Learn the latest techniques of exporting: understand export marketing, international trade finance, export licensing; experience a day of management-level pragmatic instruction from experts in the field of international business!! See below for details.

The New York District Export Council, in cooperation with the U.S. Commercial Service, Hofstra University, FedEx, and Citibank present:

EXPORT UNIVERSITY 101* | Introduction to Exporting

Date: Wednesday June 26, 2013
Registration:
8:00 Registration
Time
: 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Export University
Note:
Continental Breakfast & Lunch Included
Location:
Hofstra University, CV Starr Hall Room #209 Hempstead, NY 11550
Cost:
$50.00 (Fee waived for Hurricane Sandy Impacted Companies)

WHO SHOULD ATTEND: This seminar is ideal for marketing and sales management and support staff, import/export operations personnel, purchasing, logistics, and anyone with a responsibility for import/export functions.

Export University is a series of courses on exporting designed to help U.S. companies start or sharpen their export focus in order to gain increasing skills and innovation in their overseas activities. This course is also designed for new-to-export firms that would like expert advice on the basics of exporting. Attendees will receive a certificate following completion of this course.

Please join us to learn about important topics for beginning exporters.

Agenda includes:

  • Getting Ready to Export
  • Developing Customer Relationships
  • Building a Global Infrastructure
  • International Logistics
  • Trade Regulations and Legal Issues
  • Managing Payment and Financing

About the Presenters: The Export University instructors are international trade practitioners that are primarily members of the New York District Export Council, a volunteer group of private-sector individuals appointed by the U. S. Secretary of Commerce to provide mentoring on exporting U. S. goods and services. They will present the course material drawing from their extensive experience in international trade.

For question or to register, please contact Shakir Farsakh at the Long Island U.S. Export Assistance Center, 646-722-0182, Shakir.Farsakh@trade.gov.