A number of agencies and organizations are in place to help you get established in Edmonton.
Edmonton Global was created to promote the Edmonton region globally - to attract and retain business investment and trade. The first ever economic development corporation to represent and collaborate with 13 municipalities, Invest Alberta, Edmonton Economic Development Corporation, Alberta's Industrial Heartland, Edmonton International Airport and Edmonton Health City and Invest in Canada.
Edmonton Economic Development work with businesses throughout all stages of their evolution and growth - connecting companies with the resources needed to maximize their success. Their purpose is to cultivate the energy, innovation and investment needed to build a prosperous and resilient Edmonton economy.
Port Alberta's vision is to increase the overall competitiveness and wealth of the Edmonton region by supporting industry growth, expanding trade and investment, and improving how goods and people flow into and through the community. Port Alberta services include, Foreign Trade Zone, International Trade, Export Readiness, Logistics, Aerospace Training, and Edmonton International Airport Cargo Village.
The mandate of the Edmonton Chamber of Commerce is to actively influence Edmonton's business environment to support and promote business development. The Edmonton Chamber is the voice of business in Edmonton and lobbies three levels of government on matters of concern to specific industry sectors and to the general business community. The Edmonton Chamber is affiliated with the Alberta Chamber of Commerce and the Canadian Chamber of Commerce as part of a global business association. The Edmonton Chamber is also a member of the World Trade Centers Association.
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