The World Export Development Forum (WEDF) is a unique global platform dedicated to supporting trade-led development.
WEDF provides an issue-focused setting for policymakers, trade & investment support institutions and business leaders to gain practical understanding in trade competitiveness. It also provides unparalleled opportunities for business operators to network and meet with potential partners. Organized by the International Trade Centre (ITC), the only United Nations organization with an exclusive focus on assisting small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) to internationalize, WEDF is dedicated to the development of SMEs.
WEDF will bring together over 600 senior national and international policymakers, heads of trade support organizations, business leaders and representatives of international agencies. Through high-level plenaries, workshops and facilitated business-to-business meetings, participants will increase their practical knowledge in the latest innovations, processes and policies, and establish new partnerships and contacts.
2016 Trade for Success: Connect, Compete, Change
Trade: Innovate, Invest, Internationalize
Creating jobs through trade
growth markets: New dynamics in global trade
sector engagement with LDCs for tourism-led growth and inclusive sustainable
to post-crisis world trade patterns, and lessons for export development
Conscience: How Environment and Ethics are Influencing Exports
Down the Barriers – Charting a Dynamic Export Development Agenda
Development and Poverty Reduction: Linkages and Implications for Export
of Services: Hype or High Potential? Implications for Strategy-Makers
through Public-Private Partnership: Successes and Lessons Learned
for Development: Implications for Strategy-Makers
Competitive Advantage: The Values of National Strategy
Your Trade Support Network Working?
Development and the Digital Economy
Trade Promotion – The Need for a Strategic Response
If you are interested in learning more about WEDF, please contact us at wedf[at]intracen.org