About India-U.S. Trade Mission

TradeBuilders, based in Washington, D.C., helps companies go global through its Internet portal. TradeBuilders simplifies the international trade process and increases business opportunities, while reducing risks and slashing costs.

Using a proprietary virtual trade mission process, TradeBuilders Virtual Trade MissionsTM enable participating companies and institutions to build business relationships through a complementary mix of communication media. The mix includes virtual meetings, videoconferencing, videostreaming, business-matching engines, online directories, website links, and email. Expert business facilitation and online coaching of participants are the keys to successful virtual trade missionsTM.

In India, this mission is backed by the Electronics and Computer Software Promotion Council (ESC) under the Indian Government’s Ministry of IT; India’s largest B2B exchange, indiamarkets.com; and the business association AWAKE. In the U.S., it has backing from prominent IT companies such as Cvent, Caucus Systems Inc., Challo, and DevelopmentEx.com Inc.; prominent Indian-American CEOs; Ernst & Young’s India Business Group; and the law firm of Thelen Reid & Priest.

Trade-ready businesses offering information technology products and services, especially software, are invited to apply to participate in this exciting virtual trade mission. Participants will have the opportunity to develop business relationships with other participants, secure sales and revenue if deals are made, and increase comfort levels with "going global."


Key target dates for the virtual trade missionTM include:

Participant Requirements

Each company will pay US$100 to participate, and can include one mission participant who is either the owner of the company, or an executive who is empowered to make and sign business deals on behalf of the company.

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