There is Still Time to Apply for Canada’s Trade Accelerator Program (TAP)


published 10/05/2022

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There's still time to apply for Canada’s Trade Accelerator Program (TAP). TAP is an innovative and dynamic program aimed at helping Manitoba’s small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) overcome barriers to exporting. The WTC Winnipeg is pleased to offer TAP in Manitoba, a program that has rapidly gained momentum across Canada, and a reputation of achieving real results, fast.

Through its partners, TAP gives companies access to top exporting advisors, resources and contacts - including Thompson Dorfman Sweatman LLP. Companies are given the opportunity to work with industry leaders to build a comprehensive Export Plan and then begin its implementation.

WTC Winnipeg encourages companies to take advantage of this unique opportunity to accelerate their firm’s growth and export capacity. The services and visibility offered through TAP Canada are valued at approximately $25,000.

As one of TAP’s partners, TDS lawyers participating in the program include:

Silvia de Sousa (Intellectual Property)
Doug Forbes (Business Law)
Leilani Kagan, K.C. (Tax Law and Panel Moderator)
Jen McRae (Business Immigration)
Rob Olson (Labour & Employment)

This extensive program is offered to Manitoba businesses for only $995-$1995 + GST.

For more information click here: Trade Accelerator Program | WORLD TRADE CENTRE Winnipeg (

To apply click here: TAP Canada Application Form | WORLD TRADE CENTRE Winnipeg (

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