Tag : Export Expansion

Tips for Developing an Export Marketing Plan

Regardless of whether companies have previous exporting experience or are entering markets for the first time, there are risks involved in exporting. It is crucial for organizations to set clear goals and study the desired market before initiating new export sales growth activities. To help moderate the risks, align exporting

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How to Mitigate the Risk of Export Expansion Projects

For many businesses, entering a new market is a risky, time consuming, costly, and stressful endeavor. While businesses that already export can benefit from previous experience, existing processes, and internal know-how when entering a new market, there are still many risks in export expansion.
Risk is amplified for businesses entering their

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Export Market Access (EMA) Trade Show Grants: Funding FAQs

Export Market Access (EMA) is an Ontario government grant designed to help small and medium-sized businesses reach and expand international markets. The program reduces costs commonly incurred while participating in international trade shows, thereby lowering the risk of export development projects. Companies can submit multiple applications per year, with each

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AgriMarketing Awards Canadian Agriculture Industry’s Ginseng Sector

The Canadian ginseng sector is the largest field-grown horticultural export in North America. To continue market growth within the Canadian agri-food industry and enhance its competitiveness, the Ontario Ginseng Growers’ Association (OGGA) has received federal government funding support by way of export marketing grants.
The Canadian Agricultural Partnership’s AgriMarketing program has

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CanExport Funding: 2018 Program Enhancements

CanExport is a Canadian government funding program that supports export development projects. Through the program, Canadian businesses can reduce the financial burden associated with marketing activities in undeveloped or under-developed markets where growth opportunities exist. Most applicants can reduce eligible project costs by up to 50%; this greatly reduces the

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