International Travel and Investment tour coming to Fort St. John

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While there, the representatives will meet with local companies to build partnerships and relationships with B.C. businesses in key sectors, including natural gas and energy.

The tour will include the eight heads of British Columbia’s Trade and Investment Representative Offices from Tokyo, Seoul, Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Bangalore, San Francisco and London. It includes dialogues with businesses, municipalities, and First Nations groups about international opportunities and government services they can access.

The International Trade and Investment Representatives make local introductions to potential buyers, investors, and other in-market partners. They help companies identify opportunities and offer assistance in making the right investment decisions.

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This is the fourth Roadshow and completes a cross-province tour including stops in the Kootenays, the Northeast, and Northern Vancouver Island.

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