a day of individual b2b meetings (November 18th) for the visiting Italian food companies: Olitalia, Molisana, Mulino Caputo. Delegates.Continue reading
B2B Meeting with SAN MARTINO VINI
[:en]The Italian Chamber of Commerce in Canada – West is pleased to host delegates from San Martino Vini in Vancouver from OCT 17 to OCT 19 and will be present at our upcoming Flavours of Italy tasting event on OCT 19. The delegates will be here to discuss agency and distribution opportunities for the region of British Columbia.[:it]The Italian Chamber of Commerce in Canada – West is pleased to host delegates from San Martino Vini in Vancouver from OCT 17 to OCT 19 and will be present at our upcoming Flavours of Italy tasting event on OCT 19. The delegates will be meeting with interested wine merchants and distributors to find the right wine agents for the region of British Columbia.[:]Continue reading
Bringing the Best of Venice Craftsmanship to Vancouver (INNVeneto)
Within the program INNVeneto, the Italian Chamber of Commerce in Canada West in partnership with Venetica Coop. hosted representatives from two established Venetian Lighting companies: Mr. Marco Borile of Sogni Di Cristallo and Mr. Francesco Belloni of Italamp. During this successful trade mission, through the hosted events and meetings by the Italian Chamber of Commerce in Canada West, representatives met with potential distributors, partners, interested architects, interior designers as well as construction developers.
We hope that our guests enjoyed their stay in Vancouver as much as we enjoyed hosting them.
Thank you INNVeneto for making this possible!
Import / Distribution Opportunity: Face to Face with KIWINY
Italian Chamber of Commerce in Canada West will be hosting in Vancouver on September 20th-21st the company Kiwiny.
The company commercializes annually about 1,000-1,300 tons of organic kiwis and aims to reach 2,000 tons within the next three years. The Kiwiny line of products feature kiwi pulp smoothies which come in three flavours:
- ‘Pure’ 0avours, with 80% kiwi,
- ‘Red’, with kiwi and apple, and
- ‘Yellow’, with kiwi and pear.
The line also contains three jams with the same range of flavours and four summer juices, which combine kiwi with classic flavours such as apple, pear and banana or exotic notes of coconut, pineapple and spicy ginger. Around 80% of the firm’s products are exported, of which half goes to Europe. The rest is exported overseas, despite the various phytosanitary barriers.
Interested food importers, distributors, and retailers who like to work with an experienced exporter of quality organic fruits can meet face to face with the company senior representatives through scheduled meetings.
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To schedule your meeting with Kiwiny in Vancouver or for more information, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 604 6821410.
Villa Pinciana – B2B Meetings
BEYOND THE HILLS, THE RED TUSCAN LAND MEETS THE SEA
The Italian Chamber of Commerce in Canada – West is organizing B2B meetings with Italianwinemaker –Villa Pinciana. Merging respect for the land with a modern approach to their craft, the winemakers of Villa Pinciana invite you to sample the evolution of wines from Maremma and meet with them in person.
The Chamber will select Canadian wine importers and agents interested in setting up a B2B meeting with Villa Pinciana in order to discuss potential collaborations and new business opportunities. The company will be in Vancouver on July 29th, 30th and 31st.
If you are interested in receiving additional information about Villa Pinciana and set up business meeting with the company’ representatives, please contact
604 682 1410 or email@example.com.
Villa Pinciana ( www.villapinciana.com ) is an estate of 54 hectares, part of which are dedicated to the vineyards. The company is focusing on cultivating indigenous varietals such as Sangiovese, Vermentino and Pugnitello to emphasize the origin and the link with the territory, combined with the main international varieties such as the Cabernet, Syrah, and Viognier.