The Thompson Chamber of Commerce hosted World Trade Centre Winnipeg Information Officer Nicole Fontaine, who updated members at the Nov. 23 meeting on the services and recent activities of WTC Winnipeg.
Growth in Manitoba’s economy is forecast to reach 1.7 per cent for 2016 and will improve to 2.0 per cent in 2017 propelled by a positive outlook in key manufacturing sectors and a ramp-up in investment spending, the conference board said in a press release.
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The Canada-Korea Free Trade Agreement (CKFTA) is opening doors to new business.
Organizers say tens of millions of dollars of potential business was generated last week on the floor of the RBC Convention Centre, making the latest version of Centrallia another big success.
Before Centrallia was even over, one Winnipeg firm knew they had tens of millions of dollars of business within reach thanks to the world’s best business-to-businesses speed dating conference, and similar stories are flowing into the host’s office at the World Trade Centre Winnipeg.
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Connections from the local Filipino community, a partnership between a northern Manitoba First Nation and a South Korean engineering company, and a tribal king from Ghana will provide some of the storylines among the delegates attending the Centrallia conference in Winnipeg starting today.