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SEUS-Canada Alliance to kick off joint meeting in Mobile

MOBILE, Alabama — Business leaders from across Canada and the Southeastern U.S. will gather in Mobile next week to seek new trade and investment opportunities and continue to build on already strong partnerships.

The 11th Annual Southeastern United States – Canadian Provinces (SEUS-CP) Alliance Conference kicks off Sunday in the Port City, with more than 240 participants from the public and private sectors expected to attend.

Alabama’s role as host of the conference is a chance to showcase the state, as well as the entire Southeastern U.S., as a premiere place to do business, said Greg Canfield, secretary of the Alabama Department of Commerce.

“We are excited to welcome the SEUS Canada delegates and show off the dynamic global business community that is flourishing in Mobile and across the state,” he said.

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