18th Annual Global Business Conference

Growing a Vibrant, Inclusive and Connected Economy for Greater Philadelphia

June 9, 2022 | 8:30am - 12pm
Whether your company is an experienced exporter or a novice, the 18th Annual Global Business Conference (GBC) will set you up for global success. Presented by the World Trade Center of Greater Philadelphia (WTCGP) and Temple University's Fox School of Business, the GBC returns to a fully in-person event for the first time since 2019 on Thursday, June 9 from 8:30am – 12pm.

The theme of this year’s GBC is “Growing a Vibrant, Inclusive and Connected Economy for Greater Philadelphia.” Get the inside track on global market trends and success from leading business experts and government officials. Connect with market experts and experienced companies alike on leading growth opportunities and practical strategies to navigate challenges.
  • Experienced exporters will learn about the best options to get back into the global game as the world recovers from COVID.
  • Novice exporters will discover how to locate customers outside the United States (where 95% of the world’s customers reside).
  • Be the first to know about an exciting new global supplier diversity program specifically geared towards accelerating the path to exporting for minority- and women-owned businesses!
Register for the 18th Annual Global Business Conference 
Highlights include…
Past attendees recommend the GBC for myriad reasons...
“… World-class content delivered right here in Philadelphia,” Ed Breiner, Waln Run Investments

“Highly experienced speakers providing first-hand knowledge across a broad range of topics,” Bob Kritzer, Manager, International Markets, Harold Beck & Sons

“Quality speakers from both the private and public sectors… also excellent business networking opportunities,” Wilfred H. Muskens, Senior International Business Advisor, Marquis Advisory Group, LLC and Honorary Consul Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Kingdom of the Netherlands

Questions? Contact Membership Coordinator, smacdonald@wtcphila.org or call 215-586-4240.