The 22nd Annual International Business Forum and Networking Night
Join us for the premier international event of the year!
February 17*, 2016 4pm-8:30pm
(Snow date February 18th - please check this website posting on February 16 for date confirmation)
Cost: $45 members ($60 for non-members & at the door)

RSVP here by February 10th

Hear from Diplomats around the world pitch to Boston’s businesses why you should do business in their country-and how they can help you do it! This event attracts New England companies involved in international business.  The evening features a global trade and economic outlook forum and a resource center with many international trade associations and government agencies presenting informative exhibits.

Meet corporate executives and other professionals interested in world trade—while learning about the vast resources available to help your company's international business.

A limited number of exhibit tables are available for $700. To book yours, please contact the BABCNE office asap at business@babcne.org

HANNOVER MESSE – A WORLD OF OPPORTUNITY ALL AT ONE TRADE SHOW!
April 25-29, 2016
Hannover, Germany

The United States is the Partner Country for HANNOVER MESSE 2016, the world’s leading trade fair for industrial technology. This means unmatched international exposure for U.S. companies and economic development organizations (EDOs) participating as exhibitors in the U.S. Pavilion. Connect to business opportunities across industrial automation, energy, digital factory, industrial supply, and research and technology sectors. For more information on CS services and the US as the partner country, click here

APBO Conference
April 18-19, 2016
Millennium Biltmore Hotel, Los Angeles
Early Registration Fee: $799 (until March 18)
Regular Registration Fee: $949 (until April 8)
Final Week Registration Fee: $1099 (until April 15)


More than just a business conference, the Asia/Pacific Business Outlook (APBO) is a comprehensive networking and learning experience that provides business leaders with the key contacts and up-to-date intelligence to succeed in Asia/Pacific markets. Since 1988 the Marshall School of Business at the University of Southern California and the U.S. Department of Commerce have been producing APBO, to help leaders of U.S. businesses access and expand their exports in the Asia/Pacific marketplace. For more details, please visit www.apboconference.com.

Discover Global Markets: The Americas
June 14-16, 2016
Ft. Lauderdale, Florida

  • Meet one-on-one with U.S. Commercial Diplomats visiting from abroad
  • Participate in panel discussions on the latest industry trends
  • Identify new and emerging markets of opportunity ahead of your competition
  • Learn about U.S. export programs designed to cut your time to market
  • Network with U.S. trade officials, leading private sector experts and like-minded U.S. businesses active in overseas markets

Discover Global Markets: Healthcare Connections
September 13-15, 2016
Seattle, Washington

  • C-level executives responsible for understanding the global outlook for the industry and upcoming market opportunities
  • Sales and marketing professionals responsible for acting quickly on market demands, foreign tenders, and trade leads
  • Regulatory professionals responsible for understanding country approval frameworks
  • Investors and professional advisors

Discover Global Markets: Building Smart Cities
November 1-3, 2016
Chicago, Illinois



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