UPCOMING APRIL 13 EVENT

Less Risk, More Rewards: Insuring against the Risks of International Trade

REGISTER NOW

Helping your company succeed in international trade.

 

EXPLORE

Empowering companies big and small
to compete on the global stage.

 

BECOME A MEMBER

MITA exists through the support of our sponsors. Thank you.

 

BECOME A SPONSOR

Creating networking opportunities
throughout the region.

 

VIEW EVENTS

Connecting

Provide global know-how and information to our members.

Join MITA today

Informing

Create networking & educational opportunities on a wide variety of international topics. 

Discover MITA events

Empowering

Provides current, relevant and vital international trade information and resources.

Make Valuable Connections

MITA is a Madison, Wisconsin-based organization with the simple goal to connect and provide global know-how and resources to its members. MITA provides international trade information to the organizations and individuals looking to expand their international reach. From trade agreements to export documentation to economic trends and prevailing world issues, MITA keeps its members “in the know.”

In the Spotlight

Meet MITA’s longstanding Sponsor, The Geo Group and Georgia Roeming!

Georgia Roeming is the owner of The Geo Group Corporation, a full-service foreign language translation company. As a Women-Owned business, she manages 30 employees and by using a contractor network of some 700 native-speaker translators and interpreters encompassing more than 60 countries and 100 languages, the Geo Group supporting clients who are converting instructor-led and print […]

 

READ MORE >>

On the Road with M3 Insurance

MITA is pleased to announce M3 Insurance as an Event Sponsor of our March 9 event: Going Global: Leveraging US Trade Policy for International Success. M3 was founded in 1968 as an independent life insurance agency. Today they are a full-service insurance brokerage firm with six locations in Wisconsin serving industries ranging from manufacturing and distribution to government and financial institutions.

 

READ MORE >>

M.E. Dey provides guidance on Global Supply Chain Disruptions

There are many things that can affect shipping routes, transit times, and transportation costs. Currently the market is impacted by labor shortages, equipment scarcity and imbalance, vessels omitting ports of call and limited trucking availability. All of these factors combined are creating serious delays, increased costs and port congestion. Freight rates are at an ALL […]

 

READ MORE >>