The Conference manages a network of sixteen shared international trade offices on behalf of its member States and Provinces. These offices offer responsive and comprehensive services to small and medium sized companies from the Great Lakes region seeking to expand international product and service sales. The offices are located in some of the world's most dynamic and fastest growing business centers and provide market access in over 135 countries:
For more information on the international trade offices click here.
Each year, multi-State and Provincial trade missions are lead to assist small to medium sized companies from the Great Lakes region to export their products and services. Trade missions are an excellent way for companies to visit international markets as part of an organized group of business people. More than two dozen trade missions have been lead since 2004 with over 600 participating companies and organizations. For more information on past trade missions clickhere. For trade mission testimonials, click here.
The Great Lakes St. Lawrence Governors & Premiers aim to make the region’s economy stronger and a bigger player on the global economic stage. At their 2013 Leadership Summit, they called for expanded international trade and export opportunities. For more information on their economic development work, click here. To view the Governors' and Premiers' trade policy resolution, click here.
The Conference manages a network of fifteen shared international trade offices on behalf of its member States and Provinces.
Webinar: Grow Your Exports to South Korea and Japan --October 20 at 9:30 a.m. ET
Learn about key industry sectors and market opportunities in South Korea and Japan for small to medium-sized companies from the Great Lakes St. Lawrence region. Please join us for this overview provided by the Great Lakes St. Lawrence Governors' and Premiers' South Korea and Japan Trade Offices. The free webinar will cover current economic trends, COVID 19 and GSGP's upcoming South Korea and Japan Trade Mission February 21-25, 2022 . Register for the webinar at https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/6499378576516359436