Connect to Business Opportunities in Southeast Europe


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The markets of Southeast Europe are investing in infrastructure and market development.  They represent an opportunity for U.S. companies to increase sales and find a strategic foothold to grow in Europe.

Join Trade Winds – Southeast Europe to connect to potential partners, government decision-makers, market experts, and companies that have succeeded in the region.

Trade Winds, the largest annual U.S. government-led trade mission, will lead U.S. companies and organizations to Southeast European markets in 2017, to connect them to promising business opportunities.

In nine international Trade Winds events, the U.S. Commercial Service team has facilitated more than $240 million in export sales for U.S. companies.

Your company should join Trade Winds – Southeast Europe to take advantage of projected regional economic growth and to gain a strategic foothold to launch a larger European export strategy.

The region features strategic ports and bustling overland trade routes to established markets, and these individual markets are all heavily investing in infrastructure growth and market development.

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