Fairleigh Dickinson University – Metropolitan Campus Hosts International Business Tools Breakfast Seminar Focused on Strengthening Export Markets
Teaneck, NJ (February 11, 2014) Fairleigh Dickinson University hosts International Business Tools Breakfast Seminar focused on strengthening export markets for businesses on Thursday, February 20 from 8:30 – Noon on FDU’s Metropolitan Campus in Teaneck, NJ. The program will take place in the Rutherford Room, Student Union Building, 1000 River Road, Teaneck, NJ.
The program will cover a broad range of subjects including:
· The need to use social media for international business success.
· The latest licensing and classification developments.
· Resources to help through the International Trade Administration.
· How associations can help identify qualified international partners.
· Resources available through the State of New Jersey.
· UPS unique services.
· How to use the network of the World Trade Centers Association.
Program and participants include:
Herbert Ouida, Consultant, Global Enterprise Network, Fairleigh Dickinson University (Moderator)
How to Use Social Media and Other Strategies to Expand Internationally
Thaddeus Kubis and Gaspare J. Marturano, NAK Integrated Marketing, Gaspare.Me Marketing
UPS Global eCommerce Solutions
Kevin Wasik, Retail Segment Marketing Manager, UPS
Access the Power of the World Trade Centers Association (WTCA) to Unleash Global Potential
Bella Heule, Executive Vice President, World Trade Centers Association
Licensing and Classification Review
Rebecca Joyce, Director, Outreach Services, U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of Industry and Security (via Web technology)
Resources Available Through the U.S. International Trade Administration and the
State of New Jersey
Brian Beams, International Trade Specialist, U.S. Department of Commerce
Why Consider Joining an Association
Gerri Cristantiello, Executive Director, NEXCO
Better Results via Smarter Data Management
Rufiya Blank, Director, Content Partnerships, NetProspex Inc.
Registration is necessary: Ticket prices are $35 (includes continental breakfast) for general admissions, and students pay only $10 (valid student ID required).
For more information, please contact:Herb Ouida, firstname.lastname@example.org, 201-803-1366 or Sarah Horn, email@example.com,