We are commited to promotion and trade facilitation to connect professionals, companies and organizations to support international trade with SMEs from the Pacific Region and Canada, contributing to provide opportunities to increase their growth and viability which generate sustainable economic growth for all participants.

If you are interested in joining us an Official Collaborator or Sponsor, contact us for more information.

Program Partner

The Toronto Region Board of Trade is one of the largest and most influential chambers of commerce in North America. Our constant flow of ideas, people and introductions to city-builders and government officials firmly roots us as connectors for─ and with─the business community. We act as catalysts for the region’s growth agenda, at home and on a global scale with our World Trade Centre Toronto franchise. Backed by more than 13,500 members, we advocate on your behalf for policy change that drives the growth and competitiveness of the Toronto region. We want Toronto to be recognized as one of the most competitive and sought after business regions in the world, and we believe this reputation starts with you and your business.

Gold Sponsor

FITT helps companies grow their business globally through practical international business training and certification created by business for business. Established by FITT in 1998, the CITP (Certified International Trade Professional) is the world’s first professional designation helping international trade professionals validate their level of professional competency in the field.

Learn more about FITTskills courses and workshops at

Silver Sponsor

Restaurants Canada is the voice of foodservice for the $89B Canadian market representing over 120,000 foodservice establishments including restaurants, bars, caterers, franchisors, hotels, institutions, and other foodservice businesses that serve the 22M consumers daily.  Our mission is to advance the full potential of Canada’s foodservice industry and proactively drive a strong future through leadership, advocacy, insights and research.  Our membership embodies independent operators, multi-unit/large chains and suppliers who have access to our multi-platform suite of exclusive print and digital opportunities as well as experiential events to connect and grow their business.  As a not-for-profit organization, funds raised are re-invested into foodservice professionals to help them prosper and succeed.  To learn more about Restaurants Canada visit

Official Collaborators 2019

The Canada China Trade Innovation Alliance’s mission is to generate enhanced opportunities for the promotion of bilateral trade and innovation between Canadian and Chinese businesses through the sharing of experiences and a collective wealth of knowledge and by providing access to an extensive scope of contacts and business development resources. 


The Canadian Women’s Chamber of Commerce (CanWCC) is a nationally incorporated, not-for-profit organization, dedicated to advocacy, advancement, and connection for and on behalf of women-identified entrepreneurs and business owners.  CanWCC is committed to representing the diverse voices of women entrepreneurs in Canada.



ADEX is a business institution created to represent and provide services to partner organizations such as exporters, importers and service providers to trade. Constituted by large, medium and small companies, with a common denominator, the vision of reaching ambitious business objectives.



SEEWomen is a Latin American movement, belonging to SEE Investing, which seeks to create a community of sustainable women: inspiring, educating and connecting people, companies, and communities. 


WEConnect International helps women-owned businesses succeed in global value chains.

 WEConnect International identifies, educates, registers, and certifies women's business enterprises based outside of the U.S. that are at least 51% owned, as well as managed and controlled by one or more women, and then connects them with multinational corporate buyers.


The Canadian Black Chamber of Commerce we are the first National Canadian Black Chamber of Commerce. our vision is to have every black business in every sector, province, Entrepreneur, Professional Organization and Association in Canada become a member.

We aim to connect businesses through our events; we are building relationships with a worldwide network. We work on behalf of our members to influence government that we have fair taxation, access to funding and the best infrastructure.


ICESI University through the Program of Studies of the Pacific Alliance (PEAP), since 2015 and permanently, integrates the work, ideas and experiences of academics, students and other actors who share a common interest: the study of the social, economic, political and natural aspects that take place in the geographical area that frames the Pacific Alliance, from a multidisciplinary perspective. This perspective is reinforced through the support of the Faculty of Administrative and Economic Sciences, through the Cienfi and Icecomex centers; the Faculty of Law and Social Sciences, through CIES; the Faculty of Natural Sciences, and the International Relations Department (DRI).


Since 2007, the Hispanic Business Alliance (formerly known as Association) has established its prestigious reputation as the only national Hispanic group capable of having a presence across the country to promote entrepreneurship and the image of Hispanics in Canada. Our guests meet face-to-face with some of the most influential Hispanic and non Hispanic leaders of our history. As a private sector Social Enterprise, we create social value reinvesting revenues into programs related to our goals while assuming all risks. 


The Social Ventures Zone is the home of social innovators at Canada’s most entrepreneurial university. We work with students, alumni, faculty and people from the broader community to build social ventures that create real impact.

Media Partner

At CanadianSME magazine, we target small and medium-sized business owners and entrepreneurs within Canada. Our main contributors are high-level executives who provide exclusive advice, tips and resources for SMEs. The magazine comes in both print and digital format. Our main goal and vision is to make CanadianSME more than just a magazine. We want to create a platform for entrepreneurs so whenever they need help, we become their first choice to provide them with the resources and tools they need.  


Toronto Hispano was founded in 2001 to serve the ever-growing Hispanic community, and the general public interested in Latin Culture with information about activities, events and businesses offered to the Hispanic population of Toronto.

Among other services, we offer information and event listings, newsletter subscription, promotion on Facebook, artists’ exclusive interviews, event reviews and photo galleries, business directory and SEO services, blogs and current entertainment, art, culture and community news, all in Spanish and happening in or near Toronto.

Other Collaborators

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