WEBINARS & TELECONFERENCES

February 3, 2015 @ 10:00 CST:  Discover Global Tourism Markets: Nordics Region – Webinar
Learn about the inbound travel market to the United States from the Nordics region covering the individual markets of Norway, Finland, Sweden and Denmark.  The Nordic region generated over 1,158,000 travelers to the United States in 2013, up 5% over 2012. The four countries combined generated the fourth largest number of visitors from Europe in 2013. Learn more about how each of the four markets from the Nordic region have changed over time for arrivals to the U.S. and also what we know about the key traveler characteristics of visitors from the Nordic region over time and how to use this information to tailor your promotions, marketing and communications approach to this country. Representatives from each of the countries will provide an update on their markets and a Brand USA representative will provide information on working in these markets.  All registrants will receive a copy of the presentations and a link to the netreplay recording available for one year.  To register for this event and for more details, please go to:  https://emenuapps.ita.doc.gov/ePublic/event/editWebReg.do?SmartCode=5Q3UCost: $50.  Dial and log-in information will be sent upon registration and payment.  For questions, contact Robert.Stackpole@trade.gov.

February 4, 2015 @ 6:30pm CST: U.S. Export Opportunities in Burma – Webinar
Webinar organized by the U.S. Embassy in Rangoon, Burma & the U.S. Department of Commerce’s Global Asia Team. The U.S. Commercial Service’s new Burma office opened in June 2014 and is poised to help U.S. exporters explore market opportunities. The country boasts a rich natural resources base, an estimated population of 51 million, a young labor force and a prime geographic location. Opportunities exist in almost all sectors, and the international business community and our global competitors are already focused on this emerging market. The Senior Commercial Officer, other Embassy experts, and private sector speakers will provide valuable insights into the commercial landscape, market complexities, U.S. Government programs and upcoming trade shows that can increase your potential to successfully do business in Burma. Fee: $25. Register online at http://go.usa.gov/MrmY. For questions, contact eduard.roytberg@trade.gov.

February 18, 2015 @ 1:00pm CST: Exporting to Mexico Series: ATA Carnet – An Option for Temporary Importations – Webinar
Webinar, sponsored by the U.S. Commercial Service, will describe when an ATA Carnet is used and how to apply for an ATA Carnet for temporary importation of professional equipment, samples and other commodities. 1:00 – 2:00 p.m. CST. Fee: $25. For information & registration, please see: http://export.gov/eac/show_detail_trade_events.asp?EventID=35545&InputType=EVENT.

March 18, 2015 @ 1:00pm CST: Exporting to Mexico Series: Mexican Labeling Requirements – Webinar
Webinar, sponsored by the U.S. Commercial Service, will focus on: the importance of label requirements in Mexico; how to comply with these rules; how to determine who is responsible for complying with these labeling standards and rules. 1:00 – 2:00 p.m. CDT. Fee: $25. For information & registration, please see: http://export.gov/eac/show_detail_trade_events.asp?EventID=35546&InputType=EVENT.

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