Greater China Export Conference

   

New York City Trade Event

October 7-8, 2014

Greater China Export Conference

Companies can compete, win and grow by accessing export opportunities in Greater China!

Find out how at DISCOVER GLOBAL MARKETS: Greater China Business Forum, October 7-8, 2014, at the New York Athletic Club, in New York City.

Registrants will be able to meet one-on-one with U.S. Commercial Diplomats visiting from the major regions of Greater China and gateway markets (Beijing, Chengdu, Guangzhou, Shanghai, Shenyang, Hong Kong, Macau, and Taiwan) – as well as the countries of Singapore and Mongolia – for counseling customized to individual company needs. In addition to the latest market intelligence, businesses will also benefit from extensive networking opportunities with industry professionals and high-level government officials, who will offer practical, actionable insights to help participants understand how to effectively expand their business in Greater China.

Last year, U.S. companies exported nearly $190 billion in U.S. merchandise to the markets of Greater China, ranking the region as one of our nation’s largest and fastest growing export markets. To help U.S. businesses take advantage of export growth opportunities in these markets, the U.S. Department of Commerce is organizing this forum to help companies obtain the resources necessary to succeed in the challenging, but rewarding markets of Greater China.

The fourth event in a nationwide DISCOVER conference series targeting different markets and industry sectors, DISCOVER GLOBAL MARKETS: Greater China Business Forum is being organized by the U.S. Commercial Service, the Federal Government’s lead trade promotion agency, in collaboration with the New York District Export Council.

For more information on registration and industry sector opportunities, visit the event website: export.gov/newyork/discover




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