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    Invitation to participate on webinar 

    "Intellectual Property Foundations for Women Entrepreneurs"

    Are you a woman entrepreneur who has always wanted to learn how to protect your Intellectual Property in Canada?

    Then this is the webinar for you!

    Learn the differences between: Trade Secrets, Patents, Industrial Designs, Trademarks and Copyrights.

    Learn what is an Intellectual Property Strategy, and how to create one of your own. 

    Learn about the resources available to you as a women entrepreneur from the Canadian Intellectual Property Office.


    Don't miss this must attend webinar!

    Presentation:Caroline Lefebvre, Business and Partnership Development Officer (Québec) for the Canadian Intellectual Property Office (CIPO)

    Date: April 12, 2017 

    Time: 10:00 am EDT (Ottawa Time)

    Cost: Free

    Prior to the Webinar:

    • New to TFO Canada? Click here to register your exporter profile
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    • Experienced exporters are invited to complete Step 2 and 3 in order to promote product offers to Canadian importers

    Your Speaker: Caroline Lefebvre, Business and Partnership Development Officer (Québec) for the Canadian Intellectual Property Office (CIPO)


    Caroline Lefebvre has been the Business and Partnership Development Officer (Québec) for the Canadian Intellectual Property Office (CIPO) since 2007. As such, she raises awareness, informs and trains various groups, such as entrepreneurs, inventors, professors and students on the importance of an adequate intellectual protection.
    She is a Political Sciences graduate form the University of Ottawa, and has also worked in various sectors of the federal government. Her experience led her to promote, among other issues, Canadian expertise in sustainable development in emerging countries, foreign investments in Canada or the importance of the quality of web content.
    Throughout her career, she has developed a strong expertise in project and event management, and also on building strategic partnerships, and in marketing.



    Celebrating the Work of Our Community Partners



    Renewable Energy
    Award Winner




    Oct. 27, 2017 - Eric Williams, Grenlec's Transmission and Distribution Manager, accepting CREF's

    Grenlec was recently awarded the “Best Distributed Generation Project” award for its recent multi-site solar photovoltaic installations in Grenada. The Caribbean Renewable Energy Forum (CREF) award recognises project execution excellence in the Caribbean.

    Grenlec’s award-winning 937 kW solar project consists of multiple rooftop, car port, and ground-mount solar installations in Grand Anse, Queen’s Park, Plains –
    St. Patrick.

    The project represents an innovative approach to increasing solar energy generation. These Grenlec installations together with customer-owned systems will help stabilise electricity prices for a more sustainable future, while overcoming the challenge of securing suitable, available land for renewable energy projects.

    For more information, please visit our website.

    Grand Anse Facility Solar Installations

    Queen's Park Facility

    Plains, St. Patrick




    Call us at 237 or 440-2097








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    MARCH 14TH 2018






    The Grenada Chamber of Industry and Commerce extends congratulations to Dr. Keith Mitchell and the NNP on their victory at the polls on March 13th 2018. The people have spoken and given their overwhelming support to the New National Party. This mandate to govern comes with the expectation of responsible inclusive governance. The people of the State of Grenada will continue to monitor the development of our nation and zealously guard our sovereignty, rights and freedoms.


    The Chamber takes this opportunity also, to congratulate all parties for ensuring a peaceful process in the execution of our people’s constitutional rights.The Chamber calls on all stakeholders to work together to ensure sustainable development of our tri-island state, and pledges its continued support.




    Petipha Lewis-Smith (Ms.)

    Executive Director

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    Grenada, West Indies
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