Global trade venture will help Wisconsin companies connect to markets in Germany, Austria in May
1 Mar 2022
The Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation (WEDC) is inviting Wisconsin companies to explore exporting opportunities during an in-person global trade venture to Germany and Austria from May 14-21. Registration for the venture closes March 11.
The trade venture will include visits to Munich, Linz and Vienna, with each city offer intriguing opportunities for the growth of Wisconsin companies. Throughout the week, Wisconsin companies in attendance will meet and connect with potential partners in the three cities. Customized one-on-one appointments with these potential customers, agents and distributors will allow participating companies to familiarize themselves with opportunities in Germany and Austria.
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