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The U.S. Commercial Service, along with our local international trade partners, conducts on-going conferences, seminars, and events to educate our clients and promote international trade. Whether it's an executive briefing with a Commercial Service Officer from Australia or a videoconference with your distributor in Zurich, these events are designed to help U.S. exporters market locally and sell globally.

Expand Your Business in Mexico!

The United States Department of Commerce’s International Trade Administration, is organizing a Sustainable Construction Trade Mission to Mexico that will introduce U.S. firms to Mexico’s Sustainable Building & Construction sector, and assist U.S. companies in pursuing export opportunities in the sector.

By focusing on infrastructure-related projects, this mission advances ITA’s work to increase U.S. company participation in infrastructure and strategically position our clients to tap medium and long-term opportunities.

APPLY HERE

Mission Venues

• October 16 – 20, 2017

  • Mexico City for U.S. Embassy briefing, attend Expo CIHAC, business matchmaking appointments, and networking receptions.
  • Optional stop in Guadalajara for additional matchmaking and networking opportunities with local companies

Trade Mission Features

  • B2B matchmaking appointments in Mexico City and Guadalajara.
  • Market briefings for participants by U.S. Embassy (Mexico City) and Consulate (Guadalajara) personnel.
  • Complimentary participant badge for Mexico’s premier construction trade show - Expo CIHAC!

Commercial Setting

  • The 2014 National Infrastructure Program (NIP) plan focusing on developing major sectors spanning transportation, water, energy, health, urban development, communications, and tourism with an anticipated total investment of $586 billion through 2018.
  • Over 700 public- and privately-funded infrastructure projects have been identified and include opportunities for foreign companies to participate through subcontracts and direct sales to the federal government will grow.
  • Despite the substantial public funding for many projects, the Government of Mexico anticipates the majority of NIP projects to be implemented as Private-Public Partnerships varying from 15 to 30 years.

Costs for Trade Mission

Small or medium sized enterprises (SME) (fewer than 500 employees): $1,410 (Mexico City only) or $2,800 (plus Guadalajara)

Large firms or trade associations: $1,800 (Mexico City only) |$3,600 (plus Guadalajara)

Each additional firm representative: $700

Expenses for travel, lodging, most meals, and incidentals will be the responsibility of each mission participant.

Conditions for Participation

Targeted mission participants are U.S. firms, service providers, and trade associations providing or promoting U.S. sustainable building and construction products, and are interest in entering or expanding in the Mexico market.

 

Registration Deadline

The deadline for applicants to submit a completed and signed mission application and supplemental application materials is September 1, 2017.

For more information visit http://2016.export.gov/trademissions/mexicobuild/

Oscar Magaña

International Trade Specialist

U.S. Department of Commerce

U.S. Commercial Service • San Antonio

Tel: 210-472-4020

Mobile: 210-419-3043

Oscar.Magana@trade.gov

www.export.gov/texas/sanantonio


Warren Anderson

International Trade Specialist

U.S. Department of Commerce

U.S. Commercial Service • St Louis

Tel: 314-260-3785

Mobile: 314-502-3263

Warren.Anderson@trade.gov

Jeffrey Odum

Project Officer

U.S. Department of Commerce

Office of Trade Promotion – Washington, DC

Tel: 202-482-6397

Jeffrey.Odum@trade.gov

Adrian Orta

U.S. Commercial Service – Mexico City

Tel: +52-55-5080-2000 ext. 5220

adrian.orta@trade.gov

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