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Help shape Atlantic Canada’s clean technology international business strategy

NOTE: This opportunity has expired or is an event which has already taken place.

Work is underway to develop an international business strategy for the Clean Technology sector for Atlantic Canada. The selected consultants are currently in the process of collecting information from companies involved in the sector to help inform and shape this strategy.

If you are involved in the Clean Technology sector, we are inviting you to engage with the process. This is an opportunity where your business can help shape the strategy to be carried out by the Atlantic Trade and Investment Growth Strategy over a two-year period beginning April 2018. The purpose of the strategy will be to help companies in the Atlantic Canada Clean Tech sector to take their products, services international or to develop enhanced capabilities from acquiring know-how from international markets.

You can contribute to the development of the strategy by filling out a short questionnaire: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/9CLPDKT. The responses will be confidential, ie non-attributable and will be consolidated to give us a sense of the sector capabilities and interests.

If you would like a more detailed consultation, please contact NEIA’s Manager of International Business Development Abbie Lacey at abbie@neia.org.

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