Group working to help companies export

Chamber sponsored initiative will be holding 'launch event' on October 7

A local company that exports creative role playing costumes for children is hosting a launch event for a new group that hopes to encourage more exporting activity in the area. The event coincides with Manufacturing Day, which is Friday, October 7, 2016.

An initiative being sponsored by the Sarnia Lambton Chamber of Commerce to encourage businesses to embrace exporting opportunities is well underway with an event launch now set to coincide with Manufacturing Day on Friday, October 7, 2016.

The two-hour event will be hosted by Creative Education of Canada, Inc., a local manufacturer (and exporter) of role play products for children at its new warehouse and distribution centre, located at the corner of Lite and Front Street in Point Edward.

Companies interested in learning more about exporting opportunities are invited to attend.

There will be representatives from various organizations that are committed to helping navigate the intricacies of exporting along with various networking opportunities during the two-hour event.

Joyce Keelan, a Sarnia native who is CEO of Creative Education of Canada, Inc., will be joined by others who hope to inspire a community of exporters as they learn more about how to market their products around the world.

The company’s website is at www.greatpretenders.ca.

Registration is strongly encouraged and those interested in attending the 8 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. event can do so at the Sarnia Lambton Chamber of Commerce website by CLICKING HERE.

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