Join the U.S. Commercial Service and the Israel Ministry of Economy for a FREE, virtual event on infrastructure opportunities in Israel, incorporating presentations from Israel’s Ministry of Economy, Ministry of Finance, Prime Minister’s Office, and additional U.S. and Israeli government officials. The Israeli government is planning large scale infrastructure projects across almost all industries, including environment, water, energy and transportation.  In order to encourage participation from international companies, the government publishes annually the “Infrastructure for Growth” workplan, consolidating projects that are either in progress, budgeted or approved by the government.  In 2020, the workplan included 233 projects, valued at $56 billion, across numerous sectors.

This webinar will provide U.S. companies with the opportunity to hear firsthand from government officials regarding key tenders planned for 2020-2024, and how U.S. companies can tap into these projects.Cost: Complimentary 

Click here to register FREE of charge

Learn from Nicole Boyles, Director of Grants & Regional Partnerships and Jesse Garcia, International Trade Specialist at the Oklahoma Department of Commerce what they are doing to help Oklahoma companies navigate the ‘New Online Normal’.

Listen to Brendon Quick, Chief Corporate Development Officer at Western Industries Corporation tell his Oklahoma Online Global Programs success story.

Grants and funding available.

IBT Online works with the Oklahoma Department of Commerce to deliver Oklahoma Online Global Programs – Website Localization and Online Marketing for Oklahoma companies.

Join us as we share expertise and experience in delivering localized websites and online marketing to help you grow your exports, sales, brand and business.
Make the internet work for you globally.

To register, click here.

The International Trade Administration (ITA) will hold a virtual roundtable on U.S.-Bangladesh energy cooperation on December 8, 2020.  Announced on September 30, 2020, the U.S.-Bangladesh Energy Industry Working Group (EIWG) will be held under the auspices of Asia EDGE Energy Industry Working Group Network, which is a “one-stop shop” for the U.S. private sector to participate in U.S. Government programs and connect to regional market opportunities.  For more information, such as registration information, selection criteria, and more, find the announcement here.

Questions? Please contact Suzanne Rothman (Suzanne.Rothman@trade.gov) and Jonathan Goldberg (Jonathan.Goldberg@trade.gov)

Join the U.S. Commercial service for a free webinar to learn how to reach the 1.44 billion consumers in China.

Join Rio Oil & Gas for the opportunity to expand your knowledge, expand your network of contacts and know current trends in the oil and gas market. For the past 40 years, this event has been the largest event in the oil and gas sector in Latin America and one of the largest in the world. To register or find more information, click here or email regina.cunha@trade.gov or rodrigo.correa@trade.gov.

The Brazilian Mining Institute (IBRAM) informs that the EXPO & CONGRESSO BRASILEIRO DE MINERAÇÃO 2020 (EXPOSIBRAM 2020) for the first time, will be 100% held in a virtual environment, due to the pandemic of the new coronavirus (Covid-19). The event aims to emphasize the importance of mining for Brazil’s socioeconomic development, generate long term business opportunities, attract the interest of companies and investors to Brazilian mining, encourage geological research, open job opportunities in multiple levels and stimulate the emergence of new production chains in various sectors of the Brazilian economy.EXPOSIBRAM 2020 will provide exhibition virtual spaces for mining companies, suppliers of diversified machinery and equipment and service providers from various countries. The state sector, research institutions, universities, entities related to the mining industry, NGOs and others will also be among the exhibitors. To register or find additional information, click here or email rodrigo.correa@trade.gov.

The University of Oklahoma College of Law in conjunction with the International Intertribal Trade and Investment Organization is pleased to offer the first of a monthly free and on-line educational lecture series in Tribal Law and Policy.

This year the U.S. Supreme Court reaffirmed tribal reservation boundaries that had been disregarded for decades by the State of Oklahoma. The McGirt decision reset the jurisdictional map and upheld a famous U.S. treaty promise, returning jurisdiction in almost half of the state to the federal government and the so-called “Five Civilized Tribes.” Attend this fascinating discussion on the real-world implications and understand the impact of this decision going forward.

To register, click here.

The Oklahoma District Export Council and the Oklahoma Governor’s International Team invites Oklahoma Business Leaders, Company Owners and Investors to the annual World Trade Conference and Oklahoma Consular Summit.

Oklahoma World Trade Conference Program:

8:45 a.m. – Opening and Introductions by Chuck Mills, Oklahoma District Export Council Chairman

8:50 a.m. – Welcome by Oklahoma Secretary of Commerce, Sean Kouplen

9:00 a.m. – Global Overview presented by Dr. Robert Donaldson

9:35 a.m. – The New USMCA and Exporting to Canada and Mexico

10:15 a.m. – Awards Presentation by Governor Stitt

10:30 a.m. – Cyber Security at Work, Home and On the Go: Protecting Your IP Everywhere

11:05 a.m. – Governor’s Award for Excellence in Exporting presented by Governor Stitt

11:20 a.m. – SBA Export Programs & Cares Act

Oklahoma Consular Summit Program:

1:00 p.m. – Welcome by Scott Thompson, Mercer Valve, Oklahoma Governor’s International Team Chairman

1:15 p.m. – OK Department of Commerce Presentations by Brent Kisling, Executive Director

2:00 p.m. – Short Video Introductions by Consuls General

2:30 p.m. – Breakout Rooms with Consuls General

3:30 p.m. – Close of Summit

Discover Global Markets: Growth Opportunities in Intelligent Manufacturing will cut across smart technology aspects of various industries, including automotive, aerospace and energy storage. Products and services may include manufacturing machinery, composites, electric and autonomous vehicles, next generation batteries, automation products, supply and security solutions, wearables, sensors and digital services, among others. Participants will have the opportunity to:

  • Meet virtually, one-on-one with U.S. Commercial Diplomats
  • Attend Virtual Forum Sessions and Hear Global Industry Leaders
  • Meet Virtually with Foreign BUyers, Government Officials, and Investors.

Early Bird Registration Fee is $125 through September 15th and $175 after. To register, click here.

The EXIM Annual Conference is the premier opportunity to network with peers, hear from talented speakers, EXIM staff, and potential buyers.

Conference Highlights:

  • Learn about EXIM’s new and existing tools to help your business successfully export.
  • A new virtual platform that will be interactive and facilitate the same great sessions, speakers, and exhibitors.
  • A small business track to increase participation from businesses, who might not have been able to send a representative to D.C. in the past.
  • Only $150 for small business attendees!

For more information, click here. To register, click here.