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, February 8

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, February 9

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.