Export Green Brazil Business Forum: Denver, CO

Tuesday, May 3, 2011 - 1:30pm

Opportunities for Colorado Green Companies in Brazil

Join the World Trade Center Denver, the Colorado Cleantech Industry Association, the Colorado International Trade Office, and other Colorado green technology companies to learn about opportunities for your business in Brazil followed by a panel of local companies active in the Brazil market.  The evening will close with a keynote speech from Nicole Lamb-Hale, the Assistant Secretary for Manufacturing and Services at the International Trade Administration and a networking reception with refreshments.

About BRAZIL and the Market Development Cooperator Program
By 2050, Brazil will be the fifth largest economy in the World.  The National Chamber Foundation-TraderRoots and the Brazil-U.S. Business Council believe that Brazil offers a compelling target market for the Department of Commerce Market Development Cooperator Program's effort to increase small- and medium-sized exporter opportunities.  The country's rapid economic growth, constantly increasing demand for U.S. imports, favorable political climate, and positive demographic trends make Brazil an attractive market.
The National Chamber Foundation along with TradeRoots and Brazil-U.S. Business Council have been awarded a Department of Commerce Market Development Cooperator Program for 2011-2012.  Their cooperator agreement is designed to support President Obama's National Export Initiative by helping small- and medium-sized companies grow their businesses through exports.  In particular, they are looking for green technology companies who would like to begin exporting or expand their exports to Brazil.
     Colorado Cleantech Industry Association
     International Trade Administration
     Trade Roots, U.S. Chamber of Commerce
     Brazil-U.S. Business Council
     National Chamber Foundation
     Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade

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Event presentation

Export Green Project

Assistant Secretary Nicole Y. Lamb-Hale remarks