[LIVE WEBINAR SERIES] Exporting to the U.S.—Strategies for Canadian Manufacturing Leaders

November 25, 2016 Ashley Zhou | Digital Marketing Operations Specialist

Exporting to the US Webinar Series

Discover how Canadian manufacturers can develop and execute a sound export strategy to target the U.S. market

Canadian manufacturers have begun to sharpen their focus on expanding their businesses outside of Canada, as a strategic means of accelerating revenue growth. Canada is the United States’ largest trade partner, and the economic climate between the two countries is robust and expanding. It therefore seems like a natural fit for Canadian manufacturers to look to the U.S. for expanding their revenue growth—beyond Canadian borders.

With a surging American economy and weak Canadian dollar; declining oil prices; geographic proximity and accessibility; and culture and language familiarity, opportunities to export to the U.S. are limitless—provided Canadian manufacturers can develop and execute a sound expansion strategy.

Join us for a special 2-part webinar series, designed exclusively for Canadian manufacturing leaders, and learn how to prepare your business for export readiness and strategies for mitigating potential export risks.

Part 1: Exporting to the U.S.—Key Strategies for Canadian Export Readiness
Date: Tuesday, November 29, 2016
Time: 10:00 a.m. PT / 1:00 p.m. ET

Register for this complimentary, live webinar and discover key strategies to help Canadian manufacturers become export-ready, to avoid risk and equal financial reward.

Register Here: Exporting to the U.S.—Key Strategies for Canadian Export Readiness

PRESENTERS:

  • Mathew Wilson, Senior Vice President, Canadian Manufacturers & Exporters (CME)
  • Dave Cavan, Regional Sales Manager, SYSPRO Canada

This 45-minute session will explore:

  • Insights into the market opportunity for exporting to the U.S.
  • Strategies for export success and common pitfalls to avoid
  • A roadmap for success when selecting the ‘right’ target market
  • Considerations for leveraging technology, such as ERP, to help become export-ready
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Part 2: Exporting to the U.S.—Mitigating Harmful Risks for Canadian Manufacturers
Date: Tuesday, December 6, 2016
Time: 10:00 a.m. PT / 1:00 p.m. ET

Register for this complimentary, live webinar and learn how Canadian manufacturers can prepare for critical consideration factors when entering a new market, and how they can protect their businesses from risk when exporting to the U.S.

Register here: Exporting to the U.S.—Mitigating Harmful Risks for Canadian Manufacturers

PRESENTERS:

  • Dan Lundenberg, Partner, National Leader – U.S. Corporate Tax Services, Grant Thornton LLP
  • Brad Rolph, Partner, Tax Service Line Leader for Southern Ontario & National Transfer Pricing Leader, Grant Thornton LLP
  • Dave Cavan, Regional Sales Manager, SYSPRO Canada

This 45-minute session will explore:

  • Considerations for U.S. taxation to remain compliant
  • Understanding common pitfalls (and costly penalties) with regards to tax efficiency
  • Recouping profits, while managing foreign exchange, repatriation, and transfer pricing issues
  • A roadmap for target market selection to avoid ‘misfiring’ disasters
  • Considerations for leveraging technology, such as ERP, to mitigate operational risk
Register Now

This is a 2-part webinar series on Exporting to the U.S. Please register for each session in the series, separately. Registration details will be issued separately for each webinar.

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