MISSION FULL: Trade Mission: SIAL Paris 2018
Sunday, October 21, 2018 (All day) to Thursday, October 25, 2018 (All day)Add to calendar
Parc des Expositions de Paris-Nord Villepinte
ZAC Paris Nord 2
Nova Scotia Business Inc., in partnership with the Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency and the Atlantic Provinces, is currently seeking Nova Scotia agri-food and beverage companies interested in attending SIAL Paris 2018.
SIAL Paris is one of the largest food and beverage shows in the world, and attracts approximately 155,000 qualified buyers from 194 countries. In 2016, participants in the Canada Pavilion occupied 607.5 square meters and represented a variety of Canadian products. This event provides companies with an excellent opportunity to visit new markets, exchange information and ideas with the world’s agri-food players, and stay connected to trends and innovation in the industry.
Companies applying to participate should already be exporting outside of Nova Scotia. Companies will be asked to submit a profile, outlining their reasons and objectives for attending.
Participation on this mission includes:
- Pre-mission training via webinars
- On-site CETA seminars, in-market training, and education
- In-market tour with transportation services
- Business networking and reception
- A curated list of 4-5 recommended companies to visit while at SIAL
- Opportunity to attend conferences hosted by industry experts
- Attendance at SIAL Paris
Registration Fee: $575.00 ($500 + $75 HST) per company
Companies are responsible for all expenses related to travel, accommodation and meals. Interested companies may be eligible for funding through the Export Growth Program.
Register at Food and Beverage Atlantic
For additional information or inquiries, please contact:
Sara Robinson | email@example.com | 506.857.4254 or
Julie Houde | firstname.lastname@example.org | 902.424.5397
The Atlantic Trade and Investment Growth Strategy is a collaborative, pan-Atlantic approach which aims to help Atlantic businesses begin exporting, increase their export sales, expand to new markets, and create global partnerships. The Strategy was developed jointly by the provincial governments of New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island and the Government of Canada.