The Massachusetts Export Center’s Annual Export Expo – the state’s largest and most important export event of the year – is scheduled to take place on Friday, January 27, 2023.  This year’s Export Expo is a virtual event and features workshops, panel discussions and special addresses on a wide variety of export-related topics.

Register for the Expo here.

Keynote speaker Under Secretary of Commerce for Industry and Security Alan F. Estevez will provide an update on the latest U.S. export regulatory developments, including new controls targeting China’s technology production capabilities, expansion of list-based and end-use restrictions, and the strategic evolution of export control policy under the Biden Administration.

See full list of speakers here. Check back for additional speakers to be added.

Among the topics being discussed at the Expo: important developments in the US international trade environment, including the continued impact of global threats, policy and regulation on global trade operations.  Other discussions address changes in export control policy, recent export control and enforcement policy actions, shifts in use of list-based sanctions, outbound and inbound foreign investment screening initiatives, and impacts of policies involving China and Russia, with a focus on helping companies navigate a dynamic and increasingly complex global trade environment.

The Expo includes an exhibit area featuring government, non-profit and private sector service providers serving the export community.

About Mass Export Center

The mission of the Massachusetts Export Center is to help companies throughout the Commonwealth achieve success in global markets, thereby contributing to economic growth in the state. Our goal is to meet the complex needs of exporters by developing and providing targeted, high-impact services delivered through a statewide network of international trade professionals.