Exporting for creative industries
Canada’s creative sector creates sustainable jobs and has tremendous potential for growth through export as the demand for Canada’s high-quality creative products and services is increasing worldwide.
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We support creative industries in achieving international business objectives through the Creative Export Strategy.
Exporting abroad requires skills and knowledge. Browse through these steps and learn what you need to carry out a successful global expansion.
Identify the best international markets for your creative products or services.
On-the-ground assistance can greatly improve the odds of turning your ideas into business opportunities. Field support helps you navigate the subtleties of networking, identify potential buyers and develop partnerships in target markets.
We provide a number of funding opportunities to support your export objectives. Discover our main funding programs here.
Intellectual property (IP) rights give you the ability to control, be recognized, and get paid fairly for your work. It also protects against unauthorized use. IP protections vary from country to country. Learn why you need to enter foreign markets armed with an IP strategy.
Learn about the basics of trade regulations, rules and agreements, and how they impact your business and exports.
As a signatory to the agreement naming Canada as Guest of Honour at the 2020 Frankfurt Book Fair, the Department of Canadian Heritage is involved in all aspects of organizing, coordinating and promoting the cultural initiatives being developed as part of the event.
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