The Trade Alliance will lead a minimum of two international trade missions a year. Markets will be selected based on demand from local industries. There is no fee to participate in official Trade Alliance missions. International trade missions are a great way for companies of all levels of international business experience to explore foreign market opportunities.
Benefits of participating in an official Trade Alliance Mission include:
A prearranged travel itinerary and business agenda
Added credibility under the umbrella of an official government trade mission led by a U.S. Elected Official
Ground transportation while abroad
Government lodging rates
Detailed market overviews/presentations
Pre-qualified international business matchmaking through the Trade Alliance and foreign partners
Upcoming Trade Missions
March 2nd - 5th 2023
New Mexico Outdoor Recreation companies seeking global sales are invited to participate in the IWA.
IWA is the world's leading trade fair for hunting, shooting sports, equipment for outdoor activities, and security. Organized by the New Mexico Trade Alliance, and supported by the New Mexico STEP Grant, this trade mission connects NM companies to the global outdoor recreation stage.
With over 110 countries present at IWA, meeting your next international buyer is easy! Participating companies can count on a tailored pre-arranged travel itinerary, on-site direct assistance, and support with applying for financial assistance awards
March 20th - 23rd 2023
Given New Mexico’s privileged location and the relevance of Mexico as its first trade partner, the Mexico City Trade Mission 2023 led by the City of Albuquerque and organized by the New Mexico Trade Alliance provides a unique opportunity for New Mexico businesses to explore and materialize opportunities in the Mexican market.
Companies can expect business meetings with potential partners arranged by The New Mexico Trade & Higher Education Center of Mexico City free of charge, potential market intelligence debriefs by US government officials onsite, agenda scheduling, as well as discount hotel prices. Companies are asked to pay for their lodging and transportation costs.