Technology changes the world daily—is your information and communication technology business in the global mix? Keep your company growing by devising or expanding your international export strategy. From Brazil to China, from Korea to Europe, the opportunities for your information and communication technology products and services are almost endless.
The U.S. Department of Commerce’s International Trade Administration (ITA) Information and Communication Technology Team provides international market research, business leads, and promotional events tailored to information and communication technology companies. Our programs support U.S. product and service exports related to:
The ITA Information and Communication Technology team is here to help you:
For upcoming webinars, international and domestic events, check out Upcoming Trade Events.
Below are links to view trade data snapshots for selected NAICS codes. Additional trade data is available through the TradeStats Express Database.
View a list of Domestic Trade Specialists who can assist you with your ICT exports.
View a list of our International Commercial Specialists who can assist with your ICT exports.
Take action now: Contact an information and communication technology trade specialist, explore upcoming events and trade leads, and sign up for email updates. We look forward to working with you!
|Market Alert: Learn About Changes to New EU Laws on Nanomaterials -- Apparel, Composite Materials, Computers/Peripherals, Advanced Ceramics, Electronics Industry Prod/Test Eq., Electronic Components, Laboratory Scientific Instruments, Mining Industry Eq., Printing/Graphic Arts Eq., Robotics|
|Pre-Register for this event|
The U.S. Commercial Service to the EU will host a webinar on September 18, 2013 for U.S. manufacturers and users of nanomaterials that will discuss upcoming changes to EU legislation that will impact these companies' abilities to export products to the region.
For this webinar, the Commercial Service at the U.S. Mission to the European Union is fortunate to call on the legal and scientific expertise of the American-based law firm Steptoe & Johnson.
Their lawyers and scientists will address the following issues:
• How does the European Union define nanomaterials for regulatory purposes?
• What regulatory requirements must manufacturers of nanomaterials comply with?
• What regulatory requirements must companies using nanomaterials in their products comply with?
• How do U.S. exporters ensure that their products are compliant?
|Patricia Gonzalez, European Union|
Deputy Senior Commercial Officer
|Matthew Kopetski, European Union|
|James Lindley, New Orleans|
Phone: (504) 589 6702
|Dusan Marinkovic, Indianapolis|
Senior International Trade Specialist
|Mark Russell, Lisbon|
Senior Commercial Officer