The International Buyer Program

Bringing International Buyers to U.S. Trade Shows

The IBP is a joint government-industry effort that brings thousands of international buyers to the United States for business-to-business matchmaking with U.S. firms exhibiting at major industry trade shows. Every year, the IBP results in approximately a billion dollars in new business for U.S. companies, and increased international attendance for participating U.S. trade show organizers.

Whether you are a show organizer, U.S. exhibitor, or international buyer, we can help you grow your business.

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2018 International Buyer Program Shows

(Click here for 2018 International Buyer Program SELECT Shows)

70th AACC Annual Scientific Meeting & Clinical Lab Expo
July 29–August 2 • Chicago, IL
Project Officer: Anne Novak (Anne.Novak@trade.gov)

International Woodworking Fair
August 22–25 • Atlanta, GA
Project Officer: Allison Moore (Allison.Moore@trade.gov)

ASIS 2018
September 23–27 • Las Vegas, NV
Project Officer: Joe Holecko (Joe.Holecko@trade.gov)

Solar Power International
September 24–27 • Anaheim, CA
Project Officer: Mark Wells (Mark.Wells@trade.gov)


Water Environment Federation Technical Exhibition and Conference
WEFTEC® 2018

September 29–October 3 • New Orleans, LA
Project Officer: Pamela Kirkland (Pamela.Kirkland@trade.gov)

The Greater New York Dental Meeting
November 23–28 • New York, NY
Project Officer: Anne Novak (Anne.Novak@trade.gov)

POWER-GEN® International
December 4–6 • Orlando, FL
Project Officer: Mark Wells (Mark.Wells@trade.gov)


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Useful Links

Exporting Information:
Basic Guide to Exporting

Export Webinars

Free Trade Agreements

Industry Specific Information:
Industry Sector Pages


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