Dundalk Chamber Welcome The Canadian Embassy

Dundalk Chamber hosted another very successful Embassy visit when The Canadian Embassy came to Dundalk recently to meet local companies in order to forge business links.

Ms. Caroline Bolduc, Trade Commissioner, Canadian Embassy, visited Dundalk for a full quota of informative one-to-one meetings with various companies from around the North-East. The feedback from each company was tremendous. Due to the success of these meetings, Dundalk Chamber hopes to host a Canadian Embassy / Enterprise Ireland Business After Hours Event in the coming months.

Caroline emphasised the fact that due to Canada’s strict banking rules the country’s economy was strong and should be targeted by exporters. She was interested in and aware of the Darcy Magee initiatives. Darcy Magee, a native of Carlingford is one of the founding fathers of the Canadian Confederacy.         

The meetings took place in Oriel Shared Services in the Finnabair Business Park. This is just another example of the Chamber creating new links for local companies. 

Pictured:Michael McCabe,Louth County Council,Caroline Bolduc,Trade Commissioner,Canadian Embassy
and Paddy Malone,President Dundalk Chamber of Commerce.

If your company would like to attend one of these free meetings please call Kathleen in Dundalk Chamber on 042 9336343 or email admin@dundalk.ie

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