Doing Business with Azerbaijan: Opportunities and incentive programs for American and Azerbaijani businesses


The U.S.-Azerbaijan Chamber of Commerce (USACC) 1212 Potomac Str., NW, Washington D.C., 20007

  • 06

  • July

  • 6:30 p.m.

The US-Azerbaijan Chamber of Commerce (USACC),

The USAID Private Sector Activity Program (USAID PSA),

Small and Medium Business Development Agency of Azerbaijan (KOBIA),

Embassy of the Republic of Azerbaijan to the United States

invite members and friends to join a

roundtable discussion on


Opportunities and incentive programs for

American and Azerbaijani businesses


Orkhan Mammadov

Chairman of the Board

Small and Medium Business Development Agency of

The Republic of Azerbaijan 

Matthew Edwards

Director, Office of Russia, Ukraine & Eurasia

U.S. Department of Commerce

Christine Brown

Director, Trade Policy

Office of International Trade 

U.S. Small Business Administration

Sheryl Cowan 

Senior Vice-President

Cultivating New Frontiers in Agriculture (CNFA)

Refreshments will be served.

The government of Azerbaijan is pursuing a policy of import substitution and export and investment promotion via various government incentives, as well as trade and investment-facilitating mechanisms, open to both local and foreign businesses, and the U.S. government supports this vision with different initiatives and programs.

Research and feasibility studies conducted by USAID show that there is a great demand in Azerbaijan for U.S. knowledge and technology adoption in all sectors of economy, including food production, agriculture, ecotourism, information technologies, logistics and hospitality.

The organizers seek to bring government and private sector participants from Azerbaijan and the United States together to network, share ideas, identify and discuss business opportunities, learn about business incentives and build lasting relationships between the two countries.

Join us and learn about incentives, trade and investment promotion programs being offered within the framework of a trilateral collaboration of USACC, USAID and KOBIA.

Registration for this event is REQUIRED. Please, confirm your attendance by EOB July 6, 2022, by emailing us at [email protected]