Are You Ready for Paths-to-market for Canada’s Public Safety and Security Marketplace? Benefit from CATA’s 55 Page Research Report for insights into opportunities and obstacles
January 8, 2014

Now available, a comprehensive report prepared by CATAAlliance on the Canadian public safety market offering details on its size, composition, technology use and trends, and recommendations for accessing the market.

The 55-page report, titled Securing Business In a Secure Canada was prepared with the support of New Zealand Trade and Enterprise for the original purpose of providing companies who wish to enter the Canadian public safety market with a clearer understanding of the opportunities, obstacles, and priorities, while also offering practical recommendations on how to best sell into it. 

How to Access the Research Report?

The CATAAlliance Restricted  web site provides one stop access to information and analysis covering almost every sector of the economy, including tax credits, executive leadership, business growth, performance management, security, green technology, healthcare, innovation, manufacturing, and security. 

Members benefit from being first in line to easily access White Papers, Surveys, Educational videos, MP3 files, Conference materials and related resources relevant to their interests

++ Action Required:
In order to gain access to this Restricted web site, and obtain a copy of Securing Business in a Secure Canada,  please contact CATA CEO, John Reid at

CATAAlliance MEMO 

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Dear Private & Public Sector executives, Community Leaders & Students

CATAAlliance(, as Canada largest high tech association and recognized competitive innovation nation champion, has opened up its core Social Media Network on LinkedIn in order to enable you to benefit from and add to conversations on innovation, entrepreneurship and leadership.

8000 executives are currently on this Network all working together as the eyes and ears of what’s happening in our innovation community. Think of it as a collective with community members informing you about opportunities and risks.

Interested/? Then please join the moderated CATA Social Media Group at:

And then add to the current conversations, post your own questions, recommend research studies and white papers, tap into career opportunities and let us know about important events and services.

Thank you for your interest and engagement in advancing Canada as a competitive innovation nation.

Yours truly,

John Reid, CATAAlliance CEO