guarantee Program to get access to more working capital from its bank.

 

Kraken Robotics Inc.

Success Story    This St. John’s, Nfld., company used EDC’s financing to secure advance payments from customers, allowing it to take on new business and expand into new markets.

Solace Power

Success Story    How EDC’s Connections Program Sparked a Contract with BMW for Solace Power

Piccola Cucina

Success Story    This Winnipeg specialty food company kept exporting after a bad first foray, thanks to EDC’s insurance.

 

Food Trucks International

Success Story    After accessing additional working capital with help from EDC, this food truck company landed a top customer.

Making the Connection with New Customers

Article    Finding new customers is the top challenge faced by most Canadian exporters. To help overcome that hurdle, here are the highlights from our webinar:

Servicing the world with confidence

Article    A service export is defined as any service that’s provided by a resident in one country to people or companies in another. In 2017, for the first time, the proportion of service exporters was greater than goods exporters.

 

3 ingredients to going global

Blog    Being a successful entrepreneur means taking risks. That’s true at every stage of your business, from start-up to making the decision to expand internationally.

Women going global | Q&A with Jennifer Cooke

Article    Few Canadian women entrepreneurs are expanding their businesses internationally. Jennifer Cooke, EDC’s new lead of Women in Trade, tells us how to change that.

3 reasons to protect and grow your export revenue

Blog    Many business owners commonly view the insurance required for their operations as a necessary, but unwelcome expense. Accounts receivable insurance, however, can be an important tool for helping your business succeed and grow when you begin exporting.

 

Canada’s newest trade agreement | CPTPP

Article    Canada’s newest trade agreement, CPTPP, is now in force for six of 11 countries. We offer 11 tips on how best to use it.

Tips for breaking into U.S. markets

Blog    With the dust now settling on the new CUSMA trade agreement, it’s a good time for Canadian exporters to consider breaking into the U.S. market for the first time.

Opportunity awaits Canadian businesses in India

Blog    India is expected to experience strong, sustained economic growth over the medium term. Infrastructure investment is an essential driver of this growth and offers considerable potential for Canadian investors.

3 reasons Latin America should be part of your international business strategy

Article    Most Canadian businesses start their international journey by going south, just over the border to the United States. But if you’re on the lookout for new customers, skilled talent or somewhere to set up business operations, you may want to go a little further beyond the equator to Latin America.

4 tips for expanding into the European market

Blog    Adi Gullia, founder of Canada’s Grace & Stella, offers tips to sell products and services in the EU.

Export Help Hub

Tool    Get answers to your questions about selling internationally – from finding customers and entering new markets to customs requirements and paying taxes.