Business operators across the province will have an opportunity to learn more about exports at a series of events taking place on Wednesday, Nov. 21. The export events are being organized by Trade Team Nova Scotia, a partnership of federal, provincial and private-sector representatives dedicated to helping Nova Scotia companies export products and services globally. “Nova Scotia has the infrastructure, educated workforce and accessibility for the movement of goods and people to support strong exports,” said Minister of Economic Development Angus MacIsaac. “Government continues to promote and facilitate export expansion through the trade team and Nova Scotia’s export strategy — Going Global, Staying Local — all of which creates economic prosperity for our province.” Sydney-based manufacturer Protocase, a Nova Scotia “Come to life” charter member, has become a multi-million dollar business over the past six years through exports. The company delivers custom electronic enclosures, cutouts, mounting hardware, powder coating and silk screening to customers across North America. Clients range from small enterprises to Fortune 500 companies. “Exporting is the only way to realize the high growth potential of our company,” said Steve Lilley, Protocase president and CEO. “Exporting means wealth generation, not just for the company, but for our community.” The export events will take place in Sydney, Cornwallis, Halifax, Dartmouth, Truro and Wolfville. For more information on these events, trade resources and programs, visit the Trade Team Nova Scotia website at www.tradeteamnovascotia.com .