The U.S. & Foreign Commercial Service - Global Franchise Team is pleased to once again partner with the International Franchise Association (IFA) to bring you expert advice from U.S. Embassy Franchise Specialists from Brazil, India, Spain and UAE and to discuss our Services Worldwide.
During the International Franchise Annual Convention, February 20-23, 2016, in San Antonio, Texas, we are offering US attendees the special opportunity to schedule private meetings where you can discuss and plan your international growth strategy, and receive a market evaluation for your brand or concept from experts who have helped many U.S. Franchisors achieve success!
- Appointment times for this unique and highly popular program do fill up quickly. REGISTER NOW via the form below.
Your opportunity to have an in-depth discussion about trends in these pro U.S. Franchise markets, the U.S. & Foreign Commercial Service and how to take advantage of them is here! Through the consultations you will learn about:
- Your concepts entry and growth potential in the previous listed markets and their surrounding regions.
- Challenges and unique opportunities in the marketplace
- Recent revisions to franchise laws & regulations
- How to be successful in these markets by leveraging the U.S. & Foreign Commercial Service to help you find investors, solve problems, create a launch event in market, discuss next steps, etc.
If you are interested in private one-on-one appointments please fill out the form below. All meetings will be 30 - 60 minutes long and held on the Convention site. Your confirmation of appointments along with time, date and room location will be e-mailed to you on or about February 15th. Please feel free to include any specific questions you may have in your registration form.
For more information contact:
Jennifer Loffredo, Commercial Service, Director of Franchising
Ph: 248-452-2254 * Jennifer.Loffredo@trade.gov
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