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Mar
2
Fri
Small Business Development Center’s ExportGA Signature Series Program @ University of Georgia at Gwinnett
Mar 2 @ 8:30 am – 12:30 pm

Since 1999, UGA’s Small Business Development Center’s ExportGA program has helped over 150 companies sell in excess of $40 million all over the world.  This program has been nationally recognized for its quality and effectiveness by the North American Small Business International Trade Educators (NASBITE) and the US Small Business Administration.

ExportGA 2018 is an intensive four-session, 16-hour export training program which allows export-ready companies to develop their skills.  By utilizing these skills throughout the program, new international sales opportunities are identified.

Companies accepted into the program will become skilled at finding profitable export markets, developing distribution channels, understanding foreign and US regulatory issues, pricing and costing company products, submitting international quotations, processing accounts receivable, and recognizing legal and cultural considerations.  Each participating company will have access to its own international business student from the University of Georgia to help it with research.

ExportGA 2018 class schedule:
Friday, 09 February 2018, 8:30a – 12:30p

  • Researching and identifying your best potential markets
  • Utilizing powerful intelligence and analytical tools
  • Lessons learned from an experienced exporter

Friday, 02 March 2018, 8:30a – 12:30p

  • International market entry strategies
  • Finding your international partners and qualifying them
  • Understanding free trade agreements
  • International payment terms and risk mitigation

Friday, 23 March 2018, 8:30a – 12:30p

  • Logistics: Understanding Incoterms and their impact
  • International costing and pricing
  • Preparing international quotations
  • Tools for quoting
  • Risk mitigation in the supply chain

Friday, 20 April, 8:30a – 12:30p

  • Website design for a global marketplace
  • Legal considerations for exporting
  • Export compliance
  • Financing international transactions

University of Georgia at Gwinnett
2530 Sever Road
Lawrenceville, Georgia  30043
Participation fee: $650 per company and includes:

  • Multiple employees from your company
  • Your own international business intern
  • Support team of trade professionals
  • Breakfast

For more information, please call 470 578 2530 or email the international trade team at internationaltrade@georgiasbdc.org.

Mar
13
Tue
Money20/20 Asia @ Marina Bay Sands Hotel
Mar 13 – Mar 15 all-day

Join the Georgia Department of Economic Development at Money20/20 Asia.  Located in Singapore, Money20/20 Asia is one of the world’s largest exhibitions focused on payments and financial services at the intersection of mobile, retail, marketing services, data, and technology.  Money20/20 Asia will bring together cutting-edge content and speakers from a broad range of communities essential to the sector.

Qualified Georgia companies receive:

  • Shared turnkey booth with Georgia delegation
  • Conference delegate pass (worth $2475) giving you access to the show and conference sessions
  • Company listing in official show directory and inclusion in all GDEcD show-related communications

Target industries:

  • Banks
  • Tech, commerce, and Internet finance companies
  • Retailers (online and offline)
  • Investors
  • FinTech and TechFin startups
  • Telcos
  • Governments and Central Banks
  • Payments companies and suppliers operating across the full value chain

Money20/20 Asia will deliver on three key promises

  • Exceptional content: A stellar line up of speakers—local, regional and global—will explore Asia Pacific’s most pressing topics including financial inclusion, cross-border innovation, and the digital payments revolution.
  • Senior audience from across the ecosystem: A senior audience of key stakeholders from established multinational organizations to the earliest stage startups as well as retailers, investors, analysts, media, regulators, and more.
  • An unparalleled inclusive experience: An exceptional, modern, and fun experience, untethered from legacy, catalyzing growth across the Asia Pacific ecosystem.

Money20/20 Asia
Tuesday – Thursday, 13 – 15 March 2018
Singapore
Participation fee: $1,800 USD
Deadline: Friday, 05 January 2018

For more information, please email Shehzin Tietjen, senior international trade manager, at stietjen@georgia.org

Mar
20
Tue
Go Global Reception and GLOBE Awards @ Atlanta History Center
Mar 20 @ 5:30 pm – 8:00 pm

Save the date for the GLOBE AWARDS where you will get to connect with Georgia’s international representatives from 11 strategic global markets who will travel to Georgia for internal training, business meetings with Georgia exporters and to gain insight on local communities throughout the state. The visit will culminate with the Go Global Reception at the Atlanta History Center.

