Join us on March 7, as Export Development Canada and Royal Bank of Canada walk you through the process of expanding your market beyond Canadian Borders. Discover the pitfalls, barriers and opportunities available to Canadian owned businesses looking to unlock their exports potential to Europe, Asia, Africa and around the globe.
During this session, you will have opportunities to ask questions and engage with businesses who are ready to increase their market share. This is a great opportunity to build international trade into your long term business strategy.
When you attend this session you will understand:
Global Economic Outlook
The Canadian Trade Landscape
Markets of Opportunity
Resources Available to Prepare Canadian Companies for International Markets
How EDC & Banks Partner to Support Canadian Exporters
You should attend this session if you are a Canadian business owner who is interested in growing internationally.
Your Speakers for this Workshop are:
Account Manager, EDC
Matthew Abels is an Account Manager at Export Development Canada (EDC), helping Canadian companies from a variety of sectors expand internationally. EDC is Canada’s export credit agency with the mandate of helping Canadian companies increase their global reach with risk management, financing, and knowledge solutions. Matthew holds a Bachelor of International Business and is a Certified International Trade Professional. Prior to joining EDC, Matthew worked in personal banking at TD Canada Trust.
Account Manager, EDC
Senior Relationship Manager, RBC
Mohamed Zaki is a Senior Relationship Manager at RBC covering a portfolio of commercial clients in the supply chain sector (manufacturers, wholesalers and distributors). He brings a rich background of banking knowledge having 16+ of Corporate & Commercial Banking coverage in various industries and across multiple countries. Mohamed works closely with business owners, with annual revenues of $3M+, to understand their business needs and to make sure they are offered the right banking solutions that are suitable for their business and can support its growth. Mohamed holds a Bachelor of Economics.