Why North America ?

North America represents a market of 325 million inhabitants. The size of the market also goes hand in hand with great cultural diversity, consumption, etc. What would you like to target Quebec, Canada or the United States, CCM can

support you in your step while being assured

Current challenges in North America

In order to tackle the North-American market, business people have to take up the challenges posed which are:

• difficulty in identifying a good partner, supplier or customer;
• reassuring the opposite persons while being brief, concise and direct;
• obtaining finance;
• managing the requirements of the American customs (C-TPAT, etc)
• Etc

Based in Montreal (Canada), CCM has developed an approved expertise in order to help you to take up all these challenges thanks to its consultation services portfolio, training and ground support as well as its broad business network.

Adapted solutions

In order to face the challenges which Canada and the United States present, CCM recommends:

• To plan your approach;
• To identify your objectives well;
• To carry out an international analysis;
• To define an adapted strategy;
• To adopt a clear, precise and fast communication;
• To work out an international trade plan;
• To recruit bilingual resources;
• Etc

Management of key tools

In order to guarantee the best chances of success in North America, the CCM experts can tap for your benefit :

• their ground knowledge;
• their expertise;
• their management of the specific cultural aspects;
• their broad Canadian and American business network ;
• etc.

Interventions in North America

• Market development: Research and identification of partners, suppliers, agents of manufacturers, customers; building relations; penetration strategy; etc
• Training : Training program in international trade, best business practices cycles, etc,
• Projects :
• Regions of intervention : Canada (Quebec, Ontario, British Columbia, etc.) and the United States (New York, Florida, California, etc)

Some references

Federal organizations (Canada)

• Canadian International Development Agency(CIDA)
• Industry Canada; Department of Foreign Affaires and International Trade (DFAIT)
• etc.

Provincial organizations (Canada)

• Department of International Relations (DIR) ;
• Department of Economic Development, Innovation and Export (DEDIE);
• Industrial Development Corporation (IDC);
• etc.

Municipal or Sectoral organizations

• Canadian Plastics Industry Association (CPIA)
• Quebec Association of Export Trading Houses (AMCEQ), Ontario Association of Trading Houses (OATH);
• Economic development corporations : Longueuil, Outaouais, Rimouski, Rivi?-du-Loup, Quebec, Montreal.

Private companies (Market development) :

• Canadian companies wishing to establish themselves in the United States;
• Tunisian companies wishing to establish themselves in Canada.