The Exporters Association-USA a 501(c)(6) Not-For-Profit International Trade Organization and the Trinidad & Tobago Florida Chamber of Commerce will be leading a business development mission to Trinidad & Tobago, July 7-12, 2015 to attend the Trade & Investment Convention 2015. The convention is considered to be the largest show of the Caribbean.
TIC has facilitated more than US$450 million in trade deals, hosted thousands of international buyers and exhibitors and earned a reputation as the Caribbean’s biggest business-to-business event!
Mission participants will have the opportunity to exhibit and promote their products and services directly to qualified buyers with genuine purchasing power and influence, from the Caribbean and the World!
THE BENEFITS OF PARTICIPATING WITH EAUSA
•The Exporters Association-USA in an effort to bring this opportunity to small exporters, we are arranging a booth to be shared among different exporters from the U.S. The least expensive booth at TIC is $2,000.00 plus airfare and hotel, an exporter will end up paying approximately a minimum of $5,000.00
•For a $980.00 or $350.00 investment, the mission participant will have access to the Expo, to contacts and to market its goods and/or services at the CARIBBEAN’S BIGGEST TRADE EVENT! – A Savings of over $5,000.00
•Seminars to encourage buyer to purchase from you. EA-USA will be presenting two seminars/workshops for buyers in Trinidad & Tobago on: “Learn How to Buy U.S. Products with Financing Terms” & “How to Set Up A Business in the U.S.” - Mission Participant will have the opportunity to make a brief presentation to potential clients. (See Mission Packages above for Details)
•Exclusive access to TIC-2015 registration list of attendees.
•Free membership to EA-USA, access to our unique buyer/seller marketplace and to Spanish business community portal with more than 30,000 monthly visitors.
For registration or further information, please contact Clarence Bird, Jr. at ClarenceBird@Export-ImportUSA.org or visit http://www.clarencebirdjr.com/ea-usa-business-development-mission-to-trinidad-tobago/