Export University

A Series to Provide Your Company with the Tools to be Competitive in the Global Marketplace! These export-training seminars are designed to provide you and your company with the basic tools to initiate or expand into international markets.

What Will Be Taught

International Risk Assessment, Methods of Payment, Letters of Credit, Incoterms, Harmonized Tariff Codes, Role of International Freight Forwarder, International Marketing Plan Guidance, Export Licensing, How to Find Foreign Buyers, and How to use a Foreign Trade Zone.

2015 Schedule

March 12, 2015: Export University 101, Greensboro, NC; for more information: Stephanie.heckel@trade.gov / 336.333.5345 Click here to register

April 29, 2015: Export University 201 – Export Documentation, Greensboro, NC; for more information: Stephanie.heckel@trade.gov / 336.333.5345 Click here to register

May 2015: Export University 201 – Exporting to Europe , Raleigh, NC; for more information: shirreef.loza@trade.gov / 919.281.2752

June 4, 2015: Export University 201– Website Globalization, Asheville, NC; for more information: greg.sizemore@trade.gov or 704.333.4886 ext. 229

September 14-21, 2015: Trade Winds Africa; for more information: http://www.export.gov/pennsylvania/tradewinds/index.asp

Discover Global Market Series; for more information: http://export.gov/discoverglobalmarkets/



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