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Focus Trade Missions

Total Market Immersion for Your Product and Brand


What is a Focused Trade Mission?  

Focused Trade Missions are your chance to travel and explore a market. Your chance to experience total market immersion for your product and brand.

Focused Trade Missions are one of the Market Entry Activities that Food Export-Midwest and Food Export-Northeast offer to their suppliers.  It offers the opportunity to travel first hand to an international export market to learn more about the country, culture, and market, while meeting one-on-one with local buyers in your market segment.

Find out what a Focused Trade Mission is, how they can benefit your export business, and how to find the right one for your company!   Read More Here

Focused Trade Missions can save valuable time and resources by maximizing contact with prospective distributors and sales representatives.

Learn about your product’s export potential by traveling to international markets and meeting with key interested importers. There’s no better way to understand the local food industry landscape, assess the competition, and learn about the potential promotion of your products.

Focused Trade Missions bring you to a country to meet with international buyers and learn about the market. Each mission includes:

  • One-on-one guaranteed meetings with qualified buyers
  • Market analysis of your product prior to visit and in-market briefing
  • Tours of local supermarkets and food service providers
  • Product showcase and networking reception
  • Local language assistance and assistance with buyer follow-up

Participating in Focused Trade Missions leverages new trade leads, creates distribution opportunities, and boosts your international sales while also building new relationships with other mission participants.

An Inside Look at Food Export's Buyer Nomination Process - Get a behind the scenes look at all the work that goes into nominating, vetting, and selecting international buyers to participate in Food Export events. - Read Full Story