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Caribbean region trade mission and business conference

By Caribbean News Global fav

WASHINGTON, USA – The 2022 Trade Americas, Caribbean Region Trade Mission and Business Conference program offers US companies the opportunity to explore fourteen markets in the Caribbean region: The Bahamas, Barbados and Eastern Caribbean, Dominican Republic, Guyana, Haiti, Jamaica, Suriname and Trinidad and Tobago.

Hosted in Miami, FL, the Trade Americas – Business Opportunities in the Caribbean Region Conference, October 23-28, 2022, will focus on region-specific sessions, market entry strategies, export compliance, legal, logistics, disaster resilience and recovery and trade financing resources. You will also be able to have prearranged one-on-one consultations with US & Foreign Commercial Service (US & FCS) commercial officers and/or Department of State economic/commercial officers with expertise in commercial markets throughout the region.

The combination of the Trade Americas conference and customized business-to-business matchmaking appointments in ONE or TWO countries with pre-screened potential buyers, agents, distributors, or joint venture partners will provide participants with strategies for expanding their business across the region.

The Caribbean region as a whole represents a market of about 27 million people who collectively imported over $21 billion of US goods in 2018. As a result, the region is the 3rd largest export market for US manufactured goods in Latin America behind only Mexico and Brazil. The Caribbean region is a natural commercial partner of the United States, tied closely together by geography, history, and culture. There is a huge demand for US-made products in the region.

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The Trade Americas team brings together the resources of the US Commercial Service in 14 countries and the State Department at US Embassies in 10 additional markets to help US exporters expand into new markets through timely market intelligence, trade events and matchmaking opportunities, and export counseling. Leverage the team to tap our international specialists as well as our US staff in 100 offices nationwide.



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