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International Resources

There are many opportunities outside of the U.S. The U.S. Department of Commerce hosts events, webinars and even trade missions to promote U.S. companies abroad. Visit and to see all the resources offered by the U.S. Government.

Planned & awarded opportunities at/above $200K are posted at:

AIA Global Resource Primer

Click HERE to review articles in the AIA Global Resource Primer that provide awareness of the cultural differences and give helpful guidance for practicing abroad.

Click HERE for the International Union of Architects Website­


­Caribbean Countries Resource Guide

­Click HERE­­­­­ ­ ­to access a resource guide that provides an abundance of information about Caribbean Countries, including:

  • Population.

  • Culture.

  • History.

  • Government structure.

  • Climate.

  • Economy.

  • Tourism.­

The following information is provided by the U.S. Commercial Service of the US Department of Commerce.

To learn more, please contact­ ­­or:

Jorge Arce, Director

Jacksonville, Gainesville, Tallahassee & Pensacola U.S. Export Assistance Center

U.S. Commercial Service (U.S. Department of Commerce)

Cell: +1 904-477-9485



Upcoming Webinars:

­Rafael Nuñez Airport Expansion: Business Opportunities in Cartagena, Colombia

access africaDate:­ Second Wednesday of the Month, February through September, 2023

Access Africa Now is a virtual event series hosted by the US Department of Commerce that presents business opportunities in Africa. The series will cover eight markets including Kenya, South Africa, Ghana, Nigeria, Mozambique, Tanzania, Angola and Ethiopia.­

Event Information

  • Discover sub-Saharan Africa. Learn about export opportunities and trade resources that will place you firmly on the road to exporting success.
  • Meet on-the-ground U.S. Department of Commerce staff who can assist you in entering the sub-Saharan Africa markets.
  • Hear directly from U.S. companies who have succeeded in doing business in sub-Saharan Africa.
  • The presentations will include market information, as well as opportunities and challenges.

­Cost $200






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