Cross Border Series 2022: Canada

Thu, Mar 24, 1:00 PM (CDT)

Join fulfillment, expansion, and trade experts for an in-depth look at the rules and regulations for selling in-and-out of Canada in 2022.

About this event

Ecommerce sales in Canada will reach 79.80 billion in 2022 according to eMarketer. By 2023, 80.1% of Canadians will be digital buyers.

For US-based ecommerce brands, expansion into Canada is typically the first logical step of cross-border selling. Its trade relationship with the United States is the world’s largest and most comprehensive. For sellers based in Canada, there are clear benefits to fulfilling orders outside of their borders.

In this webinar, we'll sit down with Michael Carroll, Co-Founder of Canusa Logistics, a full-service logistics, customs brokerage and accounting firm that helps ecommerce businesses navigate the complexities of Canadian ecommerce compliance.

We’ll also hear from Jordan Russell, a Global Sales and Expansion manager at ShipBob. Merchants are now able to ship to anywhere in the world from our Canada fulfillment center. No longer being limited to Canada alone, merchants can now reach more customers and expand their ecommerce business even further.

We’ll discuss the latest infrastructure updates, supply chain challenges, and compliance requirements to make selling to and from Canada faster, cheaper, and more profitable.

Register to learn:

  • What you need to get set up in Canada and a non-resident importer
  • Building the ideal inventory distribution strategy based on your regional needs.
  • Plus answers to all your Q&As



  • Brooke Starling

    Brooke Starling


    Product Marketing Specialist