SBDC: Doing Business with Mexico and Colombia
The United States is the largest trading partner in Mexico and Columbia with exports exceeding $140 billion in 2010. Learn what opportunities are available to increase the number of exports to these countries and how to avoid challenges by navigating through the process of exporting. Expand your market and your chances of success by attending this informative training lead by the Trade Commissioners from the Mexican and Columbian governments.
Key areas to be covered include:
- International trade opportunities that currently exist
- Promoting and marketing your business through networking
- Business climate and best practices for market entry strategies
- Local resources available to assist you with market research, business planning and international trade promotion.
This seminar will be held on Thursday, April 21, 2011 from 9:00 am – Noon at the Office of Business Development, City of San Bernardino located at 201-B North E Street, Suite 200 in San Bernardino. There will be a $25 charge to attend this event. Pre-registration prior to the seminar is strongly recommended, as seating is limited. For reservations or additional information on this seminar, please call us at (909) 888-9011. Online registration is available at www.iesmallbusiness.com. Business owners and start-up entities alike are welcome to attend this presentation.
The Inland Empire Small Business Development Center is hosted by the Inland Empire Economic Partnership (IEEP), a private, nonprofit economic development corporation. The Center is partially funded by the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) and the California State University Fullerton Tri-County Lead SBDC. All of the SBDC programs and services are offered on a non-discriminatory basis. Reasonable arrangements for persons with disabilities will be made.