Governor Hassan'sTrade Mission to Turkey
Continuing her efforts to boost New Hampshire’s economy through the promotion of international trade, Governor Maggie Hassan will lead a delegation of New Hampshire businesses on a June trade mission to Turkey, where they will explore the increasing potential of a growing international market.
“To keep New Hampshire’s economy growing and creating jobs, we are focused on helping our businesses enter new markets and making the Granite State a leader in selling our goods and services around the world,” Governor Hassan said. “This trade mission will build on the progress that helped make New Hampshire the fastest-growing state for exports in 2013 by helping our businesses find new opportunities in Turkey’s growing market.”
Organized in partnership with the Confederation of Businessmen and Industrialists of Turkey (TUSKON) and the Turkish Cultural Center in Manchester, the trade mission will take place June 20-27. TUSKON includes seven regional federations and more than 200 business associations, representing more than 140,000 firms in the Turkic region, which includes neighboring countries such as Azerbaijan and Kazakhstan. The organization will connect the trade mission’s participants with decision makers in business, government and higher education.
Trade mission participation fee: $2,500 (includes business matchmaking appointments in Istanbul and Ankara, hotel, in country transportation, networking events). Additional support is available to STEP qualified NH businesses. Interested companies are invited to download the NH Turkey Trade Mission application packet.
Deadline for STEP assistance is April 11, 2014
Deadline for trade mission application is April 25, 2014
For more information, visit www.exportnh.org or call Tina Kasim, program manager for the New Hampshire International Trade Resource Center at 271-8444.