U.S. Trade Mission
In an effort to strengthen the commercial relationship between Mongolia and the United States, AmCham is organizing a Trade Mission to the United States from June 16-26. This is an excellent opportunity to develop a strong and meaningful network inside the United States for your company.
The U. S. Trade Mission will have three components:
- AmCham Mongolia will organize opportunities for you to meet specific U.S.-based companies so that you can further build your business network in the United States.
- Participation in the Asia-Pacific Council of American Chambers of Commerce (APCAC) annual policy meetings in Washington, DC.
- Engage and build relationships with key U.S. Government officials who focus on the U.S. – Mongolia commercial partnership.
|AmCham Mongolia Activities list|
|16-21 Jun||Meetings with Companies|
|22-Jun||Regroup in DC|
|23-Jun||APCAC Strategy Meeting|
|APCAC Meetings with Executive Branch & Outside Experts|
|24-Jun||APCAC Meetings with Executive Branch & Outside Experts|
|25-Jun||Meetings with Legislative Branch Mongolia Supporters|
|26-Jun||Meetings with Government agencies and think tanks|
|AmCham Mongolia Reception|
Benefits of the U.S. Trade Mission
- As a Trade Mission delegate, you will have a chance to speak firsthand with the key officials of Obama Administration, as well as Members of Congress and key Government agencies, who are in charge of the U.S. policy toward Asia and Mongolia.
- Get a rare chance to closely interact with businesses from the U.S. and Asia-Pacific.
- Become part of the APCAC Doorknock Trip delegation that will have instrumental role in shaping the U.S. trade policy toward Asia.
- If you are interested in learning how Washington works, and interested in affecting the policy-making process.
Organizations to Visit
The participating companies will be visiting and directly engaging with the decision makers and scholars of the following organizations in Washington D.C.:
- White House
- Office of the United States Trade Representative
- U.S. Chamber of Commerce
- U.S. Department of Commerce
- U.S. Department of State
- Overseas Private Investment Corporation
- Ex-Im Bank
- Brookings Institute
- Asia Society
A facilitation fee of $2,500 per delegate will be charged. This registration fee covers meetings and organization costs, briefing materials, and some food/beverages. The delegate will cover all other costs, including travel, hotel and food.
For more information please contact Tuvshin at 95953123 or email him at email@example.com