2019 Canadian creative industries trade mission to Latin America

Join Canadian Heritage on its second departmental trade mission. The mission will focus on Latin America, and more particularly Mexico, Colombia and Argentina from February 10 to 19, 2019. In addition to advancing business-to-business networking opportunities in the creative industries, the mission will foster a greater understanding of the Latin American business environment and its opportunities and challenges.

Mission objectives

Establish and build relationships with governmental counterparts and key organizations (i.e. Pacific Alliance States, Mercosur and Ibero-American States) in order to secure Canada as a partner of creative industries, trade and culture, and advocate for Canadian creative industries to foreign governments.

Facilitate market entry for high-potential, export-ready Canadian creative sector small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs).
Increase the visibility and profile of companies already established in the Latin American market.
Targeted sectors

The trade mission is targeted to sectors that present opportunities to leverage existing networks, play to Canada's strengths, and have complementarity with the Latin American market. The following six business clusters are being projected but are not limited to for the trade delegation:

- film/audio-visual (including animation and visual effects);
- video games and virtual reality/augmented reality (VR/AR);
- music;
- digital content for public/creative spaces/museums;
- performing arts; and
- books.

Who should participate?

The 2019 Creative Industries Trade Mission to Latin America will be tailored to Canadian businesses that are seasoned exporters and have high potential and readiness for the Latin American market – essential for the trade mission to be successful.

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Source: Canadian Heritage / Patrimoine canadien

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