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Webinar: How to Find Your Next Target Market

NOTE: This opportunity has expired or is an event which has already taken place.

May 24 – 1:00 to 2:00 p.m. ET

Determining which countries have a demand for your product or service is only one of the factors that you need to consider before doing business in a new international market.

In addition to where in the world you should go, you also need to get answers to these critical questions:

  • What are the specific risk factors associated with doing business in potential markets?
  • How easy is it to do business there?
  • Is the market accessible?

Our Panel

To provide insights on how to find markets with opportunities that are right for you, we’ve assembled a panel of experts who will explore:

  • How the Trade Commissioner Service’s global network of more than 1,000 trade officers can provide you with invaluable in-market intelligence
  • The many ways you can create a presence in an international market and which factors determine the ease of doing business there
  • Pragmatic insights into the hows of getting your product into market and what to consider in your logistics planning
  • How to determine the risks of doing business in a particular market and what you can do to mitigate those factors

Register now to participate in the webinar. You’ll have an opportunity to ask our panelists questions during the live Q&A session.

Also available On-Demand: Can’t make the webinar date? Register to receive an email link and watch the webinar on-demand at your convenience.


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