Local Trade Events

Through a unique, federal global network of knowledgeable Trade and Commercial Specialist, the U.S. Commercial Service in Pittsburgh is able to offer export-related trade events throughout Western & Central Pennsylvania to benefit local exporters. Please browse the highlighted events below.

Thursday, September 24, 2015
Event: Global Market Development: Brazil, Mexico, Global Financing, Legal Strategies & More!
Location: Latrobe, PA
About the Event:
This event will highlight several important topics including the economic and cultural background of Mexico and Brazil, securing global financing, planning legal strategies and more. There will be an expert panel Q&A session at the end of the program and breakfast and lunch are included with registration. For more information and to register, call 724-537-4572 or Email: sbdc@stvincent.edu.

Monday, October 19, 2015

Event: Export Basics at Duquesne University

Location: Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, PA

About the Event: This event is a 4 hour course provided by the U.S. Commercial Service-Pittsburgh Office that aims to offer a basic understanding to exporting in the United States, with topics including:

  • Recognizing and Identifying Export Opportunities
  • Shipping and Payment
  • Legal and Regulatory Aspects of Exporting
  • Sources of Information and Assistance
  • Cultural Issues

The cost of the event is $49. For more information, please contact LeeAnne Haworth at LeeAnne.Haworth@trade.gov



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