Good afternoon, everyone. Thank you so much for being here.
It's good to hear from a diversity of voices talking about young entrepreneurs, women and local chambers.
I want to address my first question to Mr. Naidu. It's nice to see you, Rakesh, from our wonderful, vibrant chamber down in Windsor—Essex. I know how successful we have been and will be under your new presidency.
I want to talk about the communication, because I think the heart of what we're talking about here is the way we communicate with our members—the way our members are wishing to be communicated with, both when times are good and they're looking for opportunities and when times are difficult.
For us, in Windsor—Essex and southwestern Ontario, the steel and aluminum tariffs have hit us quite devastatingly. We know now that a 232 decision has been submitted to the President of the United States around the auto tariffs. We don't know what the decision will be yet, but we know it could bring very widespread devastation.
It really is about the communication on both of those levels. I hear that a lot of groups—and we've heard from other witnesses about SMEs—are doing wonderful things in their own silos. It's good that you're working together and we hear of a partnership, but I really want to hear from you of a way that we could streamline this so that we have a program available across the country to everyone who is looking for this information and simply can't find it.
I'm asking you, what should this export training look like, and how should it be financed and delivered?