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World Trade Week

For more than 93 years, World Trade Week (WTW), an initiative of the L.A. Area Chamber, has been the most extensive and unique program of its kind in the country. WTW actively promotes the positive aspects of international trade that are vital to a strong local and national economy through a series of educational programs and events.


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Encourage high school and university students interested in global trade and investment.


 

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2020 Sponsors

Presenting Sponsor
Platinum Sponsors
FedEx Logistics Turkish Airlines
Gold Sponsors
Consulate General of Mexico HSBC Bank Yusen Terminals Port of Los Angeles Cal State University Northridge Port of Long Beach Ontario International Airport NBCUniversal
Silver Sponsors
Fast Track Global Services Consulate General of Canada Bank of America Comerica Bank Karma Automotive Los Angeles World Airports United Airlines Crowell & Moring LLP
Bronze Sponsors
Interjet San Bernardino County Economic Development Agency Coppersmith Global Logistics Office of County Supervisor Mark Ridley-Thomas Loyola Marymount University - College of Business Administration AeroMexico Alba Wheels Up International, Inc. Air France - KLM Arent Fox LLP City Express Hoteles VivaAerobus Office of County Supervisor Kathryn Barger UCLA Extension Citizen Watch Company of America Boeing Imperial Hotel Tokyo Alaska Airlines
Patrons
  • Alohilani Resort Waikiki Beach
    City National Bank
    County of Riverside Economic Development Agency
    District Export Council of Southern California
    EXP
    FCL Logistics
    Green Closet Marketing Group
    Hong Kong Trade Development Council
    Pacific Harbor Line
    Price Transfer
    San Bernardino International Airport
    USC Gould School of Law

Supporters
  • The Center for International Trade and Transportation at Cal State Long Beach
    Hitachi, Ltd.

Media
Los Angeles Business Journal Supply Chain Brain Inbound Logistics