Join us for a complimentary, 45-minute webinar, designed specifically for manufacturing leaders and hosted by CanadianManufacturing.com, where we will explore top considerations for diversifying your investments into new markets beyond North America, and the right export strategy to help meet growing demand
Our guest speakers will share their deep industry insights into the current state of export potential for Canadian manufacturers, with a dedicated focus on key sectors such as food and beverage, metal fabrication, industrial machinery and automotive.
Recent world events such as Brexit, the U.S. election of President Donald Trump and uncertain near-future trade agreements—combined with the outlook for the Canadian dollar, declining oil prices, and global economic instability, could mean Canada’s traditional export partners look less and less like sure bets.
Canada’s two most prominent industries, food processing and automotive production, face an uncertain future with ongoing NAFTA renegotiations, that could negatively impact the economic standing of Canada’s two most profitable sectors.
This will mean a strong emphasis on diversifying into new international markets beyond North America and embracing specialization. It will also require adopting new and productivity-enhancing technologies that affect how Canadian goods are manufactured and exported beyond Canada.
Join us for a complimentary, 45-minute webinar, designed specifically for manufacturing leaders hosted by CanadianManufacturing.com. In this webinar, we will explore key strategies of how to build a successful and sustainable strategy for overcoming potential obstacles that may arise from pending trade deals with the U.S., including:
- A snapshot of global export growth opportunities for Canadian manufacturers and government trade and market diversification initiatives
- How to develop a sound strategy for diversifying export investments into international markets
- Considerations for overcoming potential risks to current trade agreements
- How automation and technology such as ERP can help improve efficiency and meet growing demand
- 5 best practices that Canadian manufacturers must implement for their long-term success
DATE: Wednesday, November 29, 2017
TIME: 10:00 a.m. PT/ 1:00 p.m. ET
- Mathew Wilson, Senior Vice President | Canadian Manufacturers & Exporters (CME)
- Dave Cavan, Regional Sales Manager | SYSPRO Canada