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NATI Export Program
The NATI Export Program, an initiative funded by the Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency (ACOA), assists companies in Newfoundland and Labrador by:
- Identifying, supporting and funding export opportunities in international markets;
- introducing companies to in-market contacts through NATI's extensive network;
- delivering educational events focused on export growth opportunities;
- supporting outbound conferences trade show participation; and
- identifying and engaging inbound consultants to work with the local technology sector.
Export Internship Program
Through this cost-shared (75% NATI - 25% NL company) program, companies benefit from international trade assistance and receive the services of a post-secondary graduate for 12 months. With support from the Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency (ACOA) the program offers career opportunities for NL post-secondary graduates, and provides potential and existing exporters with quality trade advisory services.
For more information, please contact Natasha Hudson, Business Development Coordinstor at email@example.com or 757-3253
As a local software development and consulting firm, we strongly value our relationship with NATI as we strategize on exporting our software product and services on a global front. We admire their mission to support and improve the technology business climate in the province of Newfoundland and Labrador, and we’ve been an active member for the past 10 years. In particular, we have participated in the Export Program, and are impressed with the professionalism and expertise the employees at NATI demonstrate. The efforts and member dedication from them has allowed us to gain the necessary resources we need by hiring talented professionals to join the sales and marketing teams. By doing so, this enables us to pursue markets within Canada, the US, South America, and Europe. Those talented individuals hired under the Program have broadened the research scope within the technology sector, and have helped us integrate partnerships with large software companies worldwide. We are very pleased to be involved in NATI’s Export Program.
Kevin Duggan, CEO
Camouflage Software Inc.