• International Trade


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  • Memorandums Of Understanding


    The Brampton Board of Trade's strategic alliance with the CPBC is the first of many steps to help our members prosper in emerging markets like Pakistan. Recognizing that Brampton is competing in a highly competitive global economy, the Brampton Board of Trade signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the CPBC in early November of 2011 with the goal of promoting mutually beneficial two-way trade between Pakistan and Brampton.


    The Brampton Board of Trade signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Kocaeli Chamber of Industry (KSO) in early May 2015. The purpose if the agreement was to promote mutually beneficial trade between the two parties. The partnership with KSO encourages expansion and diversification of trade between Brampton and Kocaeli

  • International Trade Committee

    The Board of Trade's International Trade Committee supports Brampton businesses exporting to and looking to expand to international markets. They actively work with the Board's partners to identify industries and sectors interested in building trade relationships with Brampton businesses.

    The International Trade Committee meets the last Thursday of every month from 8:30-10 a.m. For more information contact Amanda Thomas at athomas@bramptonbot.com

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  • Kanwar Dhanjal, Char
    International Trade Committee

  • Brampton Board of Trade is Leading A Healthcare & Life Science Mission To Dubai

    The Board of Trade is partnering with Toronto Region Board of Trade and World Trade Centre to lead a mission to Dubai in January 2017.

    Participants will have the opportunity to:

    - Access opportunities and partnerships in UAE’s growing healthcare and life sciences market.
    - Network at the 2017 Arab Health Exhibition & Congress
    - Connect one-on-one with UAE global businesses
    - Explore over 4,000 of the world’s leading healthcare companies from 70 countries
    - Get a snapshot of key opportunities that exist in this market.

    Why UAE?

    - The Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region’s healthcare sector is predicted to be worth $144 billion by 2020 (Al Masah Capital 2014 report)
    - This rapid growth is creating new opportunities in the health and science sector.
    - The Arab Health Exhibition is one of the largest healthcare exhibition in the world, boasting more than 4,000 companies and over 130,000 health professionals attending in 2016.
    - Dubai has secured a position as healthcare pioneers in various medical sectors through state of the art facilities, advanced infrastructure and implementation of regulatory processes and international best practices
     -Pharmaceuticals industry within UAE. is expected to grow 14.5%, reaching $3.58B USD by 2019. The Medical Devices industry grew by 11% from 2009-2012 and is also positioned for significant growth.

    For more information contact:

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    ​Myram Francisque

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