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Texas EU Business Summit Detailed Event Information For Texas EU Business Summit
Texas EU Business Summit --
Location/Date: Austin, TX, United States 05/09/2017 - 05/09/2017
Event Summary:
In its 6th year, the Texas-EU Business Summit is the premier event for Texas businesses, entrepreneurs and economic development professionals seeking to expand their footprint in Europe.

The summit provides Texas businesses, entrepreneurs, policymakers and economic development professionals with an overview of trade and expansion business opportunities in Europe as well as information and connections to make the most of those opportunities.

Texas is the largest exporting state to the EU. The summit builds on that footprint, focusing on promoting and building the international trade capacity of Texas businesses and economic development organizations while creating greater awareness regarding the benefits of exporting. The Texas-EU Business Summit sessions are led by business leaders, trade and investment officials from EU countries, trade policy experts and political officials.

The Texas-EU Buisness Summit 2017 will provide small businesses, policy makers and economic development professionals with an overview of how to target trade and business expansion opportunities in Europe.


Contacts:
Larry Tabash, Austin
Senior International Trade Specialist
Phone: 512-936-0039
Larry.Tabash@trade.gov
Regina Schneider, Austin Community College

Phone: 512-223-0178
rschneid@austincc.edu

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