Member Benefits

Building a business takes connections. The International Trade Council is driven to help its members connect with people and organisations they need for success.

As a member of the International Trade Council, you will receive a host of benefits that will make a difference in your business and in your profession.

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Benefits Common to all Plan Types

  • Referrals: Every day the Council receives calls from individuals and businesses looking for potential vendors. The Council typically recommends other Council members.
  • Professional Growth: From peer-to-peer networking events to professional development sessions; from business leader round-tables to policy committees – the International Trade Council offers your business plenty of opportunities to get involved in activities that will allow you to grow professionally and improve the performance of your organisation.
  • Networking Opportunities: As a member of the Council you have the opportunity to participate in a range of business round-tables, breakfast networking sessions, functions, committees and work-groups. Connect with other businesses and future customers while gaining vital information to help you grow your business.
  • One-on-one Business Introductions: The Council performs one-on-one business introductions for specific organisations looking to enter new markets or simply locate customer contacts in larger organisations.
  • National & International Representation: The Council connects businesses, legislators and the media both locally and across the globe. If you need something the Council can help you in more than 72 countries.
  • Exhibitions and Delegations Abroad: The Council encourages its members to participate in exhibitions both locally and abroad arranged by the Council, related organisations & respective governments. The visits of trade delegations of our members are also organised.
  • Political Briefings: The Council hosts both off-line an on-line political briefings which provide members with the opportunity to hear about new initiatives and discuss their individual business concerns with key government figures.
  • Volunteer Opportunities: The Council has many volunteer opportunities throughout the year for you to participate in, letting you give back to the communities that you care about.
  • Professional Services & Business Support: The Council offers a range of professional services to its members.
  • Valuable Data and Customisable Tool Sets: The Member Portal hosts a range of resources including customisable courseware, PR contacts, venture capital leads, e-books, legal templates and more.