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TAP - Canada's Trade Accelerator Program: Agri, Food & Beverage Cohort

Tuesday, September 29, 2020 9:00am EST VIRTUAL PROGRAM SIG 201 Views

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This September the World Trade Centre Toronto will be hosting their award-winning Trade Accelerator Program (TAP) virtually and focused entirely on the Agri, Food and Beverage sector. The Trade Accelerator Program is an innovative program designed to help small to medium-sized enterprises accelerate growth by expanding internationally!

The export process can be daunting, costly, and time-consuming. In as little as 7 virtual sessions, participating companies will establish key contacts and access targeted expertise and strategic planning tools, needed to successfully launch into new markets, as well as grow in markets you are already in. By the end of the program you will be walking away with a complete Strategic Export Business Plan carefully vetted by our industry leading partners and sponsors. 

Our network of program partners include Export Development Canada (EDC), Business Development Bank of Canada (BDC), Royal Bank of Canada (RBC), Global Affairs Canada (Trade Commissioner Service) and many more covering all angles of your export journey from financial tools, tax, logistics to international marketing and sales.

TAP’s resounding success is evident in these stats. For more details about the program, check out their brochure.

Eligible companies need to generate more than $500 000 in annual revenue, be operating for at least 2 years and have a strong value proposition. Some flexibility is permitted.

In light of COVID19, businesses are being forced to think differently in order to survive and compete. Mitigate your risks through market diversification! Join our Agri, Food and Beverage Cohort starting September 29th by registering at the TAP website here: https://wtctoronto.com/tap/. Thanks to the generous support of our sponsors TAP is able to provide the program at a reduced cost of $495.

For details on the program agenda or any additional questions you may have. Please contact Monika Duddy at mduddy@bot.com.

All the best as always!

Bren

Bren de Leeuw, Vice President – Community Partnerships & Stakeholder Relations
Excellence In Manufacturing Consortium – bdeleeuw@emccanada.org - 519-372-6009

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