About World Trade Day
Continuing a Trade & Investment Legacy
In 1935 President Franklin D. Roosevelt officially proclaimed a national observance in the United States each May of the benefits of global trade. Each U.S. President since then has renewed this declaration, asking for communities across the nation for their commitment.
The World Trade Center Atlanta, one of 320 centers of international business exchange across the globe, is responding to the call with its 4th Annual World Trade Day in Georgia on May 1, 2020.
This historic event will honor the international trade community and your contributions to the economic power of our region. It will convene CEOs, policy-makers, scholars and thought leaders to discuss today’s most pressing trade issues and opportunities to build a strong regional economy.
All Day Registration, Networking and Global Exchanges and International Pavilion 7:30am – 4:30pm
Welcome & Introduction
Governor Kemp’s World Trade Day Proclamation
Morning Keynote Speaker
Morning Parallel Panel Discussions
- Geopolitical Forces Impacting International Market Opportunities
- Financing Your Global Expansion: Uncovering Alternative Sources of Funding That Help Your Bottom Line
- Strategy Workshop: Website Globalization Seminar with US Commercial Service
Luncheon and Introductions of Key International Trade and Investment Organizations in Atlanta
John C. Portman Global Leadership Award
Afternoon General Assembly
- How Cybersecurity Affects Georgia’s Key Industry Leaders
Closing Reception, Networking and Musical Entertainment on the 3rd Floor Terrace
Sandy Springs Performing Arts Center
1 Galambos Way
Sandy Springs, GA 30328