As Daniel Gross put it in his April 2012 article in Newsweek Magazine, U.S. exports represent a side of the economy that is booming. "To hear declinists tell it, the U.S. doesn’t make anything anymore. Well, yes, except for the $180 billion in goods and services Americans export every month. Outside the U.S., there are 6.6 billion people with generally rising living standards who are willing and eager to buy what Americans are selling. Since bottoming in April 2009 at $124 billion, monthly exports have risen nearly 50 percent. In 2010, when the economy added 1.03 million new jobs, the number of jobs supported by exports rose by 500,000, from 8.7 million to 9.2 million."

Like the success of many of our exhibiting companies, our economy depends on exports. At Imex, we like to think that we contribute to this important effort.

Satisfying the needs of our exhibiting companies is priority #1.

We start by identifying the most reputable trade events in the world and making them accessible to North American companies. Then we deliver a seamless, stress-free and cost-effective experience – from initial contact and pre-show preparation, to on-site assistance and post-show follow up.

Services Offered to North American Exporters

Pavilion exhibitors:
  • Prime exhibit space strategically located in a high traffic area on show floor - focal point for international importers and brokers
  • USA/North American Pavilion identification projecting high profile status and highlighting the importance of U.S./North American exhibitors to the market
  • All-inclusive stand fitting service, complete with attractive booth design, high-quality hard wall stand, carpeting and lighting
  • Professional step-by-step guidance and logistical coordination from Imex Management staff in the U.S. and on show site
  • Marketing support services from the USDA/USDoC office in host city including local promotion to importers, on-site market briefing and on-going market assistance during the show
  • Assistance with hotel accommodations and shipping
  • Assistance with translating, on-site interpretation
Direct exhibitors (holding independent booths):
  • Booth assignment support
  • Booth stand fitting design, production, set-up and dismantling
  • Pre-show liaison with overseas show organizer
  • Assistance with hotel accommodations and shipping
  • On-site assistance
  • Assistance with translating, on-site interpretation