ITA Strategic Partners
ITA Strategic Partners
Our Strategic Partners cover many locations and industries. Our work with them increases our expertise along all parts of the export process. Our Fiscal Year 2021 Strategic Partners are shown below.
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The Advanced Medical Technology Association (AdvaMed), is a trade association that leads the effort to advance medical technology in order to achieve healthier lives and healthier economies around the world. AdvaMed’s membership has reached over 400 members and more than 80 employees with a global presence in countries including Europe, India, China, Brazil, and Japan. AdvaMed’s member companies range from the largest to the smallest medical technology innovators and companies. The Association acts as the common voice for companies producing medical devices, diagnostic products and digital health technologies.
Founded in 1902, Association For Manufacturing Technology (AMT) represents and promotes U.S. based manufacturing technology. Our members are those who design, build, sell, and service the continuously evolving technology that lies at the heart of manufacturing. AMT’s goal is to provide the programs and services that will grow members’ businesses in every facet—product innovation, market expansion, employee development - and to represent and promote members and the manufacturing technology (MT) industry to the world at large.
The International Code Council (ICC) is the leading global source of model codes and standards and building safety solutions that include product evaluation, accreditation, technology, training, and certification. The model codes, standards and solutions are used to ensure safe, affordable and sustainable communities and buildings worldwide.
- Headquartered in Washington, D.C., the National Customs Brokers & Forwarders Association of America (NCBFAA) represents more than 1050 member companies with 110,000 employees in international trade - the nation’s leading freight forwarders, customs brokers, ocean transportation intermediaries (OTIs), NVOCCs and air cargo agents, serving more than 250,000 importers and exporters. Established in 1897 in New York, NCBFAA is the effective national voice of the industry. Through its various committees, counsel and representatives, the Association maintains a close watch over legislative and regulatory issues that affect its members. It keeps them informed of these and other related issues through its weekly Monday Morning eBriefing, and various meetings and conferences throughout the year.
- The Nuclear Energy Institute’s (NEI) mission is to promote the use and growth of nuclear energy through efficient operations and effective policy. NEI accomplishes this by providing a unified industry voice before Congress, the executive branch, state and local legislatures, and federal regulators, as well as international organizations and venues, on key policy issues. Promotion of U.S. exports to the growing global market for nuclear energy products and services is one of NEI’s primary objectives. In partnership with the U.S. Department of Commerce and other U.S. agencies, NEI organizes trade missions, webinars, and meetings to help identify market opportunities, facilitate access to overseas customers and partners, and advocate on policy barriers to U.S. competitiveness.
- United around the globe, the goal of the Organization of Women in International Trade (OWIT) is to foster international trade and the advancement of women in business. OWIT’s growing network continues to provide a collective forum to support education, to facilitate information exchange and to promote networking. In pursuing these goals, OWIT strives to provide a rewarding volunteer environment, to stay at the forefront of trade and technological developments, and to build partnerships and alliances with peer organizations and associations.
- The United States Nuclear Industry Council (USNIC) is the leading U.S. business advocate for advanced nuclear energy and promotion of the American supply chain globally. USNIC represents approximately 80 companies engaged in nuclear innovation and supply chain development, including technology developers, manufacturers, construction engineers, key utility movers, and service providers. USNIC’s educational programs, industry insights, and market intelligence brings together bi-partisan Federal and State legislators to create a successful clean energy paradigm that includes nuclear. For more information visit www.usnic.org.
- The mission of the USA Healthcare Alliance (USAHA) is to increase global export opportunities of services and manufactured goods for the U.S. healthcare sector by bringing together companies operating throughout the healthcare ecosystem — for-profit corporations, non-profit entities, global companies, and small businesses. USAHA strives to provide the best opportunities for our members to grow their businesses internationally. We increase alignment, coordination, and engagement on strategic investments in overseas healthcare projects. USAHA is especially interested in projects aimed at building larger healthcare infrastructure projects in emerging countries.
- Established in 2008, Sannam S4 specializes in strategic and sustainable market expansion. We work across industries with the world’s leading universities, corporates, nonprofit organizations, trade bodies and government agencies. By providing practical, high-quality and reliable local support services, including local representation, finance, tax and HR advisory as well as compliance support, Sannam S4 helps its partners successfully establish and grow their teams in dynamic markets. With operations in over 20 countries and deep knowledge across South and Southeast Asia, Sannam S4 employs more than 250 professionals with genuine local knowledge and global expertise in order to support its partners growth objectives overseas.
- The U.S.-India Business Council (USIBC) represents top global companies operating across the United States, India, and the Indo-Pacific. Amid dynamic growth within the U.S.-India commercial partnership, we serve as the premier voice of industry and create connections between businesses and governments across both countries. Through our flagship Washington, D.C. and New Delhi offices and presences across both countries, we work with members to identify and advance key policy priorities. Recognizing that U.S.-India trade is increasingly driven by new business hubs, USIBC is also focused on strengthening connections between cities and states.
- IHG Hotels & Resorts® is an international hotel company operating in over 100 countries and territories. IHG’s 16 brands including InterContinental® Hotels & Resorts, Regent, Voco, Six Senses, Crowne Plaza® Hotels & Resorts, Kimpton Hotels & Resorts, and Holiday Inn® Hotels and Resorts offer luxury upscale accommodations to reliable, familiar lodging. IHG also manages IHG Rewards®, the world’s first and largest hotel loyalty program with more than 100 million members worldwide. Our portfolio of hotels will meet your lodging or meeting requirements with impeccable service standards and value while you build your export strategy.
- Export with purpose. Exhibit with confidence. Kallman Worldwide is an export marketing advocate focused on helping U.S. business leaders capitalize on international trade events to grow their share of global markets. Our flagship USA Partnership Pavilion programs cover all the details of presenting a professional business environment to buyers, enabling exhibitors, clients and partners to maximize their event marketing opportunities, cultivate meaningful global business relationships and account for a measurable return on their export marketing investment. Kallman Worldwide provides advice, assistance and support services before, during and after professional trade events throughout the world.
- The National Institute for World Trade (NIWT), focuses on educating, informing, and training professionals to make for effective world trade. National Institute for World Trade was chartered in 1986 by the New York State Department of Education. NIWT has provided quality training services to both private and public enterprises seeking to enter or accelerate their growth in new international markets. With a highly skilled team of professionals we are able to provide to your key employees Certifications, training and knowledge to perform better. We can offer and customize to our clients training in critical management and compliance areas.
- GloBIS provides due diligence on any company, any size, anywhere in the world, as well as international partner searches, site visits, background investigations on individuals, local language media searches and market research. This information helps GloBIS’ clients mitigate risks by choosing the right international business partners, including determining credit limits for international buyers, hiring the right staff, and finding new markets for their goods. GloBIS has been a supplier of ICP reports to the US Commercial Service since 2004 and GloBIS reports are accepted by EXIM Bank.
- Trade Center Management Associates (TCMA), on behalf of the Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center (RRB/ITC), provides a dynamic hub for government, business, culture and community. As the first and only federal building dedicated to both public and private use, it The RRB/ITC also serves as the official World Trade Center Washington, DC (WTCDC). Through the World Trade Centers Association, WTCDC utilizes a global network of 750,000 affiliated business from 300 trade centers in over 100 countries to maximize its connections and capabilities. With this extended network, WTCDC works diligently to ensure TCMA at the RRB/ITC offers a rich mix of signature events such as high-profile economic summits, conferences and cultural programs. These initiatives foster international dialogue, enhance diplomacy, promote trade and generate business opportunities.