Trade Events

The U.S. Commercial organizes and supports conferences, seminars, and events to educate our clients and promote international trade. Our goal is to help local U.S. exporters sell globally. A sampling of our events includes:

  • Executive briefings in our office with one of our visiting Commercial Service Officers from around the world.
  • Educational export seminars and online webinars.
  • Matchmaking and export counseling services at international trade shows overseas and the U.S.

By organizing trade missions and educational seminars; providing matching or export counseling services at trade shows; and recruiting buyer delegations to U.S. trade shows, the U.S. Government helps U.S. exporters expand global sales at trade events.

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The U.S. Commercial Service, in cooperation with NASA, will host a dynamic, three-day business forum in Silicon Valley, February 9-11, 2015, focused on opportunities for U.S. companies to meet global demand for sustainable solutions. The conference will address the link between advanced research and innovation, global business and planetary sustainability. Countries and companies worldwide are implementing standards, developing new technology, and implementing business practices to conserve energy, preserve clean air and water, and use land more efficiently – and U.S. companies can take advantage of these trends by offering world-class technologies, services and products.

In order to effectively compete internationally, U.S. firms require specialized market knowledge and contacts. Discover Global Markets: Sustainable Solutions will provide the access, information and forum for U.S. companies to discover new international market opportunities, and also the tools and business relationships to effectively pursue them with success.

Consultations with U.S. Commercial Diplomats from Around the World

Sign up for pre-scheduled, individual meetings with U.S. commercial diplomats serving in key international markets. Whether your company is involved in power generation, energy conservation, land use, water treatment, advanced transportation, or sustainable supply chain, you will want to seize the unique opportunity to gather real-time market intelligence. Experts serving in the following countries/regions have been invited to attend:

Australia

European Union HQ

Kenya

Singapore

Canada

France

Korea

South Africa

Chile

Germany

Mexico

U.A.E.

China

India

The Nordics

U.K.

Central America

Japan

Saudi Arabia

 

 

 

 

 

What to Expect

  • Plenary sessions led by top execs addressing the business case for sustainability
  • Break-out sessions featuring market insights on advanced transportation, water and land use, green regulations, smart grid, and more
  • International market intelligence from seasoned U.S. commercial diplomats working on the ground in top international markets
  • Technical sessions on IP protection, venture and project financing, winning foreign government contracts, and implementing sustainable supply chains
  • Formal and informal networking opportunities

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