Each fall 300 Washington business and community leaders gather at the Washington Trade Conference to learn about key issues in international trade policy and to identify actions to support upcoming priorities. Speakers include elected officials such as members of the Washington congressional delegation, administration officials, and industry trade policy experts.
This year the Washington Trade Conference will feature a discussion on how the presidential and congressional election results shape the outlook for progress on the trade agenda in 2017. Join us to hear trade experts discuss the 2017 outlook. Stay tuned for more speakers and the agenda.
When: Monday, March 13, 8:00 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
Where: Westin Hotel, 1900 Fifth Ave, Seattle, 98101
Registration: Members, $150 pre-paid; Non-members, $200 pre-paid. Tables of 10 $2,000.
Tables include priority table placement, signage, and logo displayed on event materials.
Speakers: Representative Kevin Brady, Representative Denny Heck, Representative Dan Newhouse, Representative Dave Reichert, POLITICO’s Adam Behsudi, Pew Research Center’s Bruce Stokes, Mayor of Tacoma, Marilyn Strickland, and Brooks Running’s Jim Weber.