Welcome to the International Healthcare Technologies webpage.
Healthcare is a steadily growing industry with an approximate value of $117.4 billion exported from the U.S. in 2011, which has risen almost 26% since 2007. With the recent rapid growth of emerging markets such as Brazil, Russia, India and China there exists a tremendous opportunity for U.S. companies to successfully expand into the international arena.
The Healthcare Team of the U.S. Commercial Service is dedicated to enhancing the global competitiveness of the U.S. health industry, expanding its market access, and increasing exports. It accomplishes this through a variety of resources and services for U.S. companies such as Webinars, Gold Key and Platinum Key Services. The team, comprised of trade specialists from throughout the U.S. and from U.S. Embassies around the world, provides:
In-Depth Market Data and Statistics
Creating Market Entry Strategies
Identifying and Evaluating potential partners
Regulations and Customs Navigation
In addition to our many services, the Healthcare Team specializes in using both Domestic and International Trade Shows as turnkey events to help foster new business relationships and expand the international presence of U.S. firms by attracting country experts and international buyers.
|Stopfakes.gov Road Show - Intelectual Property Rights Seminar for Exporters -- Architectural/Constr./Engineering SVC, Apparel, Books/Periodicals, Biotechnology, Computer Software, Drugs/Pharmaceuticals, Jewelry, Medical Eq., Renewable Energy Eq., Toys/Games|
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The Fashion Institute of Technology Department of International Trade and Marketing, the Department of Commerce's Office of Intellectual Property Rights, the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, the U.S. Commercial Service, and the New York District Export Council, cordially invite you to attend the STOPfakes.gov Road Show, an Intellectual Property Rights Enforcement Outreach Program. This is an opportunity to learn the basics of intellectual property rights (IPR) protection and about the U.S. government resources available to help small- and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) protect their IPR at home and abroad. This three-hour program will feature presentations by intellectual property experts and law enforcement officials, followed by an open discussion with experts from industry and government.
|Carmela Mammas, New York|