Expand Your Markets to Europe

Friday, March 15, 2019

Are you interested in expanding your markets to Europe?  As a government and business official, are you sometimes at a loss to explain and/or understand the European Union?

The Comprehensive Economic Trade Agreement (CETA) between Canada and the European Union (EU) opens a huge market of more than 450M consumers to Canadian businesses and government procurers.

The EU is offering a free one-day training session on how businesses and government can take advantage of CETA in Edmonton, April 16th at the Matrix hotel.

Achim Hurrelmann, a professor and expert on the EU will provide an overview of the EU and its institutions followed by greater detail on the EU single market, new procurement options and other opportunities CETA offers. Christian Siviere a trade expert with great experience in this area, will provide hands-on insight on how to take advantage of those new opportunities.

If you would like to attend this session please RSVP to canadapolicyoutreach@bseurope.com

If you have any questions please email Sally Southey at sally.southey@bseurope.com


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