SEMA eNews Vol. 20, No. 14, April 6, 2017

Export University 201: Export Finance Tools to Grow Your Business

By Linda Spencer

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Export University 201: Export Finance Tools to Grow Your Business is designed to provide U.S. manufacturers with information on key best practices to grow their overseas businesses, including information on financing overseas trade sales and tax credits for exporters.
   

SEMA is co-sponsoring the first of several regional trade education events leading up to the second annual national SEMA Export Fair, July 25–26, at SEMA headquarters in Diamond Bar, California. The first regional event—Export University 201: Export Finance Tools to Grow Your Business—will be held April 27, at Charles Mack Civic Center in Mooresville, North Carolina.

Presenters will include peers from the performance automotive sector with extensive export experience, subject-matter experts from the private sector, SEMA, U.S. Department of Commerce, and the Small Business Administration.

Export University is a series of courses on exporting designed to help North Carolina companies begin or expand export activities and to gain skills that will assist them in growing their international sales. The event is a half-day program designed to provide U.S. manufacturers with information on key best practices to grow their overseas businesses, including information on financing overseas trade sales and tax credits for exporters.

Export University is sponsored by The North Carolina District Export Council, U.S. Department of Commerce’s Commercial Service and SEMA, with support from UPS.  The North Carolina District Export Council is a non-profit organization charged with helping to increase small-business exports in North Carolina. 

The cost to attend is $65. For more information, contact Greg Sizemore, U.S. Commercial Service, Raleigh, at 704-333-4886, ext. 229 or greg.sizemore@trade.gov.

Register now!

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