Government Programs for Exporters
Build Your Export Markets By Utilizing Government Programs and International Branding
Fairleigh Dickinson University invites you to attend a breakfast seminar which will provide you with up to date information on government programs designed to help your business grow by seizing the opportunity in the growing international market. We all know how important it is to diversify your marketing efforts and this is the opportune time to enter or expand your sales efforts.
This program will cover a broad range of subjects from how to obtain qualified market leads to a program that is designed to provide financial and technical support for those companies adversely impacted by imports. The seminar will also embrace how branding strategies can be used to help in your marketing efforts.
The cost is right. The location is easily accessible and there is ample parking. We look forward to seeing you on March 9.
Welcome and Introduction
Herbert Ouida, Director, Global Enterprise Network office of Global Learning Fairleigh Dickinson University (Moderator)
Utilizing Grant Funds To Improve Your Global Competitiveness
Todd Shevlin, Project Manager MidAtlantic Trade Adjustment Assistance Center (MATAAC)
The World is Open for Your Business
Barbara Banas, International Trade Specialist US Department of Commerce
State of New Jersey resources for exporters
Mr. Anthony Szymelewicz, Business Advocate the New Jersey Business Action
International Branding > Telling Your Story in Worldwide Markets
Roger S. Cohen, Lead International Trade Consultant. NJ Small Business Development Centers (NJSBDC)
Registrations are open now and are required for the event. Ticket prices are $25 (includes continental Breakfast) for general admissions. Students pay only $10 (valid student ID required).
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This seminar is brought to you by:
Fairleigh Dickinson University’s Office of Global Learning, MidAtlantic Trade Adjustment Assistance Center (MATAAC), United States Department of Commerce, New Jersey Business Action Center and New Jersey Small Business Development Centers