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Geo Strategy Partners to Participate in Upcoming USAEDC 2022 Attaché Seminar

Geo Strategy Partners will be present as sponsor at the upcoming U.S. Agricultural Export Development Council 2022 Attaché Seminar, which will be held this July 13-14, in McLean, Virginia.

The event includes a full-day seminar about economic trends, the changing nature of global markets, climate & sustainability priorities, and coordinating overseas promotion. Among the participants will be the Foreign Agricultural Service and overseas post representatives, as well as USAEDC members, including U.S. commodity trade associations, farmer cooperatives, and state regional trade groups from around the country, representing the interests of growers and processors of a variety of U.S. agricultural products.

“We’re excited to sponsor this event, and we look forward to meeting new and past clients and networking with the USAEDC members and colleagues about international market development for U.S. agricultural products”, stated Margarita Espinosa, Client Engagement Manager at Geo Strategy Partners, who will be present at the event.

Geo Strategy Partners is a full-service global market research and strategy firm serving clients competing in economic development, industrial, and business-to-business markets since 1992. The firm’s economic development capabilities include market opportunity studies to develop and expand U.S. exports including determining market demand; developing econometric forecasting models to support future planning; analyzing industry competitive dynamics and helping organizations formulate winning go-to-market strategies.

GSP also works directly with economic development agencies in the areas of program evaluations, export promotion, strategic planning, market attractiveness modeling, technology transfer, and local representation.

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