Exporting 101: Should international trade be a component of your company’s growth?

Exporting 101: Should international trade be a component of your company’s growth?

Wednesday, February 12, 2020, 8:00am – 2:30pm, Holiday Inn, 36 Valley Road, Clark, NJ 07066 (Exit 135 GSP)
Cost: $45.00 – includes light breakfast and lunch
Registration is required:

Know where to begin, what to do next, how to cover all the bases, make sure these efforts minimize risk and turn a profit. This seminar will cover all the essentials of exporting and is specifically designed for small and medium-sized businesses to increase their sales beyond their domestic market.

Topics will include: Federal Government Resources, International Business Services of N.J., Export-Import Bank of the U.S., U.S. Small Business Administration, International Methods of Payments, Logistics of Global Shipping, Building a Global Customer Network, International Legal Issues, Export Tax Benefits, Export Counseling

Export 101 Agenda

8:00AM to 8:30AM, Check-in, Networking, Breakfast
8:30Am to 9:00AM, Welcome SCORE, Unity Bank, Westfield Chamber, DEC, KellerWilliams
9:00AM to 9:30AM, Federal Government Resources, Tricia McLain, U.S. Commercial Service
9:30AM to 10AM, NJ International Business Services, Eddy Mayen, Office of NJ Export Promotion, NJBAC
10AM to 10:30AM, U.S. Export-Import Bank, Regina Gordin, Deputy Director Small Business
10:30AM to 11AM, Eduard Ekel, SBA Regional Export Finance Manager
11AM to 11:30AM, International Methods of Payment, Charles Dugan, VP Global Trade Finance, TDBank
11:30AM to 12 Noon, lunch & networking
12 Noon to 12:30PM, Building a Global Customer Network, Christopher Almonte, Spectra Color
12:30PM to 1PM, International Legal Issues, Steven M. Richman, Clark Hill PLC
1PM to 1:30pm, Export Tax Benefits, Erasmo Bruno, International Tax Service, Friedman LLP
1:30 to 2PM, Logistics of Global Shipping, Michel Wouters, Worldwide Logistics Limited
2PM to 2:30PM. Export Counseling, Michel Wouters, District Export Council
2:30PM, adjournment