Tag: companies

Canada Economy English Featured

Fastest Growing Canadian Companies

The year 2020 presented several challenges for companies struggling to survive amidst the global pandemic. However, some business have been able to weather the storm despite one of the steepest drops in Canada’s real GDP on record.

In 2019, the country reported a real GDP of roughly $1.64 Trillion (T). In 2020, that figure dropped to $1.57 T, a difference of more than $70 Billion. While Canadians continue to work at regaining those losses, some businesses have managed to prosper throughout the pandemic-induced instability.


Canada English

A webinar for Italian companies
interested in investing in Canada

EnglishItalianPortugueseSpanishGermanDutchFilipinoPolishChinese (Simplified)ArabicBengaliGreekTurkishKoreanJapanesePersianRomanian MILAN – Opportunities for Italian entrepreneurs interested in investing in Canada: on Wednesday 31 March from 4.00 pm to 5.45 pm will be held the webinar “Business internationalization in North America as a lever for development and the opportunities offered by Canada” organized by the Canadian Embassy and The European House Ambrosetti (https://www.ambrosetti.eu/), a group of about 240 professionals active since 1965 which has five offices in Italy and several foreign offices, through which it supports companies interested in making investments abroad. (more…)

Canada English

For Italian companies
there is a future in Canada
“Ample space in all sectors”

ROME – Dear Italian entrepreneurs, keep an eye on Canada because it is there that, with the right moves, it will be possible to collect a lot as soon as the coronavirus emergency ends. Word of Paolo Quattrocchi (in the pic), who since 2017 directs the Italy-Canada Study Center, an institution he founded, that supports dialogue and promotes mutual understanding between Italy and Canada through organization of events and studies in the fields of economy, society, science and culture. (more…)

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