If you have any questions about these initiatives, please contact your local U.S. Commercial Service trade specialist. To find the trade specialist nearest you please click here.
NAFTA Smart Seminar Series
October 20-23, 2009
Canada and Mexico listed as two of the U.S.'s Top Trading Partners - Are your sales where they should be? Not yet selling to our top trading partners? Should you be selling more to them? If so, attend NAFTA Smart - a free seminar on Canada and Mexico in Pittsburgh, Philadelphia and Baltimore October 20-23, 2009. The seminars will feature expert presentations on the state of Canada’s and Mexico’s commercial landscape, most promising markets, business prospects, market entry strategies, supply chain considerations, trade finance and hard learned lessons from local businesses with NAFTA success stories. Everyone will receive Getting Paid by Your Latin-American Buyer, a 75 page guide put together by PNC and USCS. Information and register: http://guest.cvent.com/i.aspx?1Q,M3,b40c963e-9f16-4174-95bc-611b6ddc1b1b
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Export-U delivers free and convenient export training to business professionals and students regardless of their location, resources or schedule through its online archive of export webinars. Each mini-course targets a specific topic to ensure you get the information you need. The site's content is continually updated to support your developing and on-going export activity. Export-U is a result of collaboration between the U.S. Commercial Service, the International Trade Center of the University of Georgia Small Business Development Center, and several other partners.
The U.S. Commercial Service - Your Global Business Partner. With offices across the United States and in more than 75 countries, the U.S. Commercial Service of the U.S. Department of Commerce's International Trade Administration uses its global Network and international resources to connect U.S companies with international buyers worldwide. If you have any questions about these initiatives, please contact your local U.S. Commercial Service trade specialist. To find the trade specialist nearest you please visit here.