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  • POSTPONED: Trade Mission to Diversity Procurement Fair

POSTPONED: Trade Mission to Diversity Procurement Fair

Wednesday, July 22, 2020 - 2:30pm to Thursday, July 23, 2020 - 4:00pm

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Beanfield Centre
105 Princes' Blvd.
Toronto, ON, Canada



This mission has been postponed to July 22, 23, 2020. Please refer to camsc.ca/home for more information.

Nova Scotia Business Inc. is currently seeking businesses of diversity to join us in Toronto for the Canadian Aboriginal Minority Supplier Council (CAMSC) Diversity Procurement Fair. The focus of this event is cultivating, building and growing relationships with global suppliers who are committed to doing business with businesses of diversity. Canadian and US business leaders across sectors will also attend to share best practices for securing business within global supply chains. 

NSBI has defined businesses of diversity, based on the eligibility requirements and definitions of Canadian supplier diversity certification organizations.

Businesses of diversity are 51%+ owned, managed, and controlled by Aboriginal and/or Indigenous Persons, Persons with Disabilities, LGBT+, Veterans, Visible Minorities, or Women. 

This mission includes:

  • Preparation workshop in Halifax (March 4, 8:30 am – 12:00 pm) where participants will work with a consultant to develop their capability statements and short pitches, and learn best practices on how to work supplier diversity events.  The consultant will follow-up with each participant after the trade mission.
  • NSBI hosted private breakfast in Toronto for supplier diversity corporates.
  • Inclusion in a directory (digital and print) of Nova Scotia businesses of diversity.

Please note that space is limited. Event registration, travel arrangements, hotel accommodations, and meals are the responsibility of each participant.

Applicants may be eligible to apply to the Export Growth Program for financial assistance https://www.novascotiabusiness.com/export/export-growth-program .

The Export Growth Program supports travel to new markets to allow companies to meet with prospective clients, attend trade shows, or identify potential opportunities.

Participants will be expected to complete and submit a survey at the end of the Preparation Workshop and the Trade Mission.


Karen Williams


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