Doing Business in Canada and Mexico
At World Trade Day on April 10, we hosted a breakout session on “Doing Business in Canada and Mexico”. These countries are Indiana’s top two export markets – 48% of Indiana’s merchandise trade went to Canada and Mexico in 2017. Therefore, they have a major influence on our market.
The presenters were Brittany Foley, trade commissioner for the Consulate General of Canada in Detroit and Angel Habid Ramirez, director of the Trade and Investment Commission Eastern Midwest US for ProMexico.
Highlights from the presentations were:
Doing Business in Australia and Germany
At World Trade Day on April 10, we hosted a breakout session on “Doing Business in Australia and Germany”, as both markets provide excellent opportunities for Indiana businesses.
The presenters were Consul-General Michael Wood, from the Australian Consulate in Chicago, and Virginia Rounds, from the German-American Chamber of Commerce of the Midwest, where she is director of the Skills Initiative & ICATT Apprenticeship Program.
In addition to promoting international trade with the United States, here were the key takeaways from our speakers:
Australia: Consul-General Michael Wood
Germany: Ms. Virginia Rounds