From December 03 to 28: Meet with Canadian Furniture and Home Decoration buyers via video conference

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Impexaid as part of its focusing on international trade innovation, organizes the meeting between Canadian Furniture and Home Decoration importers and exporters in the same field from all over the world via  video conference.
Each participant will be in one on one meeting with 3 buyers from Canada via video conference.
Price: 830 USD / 675 Euro
Registration online
By Phone: Please call  one of our business advisor at 001-514-606-6757 and get more information. Payments are not accepted by phone or credit card, only invoice sent from (after the 3rd meeting)
Registration deadline: November the 30th 2018
Cancellation policy

Why you should participate?

A unique opportunity to meet Canadian Furniture and Home Decoration buyers in relation with mass distribution brand in Canada.
Increase your chances to concretize export operations on Canadian market through individual meeting with decisions makers able to make orders at the end of the negotiation.
Save tremendously on your international prospection cost by meeting importers in your field through video conference, so you don't need to leave your office for this mission.
Exp: a participation to a fair trade has an average cost of 9500$ for the stand plus transport and daily expenses.


Who should participate?

Furniture and Home Decoration exporters form all over the world.
International trade companies operating in the Food Processing Machinery industry.


Why you should export to Canada?

The Furniture manufacturing industry in Canada exhibited steady growth between 2011 and 2015. Shipments increased at an average annual rate of 3.7% since 2011, reaching $11.6 billion in 2015.
The Furniture manufacturing industry is the second largest consumer products sector after food and beverage processing in terms of employment.The Canadian furniture industry is one of the top 10 producers of furniture in the world and has a strong reputation for high quality and its use of made-in-Canada branding (Source: Industry Canada)