Trade Missions to the Americas Markets

Trade missions offer a proven cost-effective tool for U.S. companies to learn first-hand about target export markets.  Trade mission members travel together as a delegation, attend market briefings, participate in site visits and networking receptions, and have one-on-one business matchmaking appointments with pre-screened potential buyers, agents, distributors, and joint venture partners.  Save time and money by participating in trade missions!

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Trade Winds Latin America – September 5-13, 2016
The United States Department of Commerce, International Trade Administration is organizing a trade mission to Chile, Peru, Bolivia, Paraguay, Uruguay, Mexico and Argentina that will include the Trade Winds – Latin America business forum in Santiago, Chile on September 7-9, 2016. Each trade mission stop will include one-on-one business appointments with pre-screened potential buyers, agents, distributors or joint-venture partners. Learn more…

Featured Trade Missions

Education Mission to Central America – May 2-5, 2016
Join the U.S. Commercial Service on an education mission to the blooming markets of Panama, Honduras, and Guatemala (Optional Stop). Make your school known as a coveted destination for overseas students. Learn more…

Renewable Energy Trade Mission to Mexico - May 16-19, 2016
The Renewable Energy Trade Mission offers a timely and cost-effective means for U.S. firms to engage with key stakeholders and to enter the promising Mexican market for renewable energy equipment, technology, and services. Delegates will receive discounted access to Mexico's premier trade show and congress for the clean energy industries, MIREC WEEK, including exclusive networking opportunities facilitated by the International Trade Administration. Learn more…

Safety and Security Trade Mission to Central America – May 15-21, 2016
Join the U.S. Department of Commerce's Safety and Security Trade Mission to the Northern Triangle of Central America: Honduras, El Salvador, and Guatemala. Participating firms will gain market insights, make industry contacts, solidify business strategies, and advance specific projects, with the goal of increasing U.S. exports of products and services to the Northern Triangle of Central America. The mission will include business-to-business matchmaking appointments with local companies, as well as market briefings and networking events. Learn more…

Automotive Trade Mission to Peru – May 17-19, 2016
The Auto Care Association and the International Trade Administration announce this opportunity to enter and expand U.S. exports of automotive parts and services to Peru. This trade mission offers a cost-effective opportunity to gain first-hand market information and one-on-one meetings with foreign industry executives, pre-screened to match participants’ specific business objectives. Learn more…

Automotive Trade Mission to Guatemala (Optional Stop: El Salvador) – June 21-24, 2016
The Auto Care Association and the International Trade Administration announce this opportunity to enter and expand U.S. exports of automotive parts and services to Guatemala, with an optional stop in El Salvdor. This trade mission offers a cost-effective opportunity to gain first-hand market information and one-on-one meetings with foreign industry executives, pre-screened to match participants’ specific business objectives. Learn more…

Subsea & Onshore Technology Trade Mission to Brazil – October 19-21, 2016
The Subsea & Onshore Technology Trade Mission offers a timely and cost-effective means for U.S. firms to engage with key stakeholders and to enter the promising Brazilian oil and gas market for subsea and onshore equipment, technology, and services. The delegation will be comprised of a maximum of 15 U.S. firms representing a cross-section of U.S. oil and gas segments that have developed products and services for subsea (deep water) and onshore, oil and gas exploration and production. Learn more…

View the complete list of upcoming trade missions.


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