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Put Your Export Plan Through its Paces at Our Export Boot Camp This Fall

Thursday, August 24th, 2017

If you break out in a sweat when you hear words like incoterms, bill of lading and carnet, it may be time get your export plan into shape.

Our Office of International Commerce developed an Export Boot Camp that’s kicking off this fall to help strengthen the core of your company’s export goals. Designed for businesses ready to leap into the global market or those looking to pick up the pace of their plan, the Export Boot Camp shapes you up so you can ship out to customers around the world.


These seminars are filling up fast and the deadline to register is Sept. 22, so run – don’t walk! – to this link for more information.


Ready?
Set?
GO!

EXPORT CONTROLS AND COMPLIANCE

8:30am – 4:30pm, Wednesday, Oct. 4
Department of Business and Economic Affairs (formerly DRED)
172 Pembroke Rd., Concord
Cost: FREE*
Presented by Mike Allocca, Allocca Enterprises

EXPORT LOGISTICS
9:30 am – 2:30 pm, Wednesday, Oct. 18
Portsmouth Public Library
175 Parrott Ave., Portsmouth
Cost: FREE*
Presented by Radek Maley and Nicole Dunbar, Highland Forwarding USA

EXPORT FINANCE
9:30am – 2 pm Wednesday, Nov. 1
Greater Concord Chamber of Commerce
49 South Main St., Suite 104, Concord
Cost: FREE*
Presented by Joe Kenney, The Provident Bank; Leanne Spees, The Provident Bank; Greta Johansson, U.S. Small Business Administration; John Joyce, U.S. Small Business Administration

INTERNATIONAL MARKETING
9:30 am – 3 pm, Wednesday, Nov. 15
Portsmouth Public Library
175 Parrott Ave., Portsmouth
Cost: FREE*
Presented by Wendy Pease, Rapport International

Click here for more information about each seminar

*The Export Boot Camp is supported through a State Trade Export Promotion grant and partially funded by The Provident Bank. Contact Rachel Adams to confirm your eligibility for these sessions.

Pump Up Your Export Program with Our Export Boot Camp this Fall

Wednesday, July 5th, 2017

Has your export plan lost its vitality? How fit is your company to sell to global markets? Do you need to pick up your pace in the international trade arena?

If you answered yes to any of these questions, drop and give us 20.

Just kidding.

But you may want to consider joining us this fall for our Export Boot Camp. It’s free* and unlike other boot camps you may be familiar with, you have nothing to lose and a lot to gain.

Bottom line? We want to help you expand your business.

Beginning in October, the Office of International Commerce is offering a series of free* training seminars on the four core topics of international trade: Export Controls and Compliance; Export Logistics; Export Finance, and International Marketing.

Whether you’re an experienced exporter looking to refresh your program or looking to expand your markets overseas, these seminars will put your company in great shape.

Here is the schedule:

EXPORT CONTROLS AND COMPLIANCE
8:30am – 4:30pm, Wednesday, Oct. 4
Department of Economic and Business Affairs (formerly DRED)
172 Pembroke Rd., Concord
Cost: FREE*
Presented by Mike Allocca, Allocca Enterprises

EXPORT LOGISTICS
9 am – 2 pm, Wednesday, Oct. 18
Greater Concord Chamber of Commerce
49 South Main St., Suite 104, Concord
Cost: FREE*
Presented by Radek Maley and Nicole Dunbar, Highland Forwarding USA

EXPORT FINANCE
9:30am – 2 pm, Wednesday, Nov. 1
Greater Concord Chamber of Commerce
49 South Main St., Suite 104, Concord
Cost: FREE*
Presented by Joe Kenney, The Provident Bank; Greta Johansson, U.S. Small Business Administration; John Joyce, U.S. Small Business Administration

INTERNATIONAL MARKETING
9 am – 2:30pm, Wednesday, Nov. 15
Greater Concord Chamber of Commerce
49 South Main St., Suite 104, Concord
Cost: FREE*
Presented by Wendy Pease, Rapport International

Rachel Adams, International Trade Officer

For more information about each seminar, complete the register your interest form here. You will be contacted by the NH Office of International Commerce to confirm your participation.

We look forward to having you join us this fall!

*These seminars will be supported through the State Export Promotion grant and funded in part by The Provident Bank. Contact Rachel Adams to confirm your eligibility for these sessions.