Editor’s Note: Before looking into the distance, oftentimes it’s best to look at opportunities that are within reach. Canada has been one of the largest target location for U.S. exports, and it will continue to be in the years to come. Many groups, including the U.S. Commercial Group, also carry additional resources for parties interested in doing business with our neighbor country.
Exporting To Canada – Where Do We Begin?
Presented by: Catherine Walsh, legal counsel at Woods, LaFortune LLP, in Ottawa, Ontario
In the On Demand Seminar, “Exporting to Canada – Where do we Begin?,” Catherine Walsh, legal counsel at Woods, LaFortune LLP, identifies opportunities and key trends for U.S. companies hoping to break into the Canadian market. The 23-minute seminar, produced by GlobalAutoIndustry.com and GlobalBusinessProfessor.com, highlights the U.S. and Canada’s bilateral economic relationship, the largest in the world, with more than $700 billion in goods and services traded annually.
Over the last decade, U.S. exports to Canada have increased by 80 percent. Walsh identifies 10 growth industries and provides details on how to begin exporting to Canada. Her presentation focuses on the following topics: The Canadian market; building an export plan and marketing strategy; entering the Canadian market – preparing to be an exporter/importer; regulatory considerations and protecting your IP. Many free sources of information are identified to assist companies in preparing to export to Canada.
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Walsh specializes in business, investment and international trade at Woods, LaFortune LLP, in Ottawa, Ontario. She has a law degree and an Master of Business Administration, and deep experience in international business, trade and investment law. Walsh has co-authored several published articles on the topic of international investment and trade relations and has presented related materials to large groups of domestic and foreign investors. Woods, LaFortune LLP is a boutique law firm that focuses on international business, trade and investment law.