Rainmaker Global Business Development has seen tough times before. In the past, Western Canada has been the oasis for many companies seeking new opportunities to grow their business in new markets. When the global price of oil was strong and we had a pro-business government, this was the best place in the world to come and do business.
This has not entirely changed. Although it is more difficult in 2015 to find new projects to invest in or supply to, the sky has not fallen for businesses.
This week, Rainmaker’s CEO Clark Grue will continue to promote opportunities in Alberta to the world, with the trade mission of the Belgian Princess and business delegation in Calgary. As the Canadian Representative of AGORIA – Belgium, Clark will be presenting opportunities in Alberta’s energy market at the Power Lunch on Thursday.
Rainmaker will also be hosting a panel on New Approaches to Business in a Changing Market at the Canadian Energy Supply Chain Forum, Wednesday October 28th at the BMO Centre, to assist Alberta companies who are re-thinking their business models in these challenging times.
Having recently been appointed the Vice Chair of the American Chamber of Commerce in Canada, and representing Canadian business concerns to the G20, Mr. Grue continues to fly the Canadian flag as opportunity for the world’s companies to do business here.