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Trade Events

Helene Louvre

 

Every year the U.S. Commercial Service – France supports a number of trade shows and events in France, and across Europe and the United States. These events present excellent opportunities for U.S. companies to identify potential business partners in France.

U.S. Trade Events

Interested in meeting motivated French buyers in the United States? The U.S. Commercial Service promotes its International Buyers Program (IBP) which is active at trade events across the United States! Through this program, the U.S. Commercial Service selects a number of key, sector-specific exhibitions where we organize buyer delegations from France and across the world! Learn more about which shows will have buyer delegations from France and around the world!

The U.S. Commercial Service has a presence at each of the following prominent trade exhibitions, which are excellent venues for connecting with American suppliers. Whether you are looking to import for the first time from the United States or find additional U.S. suppliers, our office can help optimize your trade show experience and connect you with lucrative opportunities. Please contact office.paris@trade.gov for more details.

France & Europe Trade Events

Looking to explore export opportunities in France and other European markets? Consider exhibiting or visiting local trade events to explore new opportunities! Learn more about the trade events that the Commercial Service supports in Europe.


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