EXPORT READINESS SEMINARS COVER BASICS OF EXPORT
-VEDP Division of International Trade to sponsor Exporting 101 in Abingdon-
RICHMOND - Is your company relatively new to exporting? Have you received requests from interested prospects abroad? If you answered yes to either question, Exporting 101: An Introduction to Export Readiness, is the course for you.
The Virginia Economic Development Partnership’s Division of International Trade sponsors the monthly seminar covering export readiness and the basics of exporting sales, marketing, shipping and payment. Industry professionals offer pointers on achieving international sales success, including topics such as trade events, market research, due diligence, export pricing and payment, and export shipping. The next seminar will be held in Abingdon Wednesday, June 7, 2006, at the Southwest Virginia Higher Education Center.
“We’re happy to provide Virginia companies with the knowledge and tools they need to succeed in exporting,” said Paul Grossman, Director of VEDP’s Division of International Trade. “Hopefully, companies in Southwest Virginia that are interested in exporting will take advantage of our Abingdon seminar.”
Darlene Flowers of Yupo Corporation America participated in the May seminar in Virginia Beach. “I enjoyed the seminar and came away with a lot of useful information,” said Flowers. “I will most certainly be in touch, now that I know who to contact, whenever questions arise.”
Date: Wednesday, June 7, 2006
Time: 9 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Registration begins at 8:30 a.m.
Location: Southwest Virginia Higher Education Center
One Partnership Circle
Abingdon, VA 24210
Cost: $95- Register online at www.ExportVirginia.org/events.htm
Contact: Beth Davis
(804) 545-5758/ EDavis@yesvirginia.org
To learn more about International Trade programs, visit www.ExportVirginia.org.
The Virginia Economic Development Partnership, a marketing organization, was created by the Virginia General Assembly in 1995 to encourage, stimulate, and support the development and expansion of the economy of the Commonwealth. The Partnership is a state authority, which is governed by a 21-member Board of Directors appointed by the Governor and the Virginia General Assembly. To accomplish its objectives of promoting economic expansion within the Commonwealth, the Partnership focuses its efforts on business recruitment, expansion and international trade. VEDP has offices in Virginia, Germany, Hong Kong, Mexico, Brazil, Korea and Japan.