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International Affairs Lobbyists in Washington, D.C. Protecting your ability to profit

International Affairs Lobbying is about communicating with the right legislators and regulators to remove trade barriers to allow you to better market your products. Lobbyist firms focusing on International Affair legislation must understand trade, economics, transportation issues, agriculture, and who is the right law maker to work with to achieve your goals.

In the first half of 2010, US exports totaled $482 billion, up 24.5% from the previous six-month period. U.S. exports spanned a broad range of products and services.

Despite the World Trade Organization (WTO) Agreement signed in 1994 that covered most all products traded from household items to agriculture, banking and telecommunications, many countries have allowed for the proliferation of technical barriers to trade, specifically sanitary and phytosanitary barriers, to protect their domestic industries.

Cansler Consulting relies on our international affairs lobbying experience and contacts in multiple federal agencies with jurisdiction over trade issues to provide services designed to identify and connect your business to opportunities around the world. We'll also identify and determine your eligibility for federal programs that help you expand your markets. If barriers to trade are erected against your product(s), Cansler Consulting can use its experience, knowledge and our international contacts to help tear them down.



Cansler Consulting government relations lobbyistsIf you need quality representation from an entrepreneurial lobbying firm contact Cansler Consulting. We are a certified lobbying practice that is experienced in the multi-faceted and inter-related industries of Agriculture, Biotechnology, Food and Drug Safety, Health, Immigration, Transportation & Infrastructure, International Trade and Energy. Through our congressional and regulatory relationships established for over two decades we can help you the policy makers on Capitol Hill and navigate the federal budgeting process. You can contact us at