How can my organization be considered for a Strategic Partnership?

Partners must be free of conflicts of interest or other issues that could adversely reflect on ITA. Furthermore, Partners cannot seek an ITA endorsement of their views, products and/or services. 

To be considered for the ITA Strategic Partnership program, an organization must be recommended by a member of ITA to the Office of Strategic Partnerships. ITA’s network of U.S. Export Assistance Centers, international offices, industry experts, or enforcement and compliance professionals typically recommend organizations based on their long-term working relationship and mutual interest in collaborating to achieve common objectives. If you are not familiar with your local U.S. Export Assistance Center or international office, we recommend that you reach out to them to learn more about their work and discuss areas of potential collaboration.

How do Strategic Partners benefit?

Partners collaborate with an assigned ITA liaison to develop a program of activities each fiscal year. Benefits for the Partner include:

  • Annual development of a strategic plan to achieve common objectives
  • Recognition as a Strategic Partner on ITA's website
  • Direct delivery of ITA news & events
  • Collaboration with ITA’s sector and market experts
  • Opportunity to co-host events
  • Support for joint marketing and outreach campaigns


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