Los Angeles , CA (PressExposure) November 08, 2013 -- International trade expert Dr. Sarita D. Jackson will share with entrepreneurs the opportunities of the global market that they do not know about and how to take advantage of those opportunities to grow their businesses. The seminar titled, "How Entrepreneurs Can A.C.E. the Global Market by Exporting to Emerging Markets," will take place on November 20th from 6:30-8:30 p.m. (PST) at the LAX Coastal Chamber of Commerce (9100 South Sepulveda Boulevard #210 Los Angeles, CA 90045). Cost: $10 Early Bird until November 18; Regular Admission $13.
Fact: Only 1% of U.S. businesses export to the global market.
Problem: 99% of U.S. businesses are missing out on the opportunity to increase their profits.
Solution: Be a part of the 1% that benefits from international trade. Dr. Jackson will show you how businesses are growing their profits through international trade, even during the current economic recession. She will provide a simple step-by-step guide to help you to export to foreign markets with ease and maximize your profit potential. This presentation is fun and interactive, while also providing the simplified information that your business needs to win in the global market.
The seminar is designed for business owners, entrepreneurs, business organizations, manufacturers, agricultural producers, consultants, lawyers, and financial service providers.
The audience will enjoy the opportunity to:
1. Discover which markets U.S. businesses have access to in Latin America and emerging markets;
2. Learn how free trade agreements benefit businesses in the global market and which incentives the Obama Administration has provided for exporting;
3. Gain practical tips on how to get started exporting goods abroad, even in the early stages of a business.
These three points serve as the basis for the speaker's A.C.E. formula.
Dr. Sarita Jackson is the President and CEO of the Global Research Institute of International Trade (GRIIT), a Los Angeles-based think-tank/consulting firm. Prior to returning to her hometown of Los Angeles, Dr. Jackson was a tenured associate professor of political science at North Carolina A&T State University. Her research on free trade negotiations and free trade agreements has been published in top academic journals. She has also worked as a trade policy consultant to governments and business associations on projects funded by the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) throughout the Southern African and Eastern Caribbean regions.
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