Collision TCS 2022

The Limosa inc. team is proud to announce that Limosa has been selected by the Canadian Trade Commissioner Service (TCS) to participate in the Canadian Trade Commissioner Service (TCS) “Innovate with Canada” B2B Matchmaking Program during Collision 2022. This exclusive program, open to Canadian tech companies only, gives us access to over 200 international buyers and investors vetted and recruited by the TCS and the Ontario Government.

This selection provides Limosa team with following opportunities.

Limosa inc. has just recently been selected by Ministère de l’Économie et de l’Innovation and Investissement Quebec , to take part in Collision 2022, one of the most important international fairs dedicated to technological innovation. The Innovate with Canada B2B Matchmaking Program is a hybrid business-to-business (B2B) matchmaking program that connects cutting-edge Canadian technology companies with global corporate tech buyers and venture capital investors. About the Canadian Trade Commissioner Service (TCS) Part of Global Affairs Canada, the Canadian Trade Commissioner Service (TCS) is a network of more than 1000 trade professionals working in Canadian embassies, high commissions, and consulates located in 161 cities around the world and with offices across Canada.

Now more than ever, the Trade Commissioner Service (TCS) is helping companies sell their products and services outside Canada by connecting them with its funding and support programs, international opportunities and its network of trade commissioners in more than 160 cities worldwide. Through our services, and by connecting you to other useful Government of Canada programs, we can help you grow abroad, even in these challenging times.

History of the TCS

Since our first trade commissioner was posted to Australia in 1895, the TCS has gained 125 years of experience helping Canadian companies succeed in international markets. The role of the TCS is to promote the economic interests of Canada in the global marketplace. This role has become even more critical and valuable within an ever-evolving global economy and with the impacts of COVID-19. Canada’s active and successful participation in the global economy affects all Canadians. A fifth of all jobs in this country are directly linked to international trade.

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