Export Trade news and insights for Canadian businesses

As an exporter, Winnipeg’s Kraus Global keeps Canada at the forefront of the global alternative fuel industry

As an exporter, Winnipeg’s Kraus Global keeps Canada at the forefront of the global alternative fuel industry

When compressed natural gas (CNG) retailers gathered in Billings, Oklahoma earlier this year to celebrate the completion of a five-year project to establish at least one CNG refueling station...

Looking to invest or expand abroad? Think about Brazil for future growth

Looking to invest or expand abroad? Think about Brazil for future growth

There has been significant growth in Canada‑Brazil trade and investment in recent years. Bilateral trade has increased by 35.1 per cent since 2009, reaching $5.6 billion in...

“If you are not exporting, you have a very limited market”: Export insights from Gardein’s Yves Potvin

“If you are not exporting, you have a very limited market”: Export insights from Gardein’s Yves Potvin

Yves Potvin is founder of Gardein, a plant protein-based food maker in British Columbia.Learn more about Gardein’s export success here.Why did you first start thinking...

Supply chain management: A key ingredient in Gardein’s export growth in a competitive market

Supply chain management: A key ingredient in Gardein’s export growth in a competitive market

Yves Potvin, founder of plant protein food maker Gardein, says business is like surfing; you have to be there when the wave arrives and then you have...

Pay attention to the sales culture and put in face time: Export insights from Electrovaya’s Sankar Das Gupta

Pay attention to the sales culture and put in face time: Export insights from Electrovaya’s Sankar Das Gupta

Sankar Das Gupta is co-founder and chief executive officer of Electrovaya – a Mississauga-based supplier of lithium-ion battery power solutions.Learn more about Electrovaya’s export journey here.When...

Millennials to the Rescue!
Weekly Commentary | Peter G. Hall | December 1, 2016

Millennials to the Rescue!  

Timing can be…well, almost everything. Imagine how fortunate those who were born between, say, 1983 and 1990 felt when graduation from school, university or college coincided with the Great Recession, and/or its greatly disappointing... 

Who Pays for Protectionism?
Weekly Commentary | Peter G. Hall | November 24, 2016

Who Pays for Protectionism?

How soon we forget. ‘Experts’ have us so convinced that current economic sluggishness is ‘different this time’ that we are hyping the same failed remedies we used during similar conditions in the past. Sadly,...