Welcome to the Canada Arizona Business Council
THE CANADA ARIZONA BUSINESS COUNCIL (CABC) is a 501(C)6 non-profit Arizona Corporation whose sole purpose is to increase bilateral trade and investment (FDI) between Canada and the State of Arizona and we do so by maintaining the highest connections across every major industry. The CABC represents the 350 Canadian companies operating in Arizona and the 150 Arizonan companies operating in Canada, as well as companies that are interested in bilateral relations.
The Council is sanctioned by both the State of Arizona and the Canadian Government, with a mission to assist and facilitate through various means and ways, the commercial and social interaction of individuals, companies, and organizations in pursuing cross border relationships to increase business, support trade growth and investments.
The Council is the voice of Arizona businesses in Canada, as well as the voice of Canadian businesses in Arizona.
Governor of Arizona Doug Ducey Endorses the Canada Arizona Business Council
Consul General of Canada James Villeneuve Endorses the Canada Arizona Business Council
CABC Responds to Negotiating Objectives Regarding Modernization of North American Free Trade Agreement with Canada and Mexico
$4.4 Billion of Bilateral Trade & Services
146,800 Arizona jobs
1+ million Canadian visitors to AZ in 2016, spending $1+ Billion
100,000 houses opened and/or rented by Canadians spending $1.4 Billion a year in Arizona
130,800 Arizonan visitors to Canada
Approximately 400 Canadian companies operating in Arizona
1,500+ locations of Canadian companies operating in Arizona
Approximately 150 Arizona companies operating in Canada
Arizona accounts for approximately $6 Billion bilateral footprint of the $1.4 Trillion between Canada & U.S.
200 direct flights weekly between Canada and Arizona
Canada is largest foreign direct investment country into Arizona
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