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International Buyer Program

A Simple Way to Business Network with U.S. Businesses

Are you considering attending a U.S. trade show to find new suppliers? If so, the International Buyer Program (IBP) will help you optimize your trade show experience and connect with the best U.S. companies.

U.S. Commercial Service Pakistan organizes delegations of Pakistani businessmen eager to explore the U.S. market for technology transfers, sourcing products and services, joint ventures with U.S. firms and franchises. The Commercial Specialists at each post handle all your travel logistics and hotel reservations, providing in depth business counseling, to help you find the best U.S. suppliers and other suitable partners.

The IBP supports selected world class U.S. trade shows in industries with high U.S export potential and that generate interest in markets worldwide. The U.S. Commercial Service Pakistan recruits Pakistani buyers to attend these events. At these IBP programs, U.S. firms are assisted in matching their products, marketing objectives, and geographic targets with the needs of Pakistani business visitors.

Some of the value-added services offered to our delegates are:

  • Complimentary show directory that includes the profile of each delegate
  • Hotel reservation at the show at discounted rates
  • Complimentary match-making service to delegates
  • Letter to the Consular Officer stating that the person is registered for an official trade show with the Commercial Service
  • Pre-departure briefing for the delegates in Pakistan
  • Pre-registration of the delegates and collection of badges in advance so that they do not have to stand in long lines
  • If required, assist delegates with interpretation service at the show with U.S. Exhibitors.
  • Complimentary use of the International Business Center at the show

Are you interested in becoming a delegation member for our shows? Contact us for more information.

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