15mar(mar 15)2:00 pm17(mar 17)5:00 pmVirtual Trade Mission to Massachusetts
Massachusetts's gross state product (GSP) in 2019 reached $518.7bn, with growth of 2.7% over the 5-years to 2019. The leading industries in Massachusetts include biotechnology, maritime trade, engineering, information technology, finance,
Massachusetts’s gross state product (GSP) in 2019 reached $518.7bn, with growth of 2.7% over the 5-years to 2019.
The leading industries in Massachusetts include biotechnology, maritime trade, engineering, information technology, finance, tourism, as well as higher education.
Boston is a thriving centre of scientific research. The Boston area’s many colleges and universities make it a world leader in higher education, including law, medicine, engineering and business, and the city is considered a global pioneer in innovation and entrepreneurship, with nearly 5,000 start-ups.
Key sectors in Massachusetts:
· Computer and electronics
· Product manufacturing
· Chemical manufacturing
· Food processing
Top three trade mission goals:
- To gain insight into the possibility of potential buyers for your products/services the state of Massachusetts
- To generate potential new customers, and explore partnership opportunities with American businesses
- To gain insight into the local market including support in market, legal and financial considerations
As part of this mission, you will take part in a market awareness session in collaboration Scottish National American British Council as well as two b2b meetings based on your requirements and with the support from our partners’ in-market.
If you are a Scottish company within the sectors mentioned above and you are interested in joining this trade mission please email firstname.lastname@example.org and tell us a little more about your business. From there, we will send you out an application form.
The application deadline is Friday the 5th of November.
Please note that there will be a restriction on the number of spaces available; if you are shortlisted for this mission then a registration fee of £75 will be applicable
15 (Tuesday) 2:00 pm - 17 (Thursday) 5:00 pm GMT