Mission & Market:
Trade Team PEI partners invite your company/organization to participate in the upcoming SEAFEX show, September 18-20, 2017. Companies will have an opportunity to target new partners, buyers and agents in a new market, and to increase their competitive intelligence on similar products and services through walking or exhibiting this show. Customized programs will be provided through the use of a match making service.
SEAFEX is the Middle East’s and Africa’s largest and most professionally run trade fair covering the seafood industry. Overs 13,000 buyers from 115 counties will be in attendance at this marque event. Meet and network with new suppliers, source the right products for your customers. Do business with over 200 exhibitors and attend the show features specifically to cater your business needs. http://www.seafexme.com/
- Fish and seafood
- Exhibit within the show
- Matchmaker/consulting services.
- In market transportation
- Travel cost support on economy airfare, accommodations and meals (40% by Innovation PEI).
Conditions for Participation:
Canadian/Prince Edward Island companies must have the expertise and capacity to provide needed services and/or goods in the specific fields outlined. Companies must demonstrate that the products and/or services you seek to promote through the mission will result in significant economic benefit for Canada (i.e. increased production in Canada, employment creation, technology transfer, increased research and development activity, etc.). Having a mailing address or being registered in Canada, and/or being listed on the Canadian stock exchange, does not immediately qualify a company to participate in this business mission.
If we are uncertain as to the economic benefit for Canada of the company’s activities, supplemental information may be requested to assess the company’s suitability for participation.
Trade Team PEI partners reserve the right to limit registration to those companies that meet the sector-based objectives of this mission.
For more information on this business mission or to express your interest in participating, please contact;
Patti-Sue Lee, ACOA PEI and Tourism at firstname.lastname@example.org or 902-626-2481 or
Scott Ferris, Innovation PEI at email@example.com or 902-368-5952
Complete the Registration Form and note that your registration fee is payable by cheque or credit card to Innovation PEI.
A minimum number of registered companies will be required in order for this mission to proceed. Early registration will maximize the time available to arrange appropriate business-to-business meetings.
Company Objectives and Profile:
Complete the Company Objectives and Profile Form with sufficient information so we may better understand your objectives for this mission and be able to help you achieve them. Your information will be used to arrange business-to-business meetings.
Business-to-business meetings: Meetings will be arranged on a per company basis, and not on an individual basis. In order for us to identify and set up meetings with the appropriate local business partners, please provide as much information as possible on your company’s objectives and profile form.
We will not begin arranging your business meetings until we have received a completed registration package.
It is your responsibility to make your own travel arrangements, including all air and ground transportation to and from the airport (unless otherwise noted in the business program). Please make sure to purchase cancellation insurance and/or a refundable ticket, in the event that the dates of the mission change.
Hotel(s) will be selected on the basis of ground transportation logistics, efficiency and value for money. Typically, (unless otherwise noted) Trade Team PEI will establish a room block at selected hotel(s) and it will be the responsibility of each delegate to book their reservations under the room block as per instructions and contact information provided. An email confirming the hotel(s) will be sent to you at a later date.
The Government of Canada’s official travel advice (www.travel.gc.ca) includes essential information on safety and security, local laws and customs, entry requirements, health conditions and other important travel issues, including important travel health information under the Health tab. Sign up for the Registration of Canadians Abroad service before leaving Canada, so we can contact and assist you in case of an emergency abroad or inform you about an emergency at home. If you need consular assistance, while abroad, your first point of contact should be the closest Canadian government office. Contact information can be found in the Assistance tab. The Emergency Watch and Response Centre in Ottawa can be reached 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at 613-996-8885 (collect calls accepted) or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Health & Safety:
It is strongly recommended that you consult your family physician prior to travelling to determine health risks and necessary vaccinations (if appropriate), especially if you have a medical condition. All inoculations should be up-to-date prior to travel. For additional travel health information, please consult the Public Health Agency website at www.publichealth.gc.ca. It is your responsibility to cover any health-related costs incurred prior to and during the mission. For recent travel reports, consult the Government of Canada’s travel website at www.travel.gc.ca.