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(Available until April 6,2017)

Webinar: Doing Business in Southeast Europe

March 1, 2017

11:00 AM – 12:15 PM

In 2015, the value of US exports to the five countries of Bulgaria, Croatia, Greece, Romania and Serbia approached $2.4 billion. The region holds potential, a strategic location, and an increasingly solid business climate for US companies. Now is the time for your firm to explore opportunities in Southeast Europe. 

Learn how to grow your business

  • Gain knowledge about the export opportunities and prospects in five key markets in Southeast Europe – Bulgaria, Croatia, Greece, Romania and Serbia.
  • Understand the cultural differences, economic conditions and technological capabilities of potential partners.
  • Create your strategic marketing plan to begin exporting or to increase your market share in the region.

This webinar is in support of Trade Winds - Southeast Europe, your chance to connect with business opportunities and potential partners in markets that are focused on growth and are strategically positioned to provide your company a foothold in Europe.

Trade Winds Forum and Trade Mission has a proven record of success, having facilitated more than $240 million in business deals for U.S. companies. 

Trade Winds 2017 will feature a business forum in Romania, along with optional trade mission stops in Bulgaria, Croatia, Greece, and Serbia. 



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