Women’s Global Empowerment Trade Forum Virtual Series

Last Updated: August 4th, 2021By Categories: Press Release1 min read

The U.S. Commercial Service, in collaboration with the Organization for Women in International Trade, is excited to present its inaugural Women’s Global Empowerment Trade Forum Virtual Series, July 28 – September 22, for women entrepreneurs who wish to boldly expand sales into new markets in Canada, Mexico and beyond! Throughout this free, six-part series, participants will learn how they can benefit from the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA) while also building a winning export strategy and developing valuable business connections.

In addition to the six-part series, we are offering an opportunity to enhance your virtual experience with industry-focused activities for U.S., Canadian and Mexican women business owners in the Aerospace & Defense, Automotive, Education, Design & Construction, Healthcare, IT or Energy sectors who wish to dive deeper for a reduced fee of only $50. *Please note, slots are limited to the first 50 registrants.

Benefits of the Industry-Focused Workshop:

✔ Facilitated Breakout Discussions
✔ B2G & B2B Business Development Meetings
✔ Mentorship Program
✔ Create USMCA Strategic Market Expansion Plan!

We look forward to your participation in this groundbreaking event! We anticipate that this event will fill up quickly and encourage you to register today to reserve your seat. Visit trade.gov to review the agenda and learn more about supporting women’s global empowerment.

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