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BBD signs new partner for Canada

May 20, 2013

BBD News,International

Brenner Business Development (BBD), has signed a strategic partnering agreement with Pegasus Global Initiatives out of Brantford, ON, which will allow the firm to better serve the needs of its clients who are looking for help with market entry into Canada.

”I am extremely excited to have Geoff Green, president of Pegasus Global Initiatives (PGI), as a strategic business development partner on board to help open the doors to the Canadian marketplace.

Pegasus Global Initiatives is a Canadian corporation, which supports international companies entering the Canadian/North American markets or North American companies entering European and Australian markets to develop new or expand existing markets through strategic alliances. Geoff Green, the founder of PGI, brings over 30 years of international business experience including 19 years as the Senior Business Consultant for the Ministry of Economic & Trade for the province of Ontario.

The firm specializes in: Manufactured equipment and products, Alternate energy, Biotech, Oil (particularly oil sands) and resources industries, Environmental technology and new technology.

BBD’s founder, Mark Lesselroth, has experience in business development within a wide range of industries – from financial and pharmaceuticals, to telecommunications, building construction and medical devices. While BBD’s core focus is on promoting bilateral trade between the USA and German speaking countries (Germany, Austria and Switzerland), the firm has come to appreciate the value that other consulting firms can bring to the table, when trying to help an existing or new clients expand into other foreign markets.

Geoff Green remarked, “Pegasus and BBD, working together, can offer American and European clients a global reach, enabling them to access markets and extend supply chains worldwide.”

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