Canadian eLearning Enterprise Alliance Creates Task Force on International Trade and Emerging Markets

Today the Canadian eLearning Enterprise Alliance (CeLEA) created a Task Force on International Trade and Emerging Markets with Chair Gary Stairs, President and CEO Stellar Learning and Vice Chair Dana Fox, Founder and Vice Chair ClevrU Corporation, to study and prepare strategies for marketing and exporting knowledge from Canada to emerging markets like China, India and Brazil.

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Fredericton, NB (PRWEB) June 13, 2013

Today the Canadian eLearning Enterprise Alliance (CeLEA) created a Task Force on International Trade and Emerging Markets with Chair Gary Stairs, President and CEO Stellar Learning and Vice Chair Dana Fox, Founder and Vice Chair ClevrU Corporation, to study and prepare strategies for marketing and exporting knowledge from Canada to emerging markets like China, India and Brazil.

Gary Stairs, Co-Chair Canadian eLearning Enterprise Alliance stated, “Dana will provide leadership for members interested in expanding their presence in emerging markets and provide an interface with the federal government as they increase marketing of education in Canada. Dana has a wonderful working relationship with the federal government and its team of Trade Commission staff around the world.”

Gary Stairs went on to say, ”Canada has a rich history in helping emerging markets with education and we are thrilled to attract best in class talent like Dana Fox to join our Task Force on International Trade and Emerging Markets as we work with members in K-12, Universities and Colleges across Canada and deliver it online to emerging markets.”

The Canadian eLearning Enterprise Alliance will operate out of mLAB Canada in Fredericton with i-Canada and First Mobile Education, creating an ed-tech cluster in New Brunswick.


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