In 2009, the Services industry exported $502.3 billion of business to foreign markets. The top markets include United Kingdom, Canada, Germany, Mexico, Ireland, France, Switzerland, China, and Netherlands.
A network of trade specialists and industry experts throughout the U.S. and in foreign markets abroad are ready to help you increase your export sales by supplying you with essential market research and trade opportunities.
• U.S. Census Bureau publishes the latest report on U.S. International Goods and Services.
|Europe Health IT Webinar Series - Webinar I: Nordics -- Biotechnology, Consumer Electronics, Computer Software, Drugs/Pharmaceuticals, Health Care Services, Medical Eq.|
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Please join the U.S. Commercial Service for our webinar series designed for U.S. health IT firms interested in entering or expanding into the European market. These sessions are designed to help you build your European strategy.
The European Union regards Health IT as one of the most promising economic sectors over the next ten years. The European Commission will work to improve market conditions for entrepreneurs and companies developing products and services in the Health IT space. The EU's Horizon 2020 Programme includes more than €8 billion in support of research and deployment in the area of health, demographic change and well-being. This, along with various member state initiatives, means opportunities for U.S. companies in a broad range of Health IT subsectors.
|Jetta DeNend, San Francisco|
International Trade Specialist