Mar
23
Fri
Small Business Development Center’s ExportGA Signature Series Program @ University of Georgia at Gwinnett
Mar 23 @ 8:30 am – 12:30 pm

Since 1999, UGA’s Small Business Development Center’s ExportGA program has helped over 150 companies sell in excess of $40 million all over the world.  This program has been nationally recognized for its quality and effectiveness by the North American Small Business International Trade Educators (NASBITE) and the US Small Business Administration.

ExportGA 2018 is an intensive four-session, 16-hour export training program which allows export-ready companies to develop their skills.  By utilizing these skills throughout the program, new international sales opportunities are identified.

Companies accepted into the program will become skilled at finding profitable export markets, developing distribution channels, understanding foreign and US regulatory issues, pricing and costing company products, submitting international quotations, processing accounts receivable, and recognizing legal and cultural considerations.  Each participating company will have access to its own international business student from the University of Georgia to help it with research.

ExportGA 2018 class schedule:
Friday, 09 February 2018, 8:30a – 12:30p

  • Researching and identifying your best potential markets
  • Utilizing powerful intelligence and analytical tools
  • Lessons learned from an experienced exporter

Friday, 02 March 2018, 8:30a – 12:30p

  • International market entry strategies
  • Finding your international partners and qualifying them
  • Understanding free trade agreements
  • International payment terms and risk mitigation

Friday, 23 March 2018, 8:30a – 12:30p

  • Logistics: Understanding Incoterms and their impact
  • International costing and pricing
  • Preparing international quotations
  • Tools for quoting
  • Risk mitigation in the supply chain

Friday, 20 April, 8:30a – 12:30p

  • Website design for a global marketplace
  • Legal considerations for exporting
  • Export compliance
  • Financing international transactions

University of Georgia at Gwinnett
2530 Sever Road
Lawrenceville, Georgia  30043
Participation fee: $650 per company and includes:

  • Multiple employees from your company
  • Your own international business intern
  • Support team of trade professionals
  • Breakfast

For more information, please call 470 578 2530 or email the international trade team at internationaltrade@georgiasbdc.org.

Apr
20
Fri
Small Business Development Center’s ExportGA Signature Series Program @ University of Georgia at Gwinnett
Apr 20 @ 8:30 am – 12:30 pm

Since 1999, UGA’s Small Business Development Center’s ExportGA program has helped over 150 companies sell in excess of $40 million all over the world.  This program has been nationally recognized for its quality and effectiveness by the North American Small Business International Trade Educators (NASBITE) and the US Small Business Administration.

ExportGA 2018 is an intensive four-session, 16-hour export training program which allows export-ready companies to develop their skills.  By utilizing these skills throughout the program, new international sales opportunities are identified.

Companies accepted into the program will become skilled at finding profitable export markets, developing distribution channels, understanding foreign and US regulatory issues, pricing and costing company products, submitting international quotations, processing accounts receivable, and recognizing legal and cultural considerations.  Each participating company will have access to its own international business student from the University of Georgia to help it with research.

ExportGA 2018 class schedule:
Friday, 09 February 2018, 8:30a – 12:30p

  • Researching and identifying your best potential markets
  • Utilizing powerful intelligence and analytical tools
  • Lessons learned from an experienced exporter

Friday, 02 March 2018, 8:30a – 12:30p

  • International market entry strategies
  • Finding your international partners and qualifying them
  • Understanding free trade agreements
  • International payment terms and risk mitigation

Friday, 23 March 2018, 8:30a – 12:30p

  • Logistics: Understanding Incoterms and their impact
  • International costing and pricing
  • Preparing international quotations
  • Tools for quoting
  • Risk mitigation in the supply chain

Friday, 20 April, 8:30a – 12:30p

  • Website design for a global marketplace
  • Legal considerations for exporting
  • Export compliance
  • Financing international transactions

University of Georgia at Gwinnett
2530 Sever Road
Lawrenceville, Georgia  30043
Participation fee: $650 per company and includes:

  • Multiple employees from your company
  • Your own international business intern
  • Support team of trade professionals
  • Breakfast

For more information, please call 470 578 2530 or email the international trade team at internationaltrade@georgiasbdc.org.