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486_ Global Expansion: Trust and a Two-Way Relationship are Crucial
Larry Nelson & Dale Eisler, Canadian Consul General in Denverenclosure-voice Bilateral trade between Colorado and Canada, is more than $1 billion per year. That number is growing and Canada is the biggest foreign market for Colorado business people. Annual bilateral trade between the two countries, US & Canada, is about $630 billion a year. Thatís more than $1.7 billion per day, and itís more than $1 million per minute. The border between our two countries is the most important economic border in the world. As a market, Canada is crucially important for the American economy. And in fact the United States exports, sells, more to Canada than it does to the UK, Germany, Japan and China combined. Thatís how big the Canadian market is for the United States. Dale Eisler, Consul General for Canada here in Denver shared with Larry a number of other statistics that would surprise many Coloradoans as well as the steps that a Colorado company can go through to doing a two-way business in Canada. Canada is the biggest energy supplier to the United States. And, get this, the US imports more oil from Canada than it does from Iraq and Saudi Arabia combined. It's also well known the US has a great relationship with Canada in the areas of aerospce, bioscience, telecom (wireless is getting very hot), IT software, gaming... just to name a few. LIsten for many additional ideas.
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Canadian Trade Mission Bridge to the US
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66_ Building Partnerships with Vision, Innovation and Collaboration - Canadian Style
A win/win bridge has been created for Canadian and Colorado organizations. If you have done business in Canada you know how pleasurable and profitable it is. If you are exploring international trade for the first time, there's not a better place to start than with our Canadian friends. The Canadian Consulate in Denver is coordinating a Trade Mission and has arranged for their visit during the CSIA DEMOgala and will be here the week of October 9, 2007. Larry Nelson of w3w3.com will introduce you to an exciting Canadian company and arrange for a face-to-face meeting in Denver to qualified organizations. Every week we will be posting more information and interviews (so you can hear from them in their own words) about your potential Canadian partner. The Canadian companies are taking the first step...don't miss out on this rare opportunity.

Monica Heron, Senior Consul, Canada210_ Building a Win/Win Bridge for Canada & the US
Serial entrepreneurs have nothing over Monica Heron, Senior Consul and Senior Trade Commissioner for Canada in Denver for Consulate General of Canada. She is a serial foreign service career person and has held positions in numerous countries, from Hong Kong to Zimbabwe, from the Ivory Coast to Switzerland and beyond. Monica is pleased to be in Denver working with a great team of active and involved representatives. They are there ready to support efforts to do business with Canadian companies.> Related Links: Canada || Monica Heron || Toronto and Region ||
Keywords: Canada, Monica Heron, Senior Trade Commissioner, Energy, Technology, Life Sciences, Aerospace - 11/13/06 LISTEN - Bytes 4154412

Your Canadian Partners are Ready
Week of October 8th in Denver - Visit them at the DEMOgala 10/11/07
eMail orCall Larry Nelson at 303.831.1400 for a personal meeting

Canada Trade Mission
Headed to Denver- Listen to their interviews
Meet with Them - October 9-11, 2007

Come Back soon - More Interviews

Dale Eisler
Canadian Consul General

Monica Heron
Senior Consul & Sr. Trade Comm., Denver

ADXStudio
Doug Schneider
Display Systems International
Dale Lemke, Pres.
Eagleye Technologies
Dwayne Hounsell, President
ICOM Productions,
Greg Surbey, CEO
Secret Selling Tips
Bob Hooey
Saskatchewan Interactive Media Association   
Deborah Black, President
SHEC Labs
Tom Beck
Stonefield Query
Doug Hennig, CTO
More to come - Check Back Soon

Reception - Trade Mission 10/9/07
Photo Album: Trade Mission Arrives - Reception 10/9

361Interactive Media - Bridging Saskatchewan and Colorado Deborah Black
enclosure-voiceDuring the week of October 9, 2007 Deborah Black, President of Saskatchwan Interactive Mediathe Saskatchewan Interactive Media Association will be joining a number of other Canadian organizations in a trade mission to Colorado. Deborah's organization is looking for partners on this two-way bridge between Canada and Colorado. They are looking for Colorado partner companies in addition to individuals who could be speakers at their events and developers in joint programs. Interactive communication, enabled by the application of new technologies and techniques is a rapidly evolving field. Saskatchewan Interactive started in 1995 and is in the leading edge of computer gaming in the traditional sense, moving into online games, advergaming, serious games, and games for health...education is also an important issue for them. LISTEN

Related Links:  Deborah's email || Doing Biz with Canada || In the News || David Smith: Denver Canadian Consulate || Building a Win/Win Bridge for Canada & the US || Keywords: Interactive Media, Saskatchewan, Deborah Black, Canada, Saskatchewan Interactive Media Association> Bytes: 7304780> 8/20/07

368Co-Branding and Interaction is Only the Beginning with SATA enclosure-voice
SATA

