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10th Annual Southeast U.S.-Canadian Provinces (SEUS-CP) Conference @ Fairmont Royal York
Jun 4 – Jun 6 all-day



The Southeastern United States – Canadian Provinces Alliance (SEUS-CP) is a strategic partnership between states in the southeastern United States and member provinces from Canada, which was established in November 2007.Alliance members meet annually at a conference that is designed to foster business-to-business interactions among business and industry leaders from a wide variety of sectors. The 10th annual conference, Trade Partnerships at Work, will be hosted by Ontario. Trade Partnerships at Work will focus on three industry sectors: automotive, ICT and clean technology, and feature B2B meetings with pre-selected business prospects. Other highlights include sessions about industry insights and best practices, in addition to networking events. The SEUS-CP conference is an excellent fit for companies seeking to expand their business in Canada, especially firms involved in the targeted industry sectors.

Companies from all industries, in addition to economic development organizations, are invited to attend the conference proceedings as an opportunity to meet industry and government leaders and to learn more about the U.S. Canadian bilateral relationship. Registration open soon at

For more information please contact:
Hilda Lockhart Director, International Trade Division, Alabama Department of Commerce, 334.242.0442 or or
Sophie Howard, International Trade Specialist, Alabama Department of Commerce, 334.353.1762 or:

U.S. Trade Policy in the New Administration @ Battle House Renaissance Hotel
Jun 13 @ 8:00 am – 10:00 am

The Mobile Area Chamber of Commerce and Adams & Reese LLP present this briefing supported by the Export Alabama Alliance. Speakers include DC representatives Josh Meltzer with the Brookings Intuition, Bryan Riley with the Heritage Foundation, and Ellyn Ferguson with CQ Roll Call. There is no charge to attend, but registration is required. Please click here for details and registration information.

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