The 10th U.S. Business Day, the highly anticipated annual business event between Taiwan and the U.S., will take place on Oct. 5, 2021 at the Taipei International Convention Center. The “U.S. Business Day” is co-hosted by the Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA) and TAITRA. It is also co-organized by the American Institute in Taiwan (AIT) and American State Offices Association (ASOA).
This year’s event features the one-on-one virtual business meeting and the Forum on TW-U.S. Business Opportunities. We will have professionals and analysts as speakers participating in the forum and share potential opportunities for infrastructure in the U.S. The one-on-one virtual business meeting is an opportunity for enterprises to meet prospective business partners. In recent years, representatives from the U.S. Economic Development Administration were also invited to introduce investment opportunities of their respective states.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the event this year will be hybrid, with an in-room opening ceremony, signing ceremony of MOU, Forum on TW-U.S. Business Opportunities as well as one-on-one virtual business meetings. U.S. businesses are welcome to join the one-on-one virtual business meetings, which will span over two days to facilitate business opportunities.
The U.S. is a major trading partner of Taiwan. In 2020, Taiwan is the U.S.’s 10th largest trading partner and the U.S. is Taiwan’s 2nd largest trading partner. The U.S. Business Day is believed to be an important event to further strengthen U.S.-Taiwan economic partnership.
For more information, please refer to this document: US Business Day