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Expand My Business Market To American And Canadian Markets
The U.S. and Canada have the world's largest and most comprehensive trading relationship, which supports millions of jobs in each country. Since the implementation of the North American Free Trade Act, in 1994, trade between the two countries has more than doubled.

The United States and Canada share a $1.4 trillion bilateral trade and investment relationship. U.S.-Canada two-way trade in goods and services totaled nearly $759 billion in 2014. And mutual investment stock totaled nearly $698 billion.

In short, the two countries represent a dynamic market that should be of great interest to Italian and European companies that want to expand their businesses. If you’re wondering, “How to expand to Canada and market my services in Canada?” Here are five things you need to penetrate the Canadian and American market. 
Here at Orsimconsulting.com we provide you with all the best advices on how to  Expand your business in the American and Canadian market in. 

5 Ways to Grow Your Business in Canada
There are many reasons for Italian businesses to expand to Canada, especially in the Montreal and Toronto markets.

First, Canada is one of the world’s wealthiest nations with a high standard of living and quality of life. Its highly developed mixed economy is the 10th largest GDP in the world by nominal. And earlier this year, its economy outdid second-quarter expectations by a large margin, with growth at an annual rate of 4.5%, giving Canada its best start to a calendar year since 2002.

In taking advantage of this economy, not only are Toronto and Montreal natural markets for Italian businesses – as the country’s two largest cities – but they are home to a significant population of Canadians of Italian ancestry. This makes it in your best interest to expand overseas and penetrate the Canadian market.

According to the 2011 census, nearly 1,500,000 Canadian residents are of Italian background. The majority live in Ontario, almost 900,000, while more than 300,000 live in Quebec. About 260,250 Italian Canadians are Italian-born immigrants, with 407,485 speaking Italian as their mother tongue.

To take advantage of this natural market, here are five ways to grow your business in Canada....