It’s no secret that exporting to a foreign market can be risky. For Canadian companies exporting to China, business is now even easier with access to the new Renminbi (RMB) Hub in Toronto. But after your first sale with a new buyer what’s next? The most important thing for an exporter to consider is how they’ll get paid. That’s where trade financing can be an advantage to Canadian companies.
If you’re exporting to China, or considering exporting there in the future, join CCBC and Export Development Canada (EDC) for an in-depth strategy session on using trade finance instruments in order to ensure the security of your international transactions, reduce your risk and maximize profitability.
The sessions key note speaker will be Denis L’Heureux, EDC’s Chief Representative in Greater China. Mr. L’Heureux has been EDC’s representative to China since July 2012 where he is responsible for business development and relationship management in Mainland China, Hong Kong, Taiwan and Macau. Denis will be joined by Carl Beaus, President of Cemondia, and local entrepreneurs to cover some of the specific tools available to protect your interests when dealing with China.
The session will be held Tuesday September 22nd from 8am – 10am at KPMG Toronto, 333 Bay Street.
For more information, or to register for the event visit the Canada China Business Council.