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Go Global: Enter Foreign Markets, Minimize Risks, Compliance- CSU GLOBAL GATEWAY

Going Global: How to Enter Foreign Markets, Minimize Risks, and Comply with the Law When Doing Business Abroad

Jon Yormick, Yormick & Associates and Nate Ward, Director, International Trade Assistance Center

Now that the world is flat, businesses of all sizes can go global by selling their products and services abroad. The National Export Initiative launched by the White House in 2010 further opened the door to international business by creating new opportunities for U.S. companies to export their goods. Businesses can significantly grow their customer base by penetrating foreign markets, but doing business abroad also poses certain risks and challenges that must be managed. Attorney Jon Yormick will join Nate Ward to describe how best to enter foreign markets and minimize the legal and business risks that may arise.

 

Fees & Registration

The program fee is $15.00 in advance, $25 at the door. Program fee includes lunch, lecture, and parking. Pre-registration is required.

Register by Phone: Call[masked]-4750.

 

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