Making Global Local

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Making Global Local (MGL) streamlines USTDA’s ability to share and support new global opportunities at the local level, giving the program a two-way capability to reach an alliance of partners. In 2019, MGL added 15 new partners, now totaling more than 90 partners across 33 states who participate in the full range of USTDA’s export-promotion programs, including reverse trade missions, business briefings and overseas workshops.

2020 Partners

StatePartner OrganizationStatePartner OrganizationStatePartner Organization
AZArizona Commerce AuthorityILIllinois Chamber of Commerce NVNevada Industry Excellence
AZGlobal ChamberINIndy Chamber NYErie County Industrial Development Agency
CACalifornia Centers for International Trade DevelopmentKSKansas Global Trade Services NYU.S Export Assistance Center of New York
CA California Chamber of CommerceKSWorld Trade Center Kansas City OHOhio Development Services Agency
CA County of Riverside – Office of Foreign TradeKYKentucky District Export Council PAChester County Economic Development Council
CA Governor’s Office of Business and Economic DevelopmentKYWorld Trade Center Kentucky PADuquesne University Small Business Development Center (SBDC)
CA Los Angeles Area Chamber of Commerce’s Global Initiatives Dept.LALouisiana Economic Development PAKutztown University
CA Los Angeles County Economic Development CorporationLAWorld Trade Center New Orleans PAPennsylvania Department of Community & Economic Development, Office of International Business Development
CALos Angeles Mayor’s Office of Economic DevelopmentMAGreater Boston Chamber of Commerce PAPennsylvania Small Business Development Centers
CALos Angeles Regional Export CouncilMAMassachusetts Office of International Trade and Investment PAWorld Trade Center of Greater Philadelphia
CANorthern California World Trade CenterMDBaltimore Export Assistance Center TNTennessee Department of Economic and Community Development International Division
CAWorld Trade Center of San DiegoMDMaryland Office of International Investment and Trade TXGreater Beaumont Chamber of Commerce
COWorld Trade Center DenverMDMaryland Small Business Development Center TXGreater Houston Partnership
COColorado Office of Economic Development and International TradeMNGreater MSP TXMayor’s Office of Trade and International Affairs
CODenver Sister Cities InternationalMNMinnesota Dept. of Employment and Economic Development TXWorld Affairs Council of Dallas/Fort Worth
DEWorld Trade Center DelawareMNMinnesota Trade Office UTUtah Governor’s Office of Economic Development
FLFlorida Export Finance CorporationMOMissouri International Trade & Investment Office UTWorld Trade Center Utah
FLMiami-Dade County Office of Economic Development & International Trade MOWorld Trade Center St. Louis VAAmerica’s SBDC’s
FLWorld Trade Center Orlando MOMontana Office of Tourism and Business Development/Dept. of Commerce VAArlington Economic Development Agency
GAGeorgia Department of Economic Development MOMontana World Trade Center VACity of Norfolk Department of Development
GAInvest Atlanta MSMississippi Development Authority International Trade Office VAPort of Virginia
GAMetro Atlanta Chamber of Commerce NCCity of Durham, Office of Economic and Workforce VASmall Business Development Center (SBDC) – DC, MD, VA, WV, and DE
GAUniversity of Georgia Small Business Development Center NCThe City of Charlotte VAVirginia Economic Development Partnership
GAWorld Trade Center Atlanta NDNorth Dakota Trade Office VAVirginia Small Business Development Center – Mason SBDC
GAWorld Trade Center Savannah NENebraska Department of Economic Development VTVermont Economic Development Authority
IAIowa Economic Development Authority NHDepartment of Business & Economic Affairs State of New Hampshire WAExport Finance Assistance Center of Washington
ILChoose DuPage NJState of New Jersey Business Action Center WIState of Wisconsin/ Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation
Development Group
NJU.S. Commercial Service of Central & Southern NJ