A Two-Day eConference and Expo event oriented to connect professionals, companies, and organizations to support international trade around the globe.

We're pleased to share this final wrap-up message for the Third Edition of Pacific Trade eConference + Expo 2020.


This year's conference was indeed special since it came at a particularly uncertain moment.  The COVID-19 crisis has caused a global impact with no clear end at sight.  The enormous challenges we face, call for greater collaboration, reliable information, and most importantly, for renewed connections.


In this new age, our engagement with the audience around the globe through digital platforms allowed us to connect different participants who joined us, our social network interaction has increased by 150% in the last couple of months, being extremely supportive and collaborative at all levels, and I am very grateful for that.

Most used keywords during the presentations.


Thanks to our Team, our event supporters, the speakers for contributing with their time, talent and expertise, to the companies and organizations participating in the expo area, and a big thank you to all of you for joining us in this platform available with the main purpose to connect entrepreneurs, international trade professionals, small and medium-sized enterprises and organizations by sharing best practices in several related areas and discovering new business opportunities in international trade.


On September 2 & 3, 2020, two days of business experience, 284 attendees representing 18 countries, 11 event supporters, 30 speakers, 7 presentations on stage, 7 breakout sessions, 38 booths in the expo area from Canada, Colombia, Costa Rica, Mexico, Panama and Peru, had the opportunity to learn from panel and keynote presentations, connect with other businesses, organizations and entrepreneurs, and discover new trends, services and products.


We also continue to promote and scale women's engagement in global trade, providing information through different presentations about ongoing initiatives and programs to empower women in trade and connect them to global markets.  


Keeping in mind the various challenges and constraints, more is needed to partner and collaborate as we move ahead, more so in difficult times like this. We need to support each other, we need to buy and recommend each entrepreneur's products and services since we are better together.  We believe in what we do and we will continue in this mission to 



If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us. 


See you in 2021!


Best regards,

Carolina Vasquez