Trade missions offer a proven, cost-effective tool for Utah 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 with one of our trade missions.
Quotes from trade mission participants
“Attending the Trade Mission and using the US Commercial Service lent weight to our meetings and allowed us to start at a place that normally takes a few visits to achieve.”
“Participating in the 2013 Brazil Trade Mission opened our company to international expansion opportunities that we never would have discovered on our own. The Trade Mission co-arranged networking events in several cities through which we gained local business contacts and developed relationships to engage our company in new directions and increased profitability.”
Lithium Storage Inc.
Governor Gary R. Herbert will lead this executive trade mission Governor Herbert will lead an executive trade mission to Mexico, April 7-10, 2014. The Governor’s Office of Economic Development is looking for executives from Utah based companies to join the delegation. Utahns have…More Info
This trade mission is currently in the planning phase and no specific dates or cities have been selected at this point in time. The dates posted are only tentative and may change. The Governor’s Office of…More Info
Colombia – Panama (Archive)
Utah State Trade and Export Promotion (STEP) program Learn more about Utah’s State Trade and Export Promotion (STEP) program and find out if your company qualifies to receive a matching grant to offset Gold Key…More Info
Despite global trends, domestic demand remains strong in Brazil. With a large diversified economy, Brazil offers excellent business opportunities. In recent years, the nation has maintained macroeconomic policies that have boosted investment and economic growth, resulting…More Info
China’s GDP has grown 466% since 2002 and is forecasted to continue to grow 7.5-8.5% for the next 30 years. The Chinese economy is widely expected to surpass the U.S. market in GDP size by 2019….More Info
Peru’s economy has grown at an average rate of eight percent in the last two consecutive years, and at an annual average rate of 6.4 percent since 2002. Peru offers abundant private investment opportunity, which is…More Info
The Philippines is the fourth largest economy ($417B) in the Association of Southeast Asia Nations (ASEAN) region. Its large population (103M) has distinct advantages of being young (median age of 23) and English-fluent. Recent improvements in…More Info
United Kingdom (Archive)
This Trade Mission will be led by Utah Governor Gary R. Herbert. The United Kingdom is the seventh largest economy in the world ($2.3 trillion) and is the largest market in the world for Utah exports….More Info
This Trade Mission will be led by Utah Governor Gary R. Herbert. The Governor’s State of Utah Trade Mission to Israel promises to be an exceptional opportunity for companies planning to do business or forge connections…More Info