The World Trade Center St. Louis organizes and hosts a variety of trade missions, which allows groups of visiting businesses and delegates to meet with regional companies, tour local facilities, make regional contacts and take advantage of regional opportunities.
The World Trade Center St. Louis is involved with and organizes outbound industry or country-specific trade missions, both for its members and groups of businesses.
To learn more or to make arrangements for trade mission services, please contact Executive Director, Tim Nowak at the World Trade Center St. Louis.
E-mail: [email protected]center-stl.com
ST. LOUIS TRADE & INVESTMENT MISSION TO MEXICO – APRIL 2019
The Hispanic Chamber of Commerce and World Trade Center St. Louis led a multi-industry trade mission to Mexico City and Querétaro in April 2019. With 130 million people and a GDP of approximately $1.3 trillion, Mexico offers tremendous opportunities for St. Louis companies interested in increasing their footprint in Latin America. Mexico is the region’s second largest export market with annual exports totaling more than $1.5 billion. The delegation succeeded in developing deeper relationships with companies, officials and government organizations and gained a better understanding of doing business in Mexico.
To see pictures from this trade mission, check out our Facebook gallery here.
Watch VIDEO from previous World Trade Center St. Louis-led trade missions below:
ST. LOUIS TRADE & INVESTMENT MISSION TO ARGENTINA – November 2017
In the months leading up to November of 2017, St. Louis had explored interest in developing a deeper relationship with Rosario and Buenos Aires, Argentina. There were a number of business and people-to-people connections already in existence at that time. The trade and investment mission resulted in the development of new economic and cultural connections with a particular focus on agriculture and financial technology synergies.
For a synopsis of media coverage and photos from the St. Louis Trade & Investment Mission to Argentina in November 2017, please click here.