Trade Mission

Through this service, the Chamber can help you introduce your product or service in Belgium and / or Luxembourg. In a trade mission we differentiate the following stages:

Market analysis

With the aim of studying the viability of the product / service in Belgium and / or Luxembourg, the Chamber will prepare a preliminary report containing information on the sector, competitive analysis, product positioning, recommendations, and any included additional information that may be of interest to the company.

Identification of oportunities

Depending on the criteria and information that your company gives us, the Chamber will identify and develop a list of potential customers / distributors / traders.

Visibility and contacts

A presentation of your company is given for the companies on the list, by sending a promotional mail prepared by the Chamber and the subsequent telephone follow-up of the correct reception and understanding thereof, in order to introduce your company to potential customers / distributors / dealers, strengthening its brand image with our institution. The Chamber may be responsible for managing shipments product samples, if required.

Trade Agenda

With the contacts that have responded positively to the presentation of the product / service, we establish a trade agenda or showroom in Belgium and / or Luxembourg. The Chamber provides the possibility of holding meetings in our facilities, such as accompany the company representatives during their visits. The Chamber is responsible for the logistical organization of the trade agenda, and provides the service of simultaneous interpretation into local languages if necessary.

Services after Trade Agenda

After the trade agenda, the Chamber keeps track of new contacts and collaborates with the company in the follow-up of the first orders and trade agreements.

Although the Chamber recommends the implementation of all phases of a Trade Mission to ensure its success, it offers companies the possibility to hire separate services of interest.

It also offers the possibility to organize Reverse Trade Missions to Belgian / Luxembourgian companies interested in exporting to Spain.

Required information 

  • Detailed information about the company and its business activity.
  • Product / services files.
  • Sales prices.


The estimated average time required to execute a full trade mission is 2 months from receipt of proof of payment.


The cost varies depending on the activity of the business sector.

Members of Chambers may benefit from a preferential rate.

The Chamber will make a cost reduction in the recruitment of multisectoral trade missions.

How do I apply?

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