During the trade show, the US Embassy will host four informational seminars
The US Embassy in Dhaka, in association with the American Chamber of Commerce in Bangladesh, will hold a three-day 27th annual "US Trade Show" in the capital from Thursday, showcasing American products and services US businesses can offer to Bangladeshi consumers.
Forty-eight exhibitors operating in Bangladesh, including in the energy, agro-mechanization, and food and beverage sectors, and more would display their products and services across 78 stalls at the trade show, which would conclude on Saturday, said a press release.
During the trade show, the US Embassy will host four informational seminars.
On February 28, the embassy officials will discuss the visa process, including business, investor and work visas, at 4pm, followed by a session at 5:15pm on studying in the United States and the free consultative education services provided by the US Embassy through its EducationUSA Advising Centers.
On February 29, the US Agency for International Development (USAID) will convene a discussion on “Private Sector Opportunities in Bangladesh” at 3pm and at 5pm, officials from the US government and representatives from the private sector will discuss “America’s Indo-Pacific Economic Vision.”
The trade show will also highlight the US business community’s contributions to Bangladesh’s impressive economic growth story, and demonstrate US commitment to deepening and broadening US-Bangladesh economic and commercial relations.
The participation of the US Embassy in Dhaka in the annual US Trade Show in Dhaka demonstrates the US commitment to supporting Bangladesh’s continued economic growth and development and a strong partnership to help ensure a free and open Indo-Pacific region based on market-based economics and free, fair, and reciprocal trade principles.