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Virtual Events Equipped To Help Arkansas Companies Grow Sales During COVID-19 Pandemic

ROGERS — The World Trade Center Arkansas is excited to announce three upcoming virtual trade shows and missions that will provide companies in the Natural State with business-to-business meetings and matchmaking opportunities with U.S. and foreign buyers – including eight countries in the Americas.

These three events are focused on helping companies thrive during the pandemic and provide an effective, guided process for reducing supply chain risk and growing sales. Companies will also have the opportunity to meet with U.S. and foreign diplomats.

  • The first event is a webinar on Sept. 17, 2020, by the Arkansas District Export Council on Supply Chain during COVID-19. It is free of charge and companies can register directly here.
  • The second is a virtual trade mission from Sept. 29, 2020, to Oct. 1, 2020, hosted by the American Chamber of Commerce of Mexico. It includes business-to-business matchmaking from Mexico, Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, Guatemala, Peru, Uruguay and other Latin American countries. This event is $150 and companies can register directly here.
  • The third is a virtual global trade mission through U.S. Commercial Services from Oct. 7, 2020, to Oct. 9, 2020. It also features business-to-business matchmaking. This event is $125 early bird registration and $175 after September 15th and you register directly here.

The mission of the World Trade Center Arkansas is to grow trade and increase Arkansas exports by connecting Arkansas businesses to the world through international trade services. The Center is part of the University of Arkansas and serves as the trade promotion arm for the Arkansas Economic Development Commission. For more information and valuable updates, please follow the Center on Facebook and Twitter or subscribe to the World Trade Center Arkansas newsletter.