Canadian Trade Delegation from Newfoundland and Labrador Developing Business Linkages with Barbados

Business and institution representatives from Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada are visiting Barbados and Trinidad in the coming days to forge relationships with local entrepreneurs, clients and associates.

The trade mission, organized with the support of the Newfoundland and Labrador Environmental Industry Association (NEIA) and the High Commission of Canada to Barbados, consists of 7 companies with expertise in the areas of Sustainable Technologies, Professional Services, Information and Communication Technology and Education and Training.

Commenting on this upcoming visit, High Commissioner of Canada to Barbados, Richard Hanley, stated: "We are pleased to welcome the companies of Newfoundland and Labrador as they seek to expand into various Caribbean markets. This trade mission is further testimony to Canada's ongoing commitment to the region. Newfoundland offers the region products, services, technologies and experience relevant to island environments and we look forward to the establishment of many new and successful partnerships during this mission."

Commenting on this upcoming visit, High Commissioner of Canada to Barbados, Richard Hanley, stated: “We are pleased to welcome the companies of Newfoundland and Labrador as they seek to expand into various Caribbean markets. This trade mission is further testimony to Canada’s ongoing commitment to the region. Newfoundland offers the region products, services, technologies and experience relevant to island environments and we look forward to the establishment of many new and successful partnerships during this mission.”

One-on-one meetings with the mission participants are being organized with interested Barbadian companies, investors and entrepreneurs. For further information and to schedule meetings with the participants, contact Tammy Brathwaite at 629-3553 or via email at tammy.brathwaite@international.gc.ca.

The delegation will be in Bridgetown from 21 to 24 February 2015.

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