Conference Sessions 2017-11-18T18:12:40+00:00

2018 Annual Conference Tracks & Sessions

Nearly 30 sessions, organized into four subject matter tracks, offer opportunities to customize your Conference session agenda. Sessions will be held throughout the day on Thursday, March 22 and Friday, March 23 and attendees have the choice of up to four options for each session time slot.

Session Title Track
Best Practices in Choosing Foreign Markets  Trade Skills
CGBP Counseling Competencies: Essentials for Assisting SMEs with Managing Growth  Trade Skills
The Rules We Play By: International Contract Management  Trade Skills
Using Political Risk Analysis Effectively  Trade Skills
The Milken Institute’s New-to-Export (NTE) Pilot Project – One Year Later  Trade Skills
Checklist of key international legal issues for small U.S. businesses  Trade Skills
International Payments Process, Rules and Risks  Trade Skills
Export Compliance 201  Trade Skills
Exporting brands through innovative licensing and franchising strategies  Trade Skills
globalEDGE.msu.edu: A Free Resource for Teaching, Education, and Training  Trade Resources
15 Documents, Tips & Shortcuts to Help Exporters  Trade Resources
 Website Globalization – The U.S. Commercial Service’s hottest new service!  Trade Resources
 Make Your Next Cross Culture Connection more Successful through Global Cultural Data Sources  Trade Resources
 Collaborating with SBA in Promoting Small Business Exports  Trade Resources
 Educating Food And Beverage Companies on Going Global – The Changing Nature of a Critical Industry.  Trade Education
 Teaching International Marketing in Latin America via Experiential Learning  Trade Education
 Why Educating about Product Counterfeiting Matters  Trade Education
 Co-Counseling-How to Enhance your Internship Program  Trade Education
 CGBP Exam Insights & Updates  Trade Education
 “Trade: Behind the Headlines”- review of WTO Fall 2017 Forum  Trade Education
 Renegotiation and Modernization of NAFTA  Trade Education
 Access to export working capital  Trade Education
 Panel: Government-Education Partnership Models:

– Collaboration is Key: Agency Collaboration to Assist Exporters

– Government-University Partnerships for Export Assistance and Education

 Trade Education
 Everyone Eats: Creative Ideas to Integrate Food & Learning in International Business International Education
 Built for Global: Navigating International Business & Entering New Markets with Innovation and Advanced Technology Solutions International Education
 Panel: Global Trade Education & Trade Opportunities:

– Education & Business Opportunities in India

– Trade Transformation in Sub-Saharan Africa and Market Access Opportunities for U.S.

– Why Latin America High Growth Countries Present Excellent Trade Opportunities for U.S.

– Small Business in Russia: The Possibilities of US Commerce in the World’s Largest Country

International Education
 Panel: International Trade Education Programs & Internships:

– “LOOK at ALL YOU can DO”

– Integrated International Trade Education Program Opportunities

– Engaging Student Interns in International Trade Consulting

International Education

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