The Saskatchewan Advanced Technology Association (SATA) practices the art and science of 'Communication, Collaboration and Cooperation' with other associations. David Milme, Chairman of SATA is looking to extend that alliance with people, companies and associations in Colorado and will be part of the Trade Mission that is Building a two-way bridge between Canada and Colorado. SATA was formed in 2000 to represent Saskatchewan's advanced technology industry. SATA has grown to 300 members representing Information and Communication Technology, New Media, Instrumentation and Electronics, Aerospace, Engineering, Environment, Manufacturing, Biotechnology and Infrastructure support services. Listen to his interview and if you have an interest, contact Larry at w3w3.com and he can set up a face-to-face meeting with Dwayne. LISTEN

Related Links:  SATA Home Page || Doing Business with Canada || David Smith: Denver Canadian Consulate || Building a Win/Win Bridge for Canada & the US || Channel: Canada ||Keywords:  SATA, Saskatchewan, Canada, David Milme, Saskatchewan Advanced Technology Association > Channel: Canada >Bytes: 5505674> 9/3/07

363_  It Started Out on Atari Game Computers and Now It's on Cable TV and More
Dale Lemke, Design Systems Internationalenclosure-voiceWith all the distractions and businesses making their pitch, it has been getting more challenging to get your message out to the right people. Dale Lemke, President of Display Systems International (DSI) and past Chairman of SATA is coming to Denver the week of October 9, 2007 with a Trade Mission from Canada with some other very innovative and dynamic companies.
Display Systems International manufactures and markets industry leading character generators and video bulletin board systems. Common names for these products include digital signage, information display system, events channel, community channel, or even dynamic signage. All these mean the same thing - getting your information out to your audience. Colorado is a hot-bed for Internet, cable, phone, in fact, every facet of the broadening telecom industry. Digital signage is growing with these and other industries. DSI does business with all the big cable companies as well as schools, hotels, hospitals, casinos, gated communities, convention centers and the list goes on. Listen to his interview and if you have an interest, contact Larry at w3w3.com and he can set up a face-to-face meeting with Dale. LISTEN
Design Systems International, logo

Related Links:  Display Systems Int'l || CTP Channel || Doing Business with Canada || David Smith: Denver Canadian Consulate || Keywords: Display International, Dale Lemke, Cable, Telecom, Internet, TV, Canada, Information Display Systems > Bytes: 8010608 > 8/27/07

Customized Reporting Solutions Give Your Business an Edge

Doug Hennig,  Stonefield Query - Canadian Trade Mission 10/10/2007

387_ Effective use of your business systems means getting information from them into the hands of the people who need it. However, reporting is a weakness in most applications. Pre-defined reports often do not give the answers people are looking for and reporting tools are usually designed for programmers not real users. Stonefield Software specializes in creating customized reporting solutions for any application. Stonefield’s flagship product, the award-winning Stonefield Query, makes report writing a snap for even the most novice user. Elegant and persuasive reports can be created in minutes with little or no technical knowledge. A range of businesses from large companies like Sealy, Hitachi, NASA, Northrop Grumman, and 3M down to mom-and-pop and single person companies use Stonefield Query to get the information they need to run their businesses. Listen to Larry interview Stonefield CTO Doug Hennig about how customized reporting solutions can give your business an edge. Doug and 3 other executives will be in Denver October 9 - 11th to start these discussions. Contact Larry at w3w3.com as he can set up a face-to-face meeting with Doug.   LISTEN
Related Links: Stonefield Query ||  Doing Biz with Canada || David Smith: Denver Canadian Consulate || Building a Win/Win Bridge for Canada & the US || Channel: Canada || Keywords: Stonefield Query, Canada, Doug Hennig, Trade Mission, Customized Reporting Solutions, Channel: Canada - Coming to Denver, Colorado Week of 10/9/07

Tom Beck, CEO, SHEC - Trade Mission Visit October 9 thru 11, 2007enclosure-voice377_ Hydrogen Production: The Dream Becoming a Reality
Hydrogen production technologies have been available for generations. Initially hydrogen was manufactured primarily for use in the production of ammonia for fertilizers and other industrial uses. But over the years, the technological base for hydrogen utilization has expanded tremendously to incorporate applications in chemical and petroleum refining, metallurgy, hydrogenation of edible fats and oils, space and weather programs, fuel cells and the manufacture of some electronic SHEC Labscomponents. NASA is the primary user of hydrogen as an energy carrier to power equipment. Perhaps the most exciting potential use for hydrogen would be fuel cell vehicles. Fuel cells would allow us the freedom of operating a conventional vehicle, but producing zero emissions. SHEC Labs is looking for some partners in Colorado and Thomas Beck, President & CEO will be in Denver October 9 thru 11th, to start these discussions. Listen to his interview and if you have an interest, contact Larry at w3w3.com as he can set up a face-to-face meeting with Tom. LISTEN
Related Links:  SHEC Labs ||
Doing Biz with Canada || David Smith: Denver Canadian Consulate || Building a Win/Win Bridge for Canada & the US || Channel: Canada || Keywords: SHEC Labs, Canada, Hydrogen Production, Thomas Beck, Trade Mission> Bytes: 5549560> 9/17/07 LISTEN

