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Accessing International Markets - Mexico

October 21, 2021

Mexico is third among Virginia export destinations. Mexican companies, government agencies, and entire industries are deeply familiar with and receptive to U.S. products and services. U.S. producers often find it straightforward to market and sell their services and products in Mexico. The market continues to benefit from the agreement to modernize NAFTA into the USMCA, as well as from its proximity to the United States, and its modern port infrastructure. Mexico is the 15th largest economy in the world, and recent economic reforms have liberalized key sectors such as energy and telecommunications, creating market opportunities for U.S. companies. Close cultural, social, and economic ties make Mexico a natural market to consider for first-time and expanding exporters.

Speaker: Mary Claire Whitaker, Founding Partner, Neighbors International

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Middle East

Saudi Vision 2030

September 8, 2021

In 2016, Saudi Arabia’s reform-oriented Crown Prince, Mohammed bin Salman, announced his plans for the Vision 2030 initiative, a strategic plan whose aim is to drive diversified economic and social growth as the Kingdom begins to shift away from its traditional dependence on oil. Naturally, the success of such a transformative initiative relies on the expansive growth and development of a variety of key industry sectors, which in Saudi Arabia’s case include infrastructure, healthcare, education, and defense.

This report, compiled by VEDP’s Saudi Arabian market-expert consultants, provides a detailed, insightful overview of the Saudi Arabian economic and social landscape in which Virginia companies can find ample opportunities for commercial success. As a decidedly youthful country with the Gulf’s largest population and economy, Saudi Arabia offers a promising market for Virginia companies looking to take advantage of the Kingdom’s burgeoning private sector growth under the Vision 2030 initiative.

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Asia Pacific

Accessing International Markets – South Korea

August 5, 2021

South Korea is a sophisticated market with a taste for high-quality, differentiated products and commodities. South Korea’s gross domestic product (GDP) ranked 10th in the world in 2020. South Korea is looking for more technology-intensive industries to drive growth such as; healthcare (including medical devices, pharmaceutical, and biotechnology), defense, advanced manufacturing and information technology.

Speaker: Ken Yang, Director, Korea Business Services

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Europe

Accessing International Markets – Eastern Europe

July 20, 2021

Eastern Europe has been the faster growing part of Europe. Starting from a lower base 30 years ago, this region has enjoyed an outstanding level of economic development. Today, some of these economies are comparably strong to some of those in Western Europe, such as Italy, Portugal or Spain.

Speaker: Filip Korinek, Managing Director, EasyLink Business Services

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Africa

Healthcare and Life Sciences in Africa

July 13, 2021

Africa’s projected economic and demographic growth provide an ideal environment for healthcare exporters of goods and services to forge strategic partnerships. The African market provides opportunities in various subsectors, ranging from pharmaceuticals and medical devices, digital health, health services, infrastructure, and skills development and training.

This report provides a general overview of African healthcare and life sciences sectors. It offers specific insights into the current trends in Africa’s healthcare industry with a focus on Southern, East, and West African countries. The report also contains a sub-sector analysis, providing insights into medical devices, pharmaceuticals, digital health, and skills development and training.

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North America

Canadian Information and Communications Technology (ICT)

July 13, 2021

The Information and Communications Technology (ICT) industry in Canada is a substantial contributor to the Canadian economy. It is built by startups: Toronto has the second highest startup densities in the world after Silicon Valley and the industry is comprised of 80% small startups.

The Canadian ICT sector produced $170B in revenue in 2019 and saw a 25% increase in GDP between 2013 and 2019. Its continuous growth is fueled by investment from the Canadian government and international firms, an increase in cyber-attacks, and its ecosystem for innovation.

This report provides an overview of the Canadian ICT industry, including current trends, recent investments, the impact of Covid-19, and sub-sector analysis that contains key information about:

  • Cybersecurity
  • Internet of Things
  • Fintech
  • E-Health
  • EdTech
  • AI & Big Data
  • Video Games
  • Hardware