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Find Buyers and Make Contacts Abroad: How the U.S. Commercial Service Can Help

Posted By rosannatorres On June 19, 2013 @ 8:54 am In Webinars | 1 Comment

By: Omari Wooden


The fourth Go Global webinar was held yesterday, focusing on: “Finding Buyers and Making Contacts: Part I”.

You can access the webinar here [2].

The U.S. Commercial Service has over 1,400+ trade professionals in 109 domestic offices and 128 U.S. Embassies and Consulates to help you connect with high quality foreign buyers through customized trade counseling, business matchmaking, and market intelligence. You can also participate in trade events as a cost-effective, high-impact way to find new customers. Events include trade missions accompanied by foreign buyer delegations and major foreign trade shows.

If you want to start exporting, but not sure where to start, you should tune in to the Go Global Webinar Series. The Census Bureau partnered with other government agencies to bring to you the resources available to help you succeed.

Each webinar is led by financial, regulatory, and trade experts and focuses on different topics – from picking your market, accessing trade data, learning about available financing options, just to name a few. Best of all, they are free!

You can’t afford to miss out.

Sign up for upcoming webinars at: http://go.usa.gov./T37A [3]

Registration closes 24 hours before each webinar.

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#1 Comment By Christopher Davis On June 26, 2013 @ 1:36 pm

Is there a pdf version of the presentation noted below;
“Finding Buyers and Making Contacts: Part I”.

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[2] here: https://census.webex.com/census/ldr.php?AT=pb&SP=MC&rID=53321602&rKey=ea447e99d44befbc

[3] http://go.usa.gov./T37A: http://go.usa.gov./T37A