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Five local companies to attend trade event in Canada

Sarah-Grace Battles

Five local companies will participate in the fourth edition of Centrallia, an event focusing on trade, in Canada May 25-27.

The five companies include:

Village Virtual and EES Consulting are clients of the Chamber’s INCubator at the Hamilton County Business Development Center, which provides affordable space and other resources for launching businesses.

“The timing in attending Centrallia couldn't be better as we expand our business presence to Toronto. Centrallia represents an exciting opportunity for a growing company like EES Consulting to meet and connect with a number of potential Canadian partners in an enriched business environment. We are excited about the opportunity and look forward to this unique business forum,” says Bryan Webber, EES Consulting Vice President of Business Development.

Centrallia offers opportunities in industries including manufacturing, transportation and logistics, agribusiness, environmental industries, innovation, construction and more, giving businesses networking and learning opportunities to better equip them for successful trade.

Experts from World Trade Centers, Chambers of Commerce and trade and investment agencies will offer expertise and knowledge about the tricks of the trade.

More than 700 businesses from all over the world will participate.

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