Entrepreneurs from Dnipro learned about new export opportunities to Canada

A training session “How to export to Canada” was held on November 22 in Dnipro. The event was organized by the Dnipropetrovsk Chamber of Commerce and Industry in cooperation with the CUTIS project.

Canada-Ukraine Trade and Investment Support Project (CUTIS) in cooperation with regional chambers of commerce and industry has launched a series of a training seminar for small and medium-sized businesses (SMEs).

The main goal is to tell the business about the prospects of export to Canada and the new opportunities opened by the Free Trade Agreement between Canada and Ukraine (CUFTA). More information, as well as a calendar of events you can find on the link.

The training in the Dnipro has brought together about 40 entrepreneurs from such industries agriculture, production of plastic goods and food, furniture, chemical industry, industrial equipment, IT services, clothing, and footwear industry.

During the program, the following issues were discussed: development of the export strategy, searching for partners in the Canadian market, tariff and non-tariff regulation of export supplies to Canada, logistics, development of marketing strategy, use of e-commerce tools etc.

In training took part:

  • Zoya Pavlenko, environmental expert, CUTIS project
  • Victoria Mikhailova, chief specialist of the Department of international operations in “Ukrposhta”
  • Kateryna Vitkovska, expert of Etsy marketplace
  • Svetlana Cherevko, specialist of Export promotion center of Dnipropetrovsk Chamber of Commerce and Industry
  • Oleksandra Rachok, specialist of Export promotion center of Dnipropetrovsk Chamber of Commerce and Industry

The participants of the training seminar also had the opportunity to ask questions to a businessman from Canada Anatoliy Nikula.

To get more information about training sessions please follow Facebook page of the CUTIS project (https://www.facebook.com/CUTISproject/). Do not miss the training in your city! The following events will be in Chernihiv (Nov. 28, https://www.facebook.com/events/193467934873221/) and Lutsk (Nov. 30, https://www.facebook.com/events/195173091418321/).