Show Me The Money: International Trade Seminar
Friday, February 19
Friday, February 19
Looking to export your product or need more export financing information?
Attend this two hour event to hear about organizations that finance exports or insure exports.
What you'll learn
- Different ways to finance export- Ways to manage the risk of moving money across borders- Who provides financing to businesses for exporting and what business types they serve
Sameena Qureshi, Trade Commissioners, Global Affairs Canada
Have you heard about the CanExport program launched by the Government of Canada on January 5th? Come learn about this new program that will provide up to $50 million over five years in matching contributions of between $10,000 and $100,000 toward SME export development costs.
Peter Webster, Manager, Major Accounts, Business Development Bank of Canada
Peter Webster will present about various types of short term, medium term and long term financing options that are available to exporters.
Business Development Bank of Canada administers the Xpansion Loan for companies to expand their market domestically or abroad. BDC has programs to help companies prepare for export success.
Anani Klutse, Account Manager, Export Development Canada
Anani Klutse is an account manager at EDC (Export Development Canada) and helps businesses to go, grow and succeed internationally. Export Development Canada provides international trade finance and risk mitigation solutions to exporters.
Anani Klutse will talk about what business businesses need to know once they are ready to export. Anani will discuss commercial risk, country risk, foreign exchange risk, payment methods and terms. As well as a discussion on the different types of insurance products to manage those risks.
Anani Klutse has a Bachelor degree in Mathematics and an MBA in Quantitative Finance from University of Paris 12. Anani has previously worked as an Investment Consultant at TD Canada Trust and a Risk analyst at BNP Paribas Bank in France.
11:00 am – 11:15 am: Registration and grab lunch
11:15 am – 12:00 pm: Presentations by Global Affairs Canada, Business Development Bank of Canada and Export Development Canada.
12:00 pm – 12:30 pm: Interactive Q & A panel discussion exploring specific program and service offerings
12:30 pm – 1:00 pm: Networking
$20 per person, includes lunch.
If you're driving to the seminar there are many parking options available near by:
- Impark Lot, 103 Avenue & 104 Street - City Centre Parking, 103 Avenue & 103 Street- Street parking on 104 street, 105 street, 103 avenue using the City's EPark program
Thank you to our presenting partners
10363 104 Street NW