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      Doing Business Roundtable - Kenya

      Governor Patrick and Ambassador of Kenya to the U.S. Elkanah Odembo exploring opportunities for partnership and collaboration between Massachusetts and Kenya (March 2012)

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      Doing Business Roundtable - Brazil

      Governor Deval Patrick at the “Doing Business in Brazil” Roundtable in Cambridge discussing economic development and job creation opportunities with Brazil. (February 2012)

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      Doing Business Roundtable - Colombia

      “Doing Business in Colombia” Roundtable at the Massachusetts State House with Proexport Colombia. (May 2012)

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   Doing Business Abroad Roundtables


Our Doing Business Abroad Roundtable series focuses on key target countries, bringing together senior government officials, industry experts and export service providers for a discussion on strategic market and country specific opportunities for export promotion.  Please check our calendar for upcoming events in our  Doing Business Abroad Roundtable series.

 

   U.S. Commercial Services Webinar Series


Export.gov has a series of webinars.  These webinars cover a variety of topics, both beginner and advanced. If you have any questions regarding a specific webinar, please contact the trade specialist or partner listed for that specific webinar.

 

   AIM International Business Council Trade Seminars


The AIM International Business Council presents 3-4 international seminars annually.  These small group sessions are held in different regions of Massachusetts.  Seminars generally feature panels of experts from companies large and small, addressing challenges and opportunities related to international trade.

 

   Country Commercial Guides


The Country Commercial Guide is the US Commercial Services annual flagship publication designed to help you make smart strategic market entry decisions.  With information contained in the Guides you can learn about market conditions, purchasing power, consumer trends, distribution channels, navigating entry constraints, best sectors, key contacts and much more.  You’ll find Guides for more than 100 countries, prepared by market experts located at U.S. embassies worldwide.