What we offer
Duggan International Group has a proven track record of meeting strict timelines and demonstrated ability to deliver results in a dynamic environment with frequently changing priorities, timelines and other situations.
Darlene Duggan works very closely with businesses to help them attain their short and long terms sales and expansion goals. Darlene Duggan also is in contact and works for municipal, provincial and federal government departments involved in economic development and investment.
Maritimes Energy Association (OTANS), Halifax Chamber of Commerce, Atlantic Food & Beverage Processors Association, Tourism Industry Association of Nova Scotia, Centre for Women in Business, Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association.Special Discounts for Association Members
A few words about us
Over the last eight years the Duggan International Group has assisted countless companies in developing their businesses and reaching new markets. We create business operational and organizational plans, branding initiatives, marketing strategies, international trade activities, prepare studies & reports, lead generation, organize trade missions, communications and events. We offer training in CRM, data base management, sales, tourism and others upon request. The company has enjoyed growth and has developed a network of satellite offices around the world.
Duggan International Group was created in 2004, shortly after Darlene Duggan worked as a trade commissioner for the Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade. Darlene Duggan has over 20 years experience in business planning, public relations and communications, sales and marketing, international trade relations and strategic initiatives. Darlene Duggan, President, graduated from Mount Saint Vincent University in 1989 with a bachelor’s degree in public relations. In 2001, she completed her certificate in International Trade from George Brown College of Applied Arts & Technology, Toronto, ON. Darlene has worked for the Maritime Life Assurance Company, Labatt Breweries of Canada, Industry Canada/The Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade, Environment Canada and the Ballard Cohl Labatt Corp. Darlene has worked and continues to work with closely with EDC, CCC, Canada Customs & Revenue Agency, ACOA, CME, trade officers with the Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade Team Canada Atlantic and other provincial trade teams, US and British Consulates.
Business to Business Mission, Canada to Brazil, OTC Brasil 2011
Best Practices in Experiential Tourism and Product Tours in Vermont, USA for Taste of Nova Scotia, ACOA and the Nova Scotia Department of Economic and Rural Development and Tourism
Maritime Life Assurance Annual Sales Conference, Greece and Italy
Energy Program Strategy Curriculum for Cape Breton University
Commmunications Framework and Analysis Community Business Development Corporation, CBDC PEI
Best Practices in Economic Development of a Depressed Community Through Tourism Initiatives. Best Practices in Experiential Tourism & Product Tours USA.
Mystery Shopping Evaluation of Customer Service and Visitor Experiences - Parks Canada Agency