Asia Trade Mission

Since 2005, USPAACC has been leading successful Trade Missions to China, Taiwan and India—designed to extend friendship, establish strategic connections, strengthen existing relations, promote American products and services, explore opportunities for joint ventures, and source potential suppliers.

Our goal is to strengthen the “global guanxi*,” connecting people with common business interests to establish and reaffirm relationships in a part of the world where personal contacts are very important.

Our future Trade Missions to Asia will continue to provide American businesses new access and comprehensive insight into the dynamic Asian market—including its scale, diversity and potential. Asia is a vibrant gateway to tremendous investment and growth opportunities for American businesses. Consequently, Asia will be viewed as an essential gateway to lucrative opportunities—a portal to enhancing and expanding the reach of American businesses in their quest to compete effectively in today’s global marketplace.

Past ATMs

See what happened on previous trade missions.

Asia Trade Mission throughout the years

CTM 2008

Traveled to Beijing, Dalian, and Shanghai—some of the world’s fastest-growing emerging markets. We opened doors to high-level networking opportunities and exchanged new ideas with international business leaders. For more information, download the 2008 CTM Program Book (PDF)

CTM 2009

Traveled to Nanjing, Shanghai, and Guangzhou. Our theme “Food, Beverage, Health & Safety Industries” tapped into new consumer industries and related dynamic markets that continue to offer great opportunities in this global economy. For more information, download the 2009 CTM Program Book (PDF)

ATM 2010

Traveled to Taipei in Taiwan, Chongqing and Shanghai in China. Trip highlights include:

  • A private meeting with Taiwan Vice President Vincent Siew at the Presidential Hall
  • A tour of the Hewlett Packard (HP China) research and development center
  • An International CEO Forum, and One-on-One Business Matchmaking Meetings with corporate executives from GE, Hisense, PepsiCo and Tech-Long in Chongqing
  • Special-guided VIP visit to the World Expo
  • Forum and Meetings with executives from SIPA, SIDEL, ICG and in Shanghai
  • Concluded with a reception at the Beijing Residence of the American Embassy Deputy Chief of Mission Mr. Robert Goldberg and Mrs. Goldberg
  • For more information, download the 2010 ATM Program Book (PDF)

ATM 2012

Traveled to Qingdao and Xi’an in China, Hyderabad and New Delhi in India. Trip highlights include:

  • Meeting with Vice Mayor of Xi’an
  • Tours of General Motors and Honeywell plants and Hisense R&D center
  • International CEO Forums with executives from ConAgra Foods, KHS Machinery, UPS, PepsiCo, Hisense, and Haisheng
  • Tour of the Terracotta Army Warriors Museum and the Taj Mahal
  • Concluded with a private meeting with the Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh
  • For more info see 2012 ATM Program Book (make it a link to the pdf)
  • For more information, download the 2012 ATM Program Book (PDF)

ATM 2013

Traveled to Tianjin, Chengdu and Shanghai. Trip highlights include:

  • Visit to manufacturing plants and R&D Centers of Coca-Cola, Flextronics, IBM, Ingersoll Rand, and Rockwell Collins
  • Dinner hosted by Ingersoll Rand’s China President and Global VP
  • Meeting with Consul General, The Honorable Peter Haymond in Chengdu
  • CEO Forum and Matchmaking Rounds in all three cities with participation from PepsiCo, IBM, Pfizer, Flextronics/Motorola, Ingersoll Rand, ConAgra Foods, Honeywell, Hyundai and Caesar’s Entertainment
  • For more information, download the 2013 ATM Program Book (PDF)

ATM 2014

Traveled to Guangzhou, Dalian and Shanghai. Trip highlights include:

  • Visit to manufacturing plants and R&D Centers of Bayer China, Pfizer, Dow Chemical and Intel
  • Visited Canton Fair – the largest trade fair in China
  • Meeting with three Consuls General, the Honorable Jennifer Galt in Guangzhou, the Honorable Scott Winhold from Shenyang and the Honorable Hanscom Smith in Shanghai
  • CEO Forum and Networking in all three cities with participation from Amgen, Bayer China, China Aramark Food Service, Cisco, Coca-Cola Company, Deloitte China, Dezan Shira & Associates, Dow Chemical, DTZ, Ernst & Young, Ford China, Ingersoll Rand, Intel, Pfizer, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Regus, United Airlines, and UPS
  • For more information, download the 2014 ATM Program Book (PDF)