Attendees at the WITC will be a cross section of the WITA membership, including trade leaders from across the U.S. government (Administration and Congress), embassies, business, law, academia, and trade practitioners from across industries and sectors.
- $25,000 Leadership Circle
- $15,000 Benefactor
- $10,000 Patron
- $5,000 Supporter
- $2,500 Friend of the Conference
If you would like information on how to sponsor the WITC, and to get visibility for your brand with trade leaders from around the world, please contact Diego Anez at 202-312-1600.
The conference will have 3 general plenary sessions and 4 breakout sessions, followed by a reception. We plan to address 4 different topics in each of the 4 breakout sessions (16 topics, total). Specific topics for breakout sessions will be determined in the weeks leading up to the Conference, in order to maximize the timeliness of the discussions and identify topics that may be of most interest to attendees.
All Plenaries, meals, reception and breaks present sponsorship opportunities.
Schedule of Events
- 8:00 AM: Registration and Continental Breakfast
- 8:30 AM: Opening Plenary
- 9:45 AM: Break
- 9:55 AM: Breakout 1
- 10:50 AM: Break
- 11:00 AM: Breakout 2
- 12:00 PM Luncheon Program
- 1:30 PM: Break
- 1:40 PM: Breakout 3
- 2:35 PM: Break
- 2:45 PM: Breakout 4
- 3:40 PM: Break
- 3:50 PM: Plenary
- 5:15 PM: Reception
Conference speakers will be recognized experts on these topics, drawn from among trade leaders in Washington, DC and elsewhere. A sample of topics we may address include:
- Update on Ongoing Trade Negotiations
- Inclusive Trade
- Trade and SME’s
- NextGenTrade®: New Technologies and Trade
- Trade and Global Value Chains
- 21st Century Workforce & Trade
- Trade Legislation
- Trade Politics
- Export Controls & Sanctions
- Trade Law Enforcement
- WTO: Plurilateral Trade Agenda
- Regulatory Harmonization
- Navigating the Maze of FTAs
- Managing Global Government Relations
- Global Value Chains
Contributions to support the Washington International Trade Conference are tax-deductible, and can be made to the Washington International Trade Foundation – a 501 (c)(3) organization that supports the educational mission of WITA.