Todd Burns, President of Cypher Environmental, was recently invited to be an expert panelist at the Go Global Event, held at the Radisson Hotel in Downtown Winnipeg, on April 8th, 2015. The event was attended by Canada’s Minister of International Trade, the Honorable Ed Fast, as well as representatives from all the Government of Canada export support agencies such as Canada’s Trade Commissioner Service, Export Development Canada, the Business Development Bank of Canada and the Canadian Commercial Corporation. Since Cypher Environmental has such a diverse history of global exports, we have extensive experience in dealing with all four organizations and therefore were one of only two companies requested to discuss our experiences. We got a chance to talk about Cypher Environmental’s entry into exporting our soil stabilization (Earthzyme), dust control (Dust Stop) and water remediation (Ultrazyme) solutions, and our history in dealing with all of the aforementioned Canadian export support agencies.
Canada has recently concluded free trade agreements with 38 countries, including the European Union with its 500 million consumers, and South Korea, Canada’s first trade agreement in Asia. Together Canada’s trade agreements provide Canadian businesses with preferential access to more than half of the global market place. Therefore our discussion revolved around Cypher Environmental’s experiences in utilizing some of these trade agreements to our benefit and shared some insight into how companies interested in getting involved in exporting may take advantage of these benefits to get started with the exporting of their technologies.
Cypher Environmental is a proud Canadian company and is always happy to help out at events such as this. Pictured here is Todd on the stage taking part in the presentation.