Accessing Support For Market Expansion Workshop

Date: Wednesday, March 20, 2019
Time: 10 am to noon

FREE WORKSHOP

Presented by: Allison Boulton, Program Manager, Export Navigator

The B.C. Agrifood & Seafood Market Development Program is launching this fall, and you won’t want to miss out on the opportunities it will provide. Join us at this free event and learn how to access support for B.C. businesses to develop marketing skills, conduct market research, create marketing plans, and expand their sales footprint.

You will find out about how the Canada Pavilion Program can take your products to premiere food and beverage events around the world, how the Canada Brand Program can enhance your graphics and visual identity, and how the AgriMarketing Program can provide your business targeted support for growth, both in Canada and international markets.

If you’re an agriculture/agrifood or seafood producer/processor, attend this event and learn how you can receive the funding you need to grow beyond our province. If you have accessed any of these programs before, find out what has changed. Anyone thinking of expanding in the next few years should attend, as most of these programs will be available for the next 5 years. Know what’s available so you can take advantage of funding when you’re ready!

This event will help you:

  • Learn about the provincial and federal options for export-related funding for agrifood businesses
  • Understand who can apply and which programs may be suitable
  • Identify key trade shows around the world, including Canada’s seven flagship Canada Pavilion shows
  • Become familiar with the application forms and processes for funding

Workshops are Free to Local Entrepreneurs & Businesses

Location:

Community Futures Vernon
3rd Floor Community Board Room

How to register:

Contact Lillian at 250-545-2215 ext. 200 or complete the form below

Learn more about how Export Navigator can help your business at www.exportnavigator.ca

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