enclosure-voice367_  It Started Out With VHS Tapes and
Today It's All Digital

It wasn't that long ago industry used VHS video tapes to capture 'what was happening' in their Police Charger equiped with Eagleye technologyarea of interest. Today, the leading-edge technology uses Digital Video Recorder (DVR) technology explains Dwayne Hounsell, President of Eagleye logoEagleye Tech. Their Mobile Digital Video Recorder is designed specifically for mobile applications where archiving of the data off of the vehicle is critical and reliability in harsh enviroments is critical. The Eagleye Mobile MDVR has no moving parts resulting in a solid, reliable, and the most dependable digital recorder on the market today. Dwayne is looking for some two-way partnerships in Colorado. Eagleye offers products to our public safety professionals worldwide. Eagleye now provides these services to other sectors such as bus and transit companies, taxi companies, ambulance and fire protection services. Listen to his interview and if you have an interest, contact Larry at w3w3.com and he can set up a face-to-face meeting with Dwayne. LISTEN

Related Links:  Eagleye Technology ||Doing Business with Canada || David Smith: Denver Canadian Consulate || Building a Win/Win Bridge for Canada & the US || Channel: Canada || Keywords:  Eagleye Technology, Dwayne Hounsell, Digital Video Recorder, Canada, Colorado, Eagleye Mobile MDVR >Bytes: 11509240> 9/3/07

Doug Schneider, President, ADXStudio - Trade Mission Visit October 9 thru 11, 2007enclosure-voice379_ Successful Global Presence - Canadian firm - Looks for Colorado Connection
ADX Studio is an established Web Application Development firm. Primary field of expertise is ‘web content management’, points out President Doug Schneider.
So we develop services around web site consulting, design, development, hosting.  In doing this we have our own ‘content management system, which is our software product that we sell and support as well.
ADXStudioADX Studio CMS is a powerful and affordable web content management system built on Microsoft® ASP.NET and .NET Framework 3.0. Its easy-to-use web-based tools empower content authors to manage complex websites, intranets, and extranets while alleviating the strain on costly IT resources. Their CMS program has advanced capabilities which allow organizations to deploy high performance, scalable, and secure websites with confidence. The President & CEO and will be in Denver October 9 - 11 to start these discussions. Listen to his interview and if you have an interest, contact Larry at w3w3.com as he can set up a face-to-face meeting with Doug. LISTEN
Related Links:  ADXStudio ||
Doing Biz with Canada || David Smith: Denver Canadian Consulate || Building a Win/Win Bridge for Canada & the US || Channel: Canada || Keywords: ADX Studio, CMS, Microsoft, Canada, Doug Schneider, Trade Mission > Channel: Canada > Bytes: 6274719 > 9/24/07 LISTEN

ICOM's Greg Surbey, CEO with Kevin Jones and Devin Harringtonenclosure-voice 371Business Objectives Must Include Values and Culture
With years of experience partnering with some of Canada’s largest and most dynamic organizations, ICOM has cultivated a unique perspective on the development of online education. Using fundamental learning methodologies to create high impact online solutions, they are defined as a learning company first and a technology company second. Their technology however is very cool. Greg Surbey, Kevin Jones and Devin Harrington of ICOM Productions also believe strongly in win/win strategic alliances. ICOM also prides itself on building lasting relationships and strong partnerships with their clients. They are active members of the Canadian business community, with membership in Calgary Chamber of Commerce, CSTD- Canadian Society of Trained Development and BMIB - Bright Minds in Business.
      ICOM is looking for some partners in Colorado. Listen to their interview and if you have an interest, contact Larry at w3w3.com as he can set up a face-to-face meeting with the ICOM executives.

Related Links:  Related Links:  ICOM Home Page || Doing Biz with Canada || David Smith: Denver Canadian Consulate || Building a Win/Win Bridge for Canada & the US || Channel: Canada || Keywords: Calgary, Canada, ICOM Productions, Learning, Training, Greg Surbey, Kevin Jones, Devin Harrington || Channel: Canada >> Bytes: 8337766 LISTEN 9/10/07

Bob HooeyBob “Idea Man” Hooey and his innovative Ideas At Work have been equipping and motivating leaders, sales professionals and other leading edge business owners to engage and equip their teams to grow, become more profitable and Secret Selling Tipssucceed. Bob’s Secret Selling Tips is an online, sales leaders success program that leverages innovative technology to bring training and motivation directly to your sales team’s computers.  Web-supported, email delivered, this bi-weekly success program is simple, systematic and cost effective. Secret Selling Tips will help your team become leading sales professionals
      If you are seeking a cost effective way to leverage technology to help your sales teams grow, win, and become more profitable,  we can help! Bob is looking for leading edge companies who are willing to invest in the growth of their teams to enhance their corporate productivity.

Related Links:  Sales Secrets ||Doing Business with Canada || David Smith: Denver Canadian Consulate || Building a Win/Win Bridge for Canada & the US || Channel: Canada || Keywords:  Sales Secret Tips, Bob 'Idea Man' Hooey, sales leaders program, Canada, Colorado, 10/8/07

     

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