Greater Irvine Chamber Seeks Participants for 48 Hours in Canada
Monday, August 21, 2017
The Greater Irvine Chamber has partnered with MAPLE Canadian-U.S. Business Council® to assemble a delegation to travel to Toronto, Ontario for 48 Hours, Sept. 21-22. Chamber members interested in foreign direct investment and export opportunities there are invited to participate in the program.
MAPLE is hosting a cross-border networking reception in Toronto on Thursday, Sept. 21, 5 – 8 p.m. to promote closer business ties between Southern California and the greater Toronto region.
As part of the reception, a panel discussion on Doing Business with Southern California will feature Greater Irvine Chamber’s Linda DiMario, vice president of Economic Development & Tourism, and Diana Le, manager of Business and International Development, as well as Michael Smith, International Trade manager at the World Trade Center, Los Angeles.
The evening reception will provide an opportunity for delegates to connect with Toronto area executives and representatives from government agencies. MAPLE co-founders, Robert Kelle and Stephen Armstrong, will provide an overview of the mission and scope of work of MAPLE Business Council, now in its third year promoting investment, trade, and entrepreneurship bilaterally between Southern California and Canada.
The reception will be held at the Collaboration Hub of MAPLE member organization, Teknion. The Toronto showroom of this leading commercial office interiors company is located 20 floors above downtown Toronto with stunning views of the city.
For more information and to request an invitation for the Toronto reception, contact Diana Le.
Category: Economic Development