How to update your supply chain strategy for maximum efficiency

Without an efficient supply chain strategy in place, customers cannot be serviced properly and maximum profits cannot be achieved.

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Emiliano Introcaso MBA CITP PLOG CCI

Emiliano has close to two decades of experience working with manufacturers and exporters looking to increase their global growth by providing them with support and guidance in all things export. His strategy not only focuses on navigating companies through the complexities of global supply chains, but also in the small details that can make or break an international trade transaction. Emiliano is an Export Advisor at Export Development Canada (EDC), a Certified International Trade Professional (CITP) with the Forum For International Trade Training (FITT), an International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) Registered Trainer on Incoterms® 2020 and a Certified Instructor (CCI) with the Canadian International Freight Forwarding Association (CIFFA). Emiliano completed a Master of Business Administration (Global Leadership stream) at the University of Fredericton. More blogs by Emiliano at TradeInsights: https://www.edc.ca/en/bio/emiliano-introcaso.html

Next #TradeElite networking session & recap of why international trade is all about profit margins

You’ve decided to start selling your product in a market outside your own borders. Maybe it’s an emerging market, or perhaps you’ve gone with a market that’s a bit more established; but either way you’re going to need a system to get your product to market. You’re going to need to develop an international value chain.

Daniella D'Alimonte

Daniella D'Alimonte

With her background in writing, marketing and business journalism, Daniella focuses on crafting quality stories and relevant content to inform and inspire the international business community.

What it means to be a Certified International Trade Professional (CITP®) [INFOGRAPHIC]

The Certified International Trade Professional (CITP®) designation has been around for more than 15 years. It was the first professional designation in the world created…

Jacob Varghese

Jacob Varghese

Jacob is the VP of Marketing and Technology at the Forum for International Trade Training. Focused on improving the customer experience. A Content chef; words, images, some code and a healthy serving of web analytics.

Tips for successful market entry into Alberta’s oil sands industry

The Canadian oil sands are one of the three largest reserves of oil in the world and currently boast over 170 billion barrels of oil in place which are recoverable with today’s technology and economic factors.

Sara Luc

Sara Luc

Sara Luc, CITP/FIBP, Business Analyst, Strategic Development for Rainmaker Global Business Development, is a Mount Royal University graduate with a Bachelor of Business Administration in International Business. Sara has worked with clients ranging from raw chemicals to modular fabrication from Europe for the past year and a half. She has organized trade missions for foreign companies that were interested in potentially entering the Canadian market. Rainmaker Global Business Development is a market entry and business development consulting firm headquartered in Calgary but has offices all over the world.

Identifying Key Risks to Market Entry

A vital step in managing your international risk is identifying the potential risks your firm could face in target foreign markets. These risks can be…

Daniella D'Alimonte

Daniella D'Alimonte

With her background in writing, marketing and business journalism, Daniella focuses on crafting quality stories and relevant content to inform and inspire the international business community.