International Reception

International attendees and dignitaries are invited to a pre-show reception to network with fellow international attendees, exhibitors, and show staff.

Location

Tractor Museum in Heritage Complex

Date

Monday

International Business Center (IBC)

Visit the IBC to register, network, conduct a meeting, catch up on work, and grab a snack. Work stations, power, and a meeting room are available at no cost.

Location

Median & S Streets, across from Corteva Agriscience Center

Dates

Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday

 

Business Matchmaking

Provided by Central California District Export Council, all attendees and exhibitors can pre-register business matchmaking assistance.

Registration opens in October

Location

Heritage Room in Heritage Complex

Date

Tuesday

International Trade Seminars

The Center for International Trade Development (CITD) will present their International Trade seminar series on Wednesday during World Ag Expo®.

VIEW seminars

Location

Seminar Trailers on South & U Streets

Date

Wednesday, February 10

Registration opens October 1.
To request a personalized letter of invitation, register and purchase World Ag Expo® tickets.

BUY TICKETS

 

Letters of invitation will be generated after you purchase your World Ag Expo® tickets, and will be sent via email within five (5) business days. This letter is not a guarantee for admittance to the United States. NO REFUNDS for denied access.

For more information, contact international@farmshow.org

This listing serves as a guide for International attendees and customers who are interested in connecting with exhibitors who will export products and/or services. Pick up a World Ag Expo® show guide, to view the list. Exhibitors are highlighted in the alphabetical exhibitor list with a globe icon. Or, view the list online now.

Export Directory

For international visitors who are planning to attend World Ag Expo®, the U.S. Commercial Service office of the American Embassy/Consulate in your country offers free business assistance to qualified companies. Firms who do business outside the United States, but are interested in attending World Ag Expo® to find U.S. suppliers of goods and services, are considered to be “qualified companies”.

The U.S. Commercial Service offices overseas can assist you in gaining the most from World Ag Expo® with friendly assistance in your own language; help finding U.S. suppliers before, during and after the Expo; help arranging hotel and travel packages; assistance with visa application procedures where necessary and much more. For more information, contact the U.S. Commercial Service.