World Trade Month 2020 Calendar of Events

David Noah | February 3, 2020 | Import Basics, Export Basics
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World Trade Month 2020 | Shipping SolutionsWorld Trade Month is scheduled for May 2020, and the WorldTradeMonth.com website is publishing a calendar of international-trade-related events scheduled to be held throughout the United States that month.

If your company or organization is hosting events during May 2020, simply complete the form located on the World Trade Month website to add it to the directory of events.

All submitted events are subject to review and approval by the World Trade Month Association. There is no charge for the listing.

Call for World Trade Month Speakers

In addition to the events being sponsored by a variety of government and non-government organizations across the U.S., the World Trade Month Association is working with one of its Gold Sponsors to create a series of online education events about international trade.

If you are interested in participating in or presenting your own educational webinar during World Trade Month, send an email to WorldTradeMonth@gmail.com with information about the proposed topic and a summary of your credentials.

Don't Miss the World Trade Month Events

World Trade Month has been celebrated in the U.S. since 1935 by a number of federal agencies, state trade offices, area chambers of commerce, World Trade Centers, trade associations, and other public and private organizations. These events celebrate the importance of international trade to the U.S. economy and educate people how to begin and grow their exports.

To make sure you are aware of all the in-person and online World Trade Month activities, register on the website to receive email notifications of events you may want to attend.

World Trade Month Sponsorship Opportunities

If your organization would like to support World Trade Month 2020 and be a sponsor of the website, the World Trade Month Association offers three sponsorship levels. Visit the sponsorship page for details about the three levels and to request more information.

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