RE+ 2023 has partnered with the U.S. Department of Commerce’s (USDOC) International Trade Administration (ITA) to offer the Global Partnership Program.
The USDOC Global Buyers Program helps U.S. companies by recruiting overseas buyers to attend in-person at RE+ 2023. These global buyers are interested in meeting with U.S. equipment and service exporters before, during, and after the show. This is a great opportunity to build partnerships and increase export sales. The Global Buyers Program offers business to business (B2B) matchmaking; business to government (B2G) matchmaking; and an industry-specific international seminar. These programs are complimentary to RE+ 2023 U.S. exhibitors and attendees.
Participation in the three USDOC export programs are available only to U.S. exhibitors whose products represent U.S. content of at least 51%.
The U.S. Department of Commerce is facilitating Business-to-business (B2B) matchmaking meetings between international buyer delegations from across the world and U.S. companies at RE+ 2023. If you are interested in connecting with U.S. companies, please register your interest by filling out the Buyer Delegate Interest Form.
U.S. Export Interest Directory
Get listed in the U.S. Export Interest Directory. This directory is distributed to all RE+ delegate buyers for potential business connections with your company.
International Market Consulting
Meet with U.S. Embassy and Consulate energy specialists from around the world as part of the International Market Counseling program. By participating in this complimentary program, U.S. exhibitors and attendees will receive the following, customized to their company’s business profile:
- Briefing on potential market opportunities and sales prospects for your product or service
- Connection point to other networking and foreign buyer opportunities
- Analyze in-country business trends, best prospects, and market intelligence
- Develop follow-up plan to pursue new or additional partners in the market using the program's global network
International Market Seminars
In the weeks leading up to the event, U.S. exhibitors and attendees can gain valuable insights into international markets represented at the show through interactive, online webinars organized by the USDOC.