Small Business Workshop: CME Managing Risks in a Growth Environment 2013

Business meetingCanadian Manufacturers and Exporters (CME) and Export Development Canada (EDC) are putting on a complimentary workshop for Canadian companies currently selling their goods or services outside of Canada as well as companies interested in developing or improving their international business.

Small Business Workshop Presentations Date and Time

Date:  Thursday, November 7, 2013.

Time: 8:30-11:00am

Venue: Hilton Toronto/Markham Suites Conference Centre, 8500 Warden Avenue, Markham, Ontario 

Cost:  Free

Register: Laura Lauzon (

Canadian Manufacturers and Exporters (CME) and Export Development Canada (EDC) Presentations Summary

EDC’s Daniel Primeau, Vice President, Program & Customer Support

Daniel’s presentation will educate business owners on the 6 basic principles of credit management.  Whether your business is already doing business outside Canada and looking to expand, or you are thinking about entering new markets, this presentation will help you to learn how to better grow and protect international sales while freeing up cash flow.

1)       Growth – Leaving your comfort zone

  • The need for growth: threat – being left on the sidelines
  • Key Sectors – growth patterns:  in  South America, Asia, Africa

2)     Risks – Eyes wide open

  • Moving beyond relationship sales
  • Credit management – back to basics “ the 6 steps of credit management”

3)     Who can help??

Learn More about Free Small Business Grants & Loans Workshops and Other Resources

Mentor Works offers numerous free Canadian small business grants and loans workshops every month.   Visit our Canadian Business Grants and Loans Workshop Page to Learn More about Upcoming Events.   If you are not sure whether you qualify for small business grants and loans, please Download our Government Funding for Small Business Checklist.


    1. Greetings Allan,
      Sorry to hear that you missed this opportunity. This workshop took place this morning (November 7th), it came to us a little late, but we posted it on October 29th. In order to avoid missing future events I would suggest signing up for our weekly e newsletter and/ or follow us on LinkedIn or Twitter in order to stay on top of future workshops.

      You can also visit/ bookmark our event page:

      Hope you have a nice conclusion to your week and a pleasant weekend.

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