What Really Matters

The Canadian Institute for International Trade has well over 50 years of combined international business development experience and launching innovative tech start-ups .

We are at the forefront of this quickly changing economy and we work closely with our clients because we are fully committed to meeting and exceeding expectations.

We are all about helping clients to monetize technologies that will enable communities to realize their rightful place in this new, global economy.


We're a group of entrepreneurs with various backgrounds of expertise and with a Global Vision. We're here to help all of our clients and their unique needs related to the export and import of enabling technologies. No future is too big or too small for us, our goal is to simply help create a positive, profitable and SUSTAINABLE future for all of our clients and our fellow human beings. 

Here at the Canadian Institute for International Trade we understand that there are many complex issues, including cultural and geopolitical, that drive the challenges and barriers to positive change. Our job is to bridge those barriers for the mutual benefit of our tech and community partners.

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Sustainability can, and MUST be ethical and profitable


Meaningful Change? Seriously??

Innovative Water Filtration. Vertical Farming. Game-changing environmental remediation technology. Off-Grid, Low-Cost Electrical Generation and Storage. Carbon capture and sequestration. Ultra-efficient, Engaging Learning Technology. The Canadian Institute for International Trade is dedicated to empowering communities to achieve sustainable socio-economic development through enabling technologies.

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Sustainability. Energy Independence. Food Independence. Education. Quality of Life.


Globalization has been a mixed blessing for many communities in the developing world. While many have benefited from economic growth, jobs, education and modern healthcare, others languish in unsustainable urban and rural wastelands.This needs to change.