The U.S.-Caribbean Business Conference is Sold Out!
The U.S.-Caribbean Business Conference 2019 at Hilton Miami Airport Blue Lagoon will take place on June 5-6. The Caribbean represents a large $23 billion export market for U.S. Firms. The U.S. Commercial Service, the Florida District Export Council (DEC), and Enterprise Florida are organizing the conference to help your company access opportunities across this important region.
U.S. Caribbean Business Conference 2019 participants will receive up-to-date market intelligence to help develop practical strategies for winning procurements and for exporting their goods and services.
The program will include U.S. diplomats, industry professional, trade experts, international business experts, high-level government officials and seasoned exporters-with plenty of opportunity for networking!
Exploring the markets of the Caribbean
Panel discussion and presentations on:
- What are the best markets for your product across the Caribbean?
- What are the infrastructure development opportunities?
- What U.S. Government resources are available to help win government tenders?
- What are today’s and tomorrow’s opportunities?
- What challenges do these dynamic markets present to U.S. companies?
Meet One-on-One with U.S. Commercial Diplomats
UPDATE: ONE-ON-ONE MEETINGS ARE NOW FULLY BOOKED.
Plug into resources to help you win projects and learn about the markets through one-on-one meetings with U.S. diplomats from across the region. In addition, representatives from U.S. Government agencies will also be available, including the U.S. Export Import Bank, Overseas Private Investment Corporation (OPIC) and U.S. Trade and Development Agency (USTDA).
Please note- Appointment slots are limited and will be assigned based on market potential and readiness. You will be sent a link to meet with U.S. Commercial Diplomats upon registration.
- Barbados & the Eastern Caribbean
- Dominican Republic
- Trinidad & Tobago
The event is a great opportunity for US firms interested in expanding their business in the Caribbean. High priority sectors include: Energy, Transportation, Design & Construction, ICT, and Healthcare.
5101 Blue Lagoon Drive
Miami FL 33126
Bookings are closed for this event.