Trade mission trip open for local business leaders
The Meadowlands Regional Chamber’s International Business Council is hosting a trade mission trip to Panama February 3-6, 2015 to better connect our region with opportunities abroad. The trade mission is open to local business leaders that are looking to make contacts in Panama or learn more about conducting business in this growing economy.
Travelers will learn extensively about the the business landscape in Panama, its rapidly developing import/export industry, the emerging technology and financing sectors, special free trade zones and the financial advantages of doing business in Panama.
The trip will extend the oportunity to form business relationships with Panamanian business leaders through networking events, workshops, roundtable discussions and pre-arranged matchmaking sessions with compatible business leaders. In the latter, each participant will be looked at individually to determine which leaders are the best fit for them to meet with.
Additional options for this trip include educational tours of the Colón Free Trade Zone, The Panama Pacific International Exposition, Special Economic Area, The City of Knowledge and the Panama Canal.
The cost for the trip including airfare, hotels and reception and networking is $2860 (single occupancy) plus $700 matchmaking fee per participating organization.
The Chamber’s International Business Council is working in partnership with the American Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Panama, the New Jersey Office of International Business Development & Protocol and Choose New Jersey. The trip is specifically designed for business leaders from New Jersey who are, or want to become involved with, imports, exports, international financing or partnerships with non-U.S. firms.
If you have any questions about this trade mission trip, please contact Joe Garavente from the Meadowlands Regional Chamber at JGaravente@meadowlands.org or 201-939-0707.