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Canadian Importers Forum 2004

Canadian Importers Forum 2004 was held on the afternoon of November 27, 2004 in the Residence College Hotel at 90 Gerrard St., W. Toronto. More than 300 people from the Chinese business community participated as audience. Mr. Zhang Bing Ci, Chinese Vice-Consul of Commerce attended and delivered a speech.
This forum was grateful to have quest speakers from 3 major Canadian importers: a major retail toy distributor, a textile trading companies and a craft & gifts importer and distributor.
At the Forum, each of the three invited Canadian importers made a 20-minute presentation to the Chinese audience, followed each by a question/answer period. Each of the three importers shared their importing experience with the audience. They believe that the prospect of importing from China is good, the quality of Chinese products are reliable; however there are many areas where the Chinese exporters should further improve in order to do a good job dealing with Canadian buyers. A prominent one is communication; Chinese manufacturers should pay more attention to a correct understanding of the requirements of the product production, packaging, and shipment. Furthermore, Chinese manufacturers should not promise too much while while their capabilities are limited. The Chinese audience was very interested in what these Canadian importers said and they were happy with the presentation and performance of the speakers.
After the forum ended, the speakers and some of the Chinese business people took pictures together, exchanged business cards, and engaged in networking with each other.
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