International Trade Events

International trade events can help you learn about exporting through networking with other exporters and trade professionals.

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WEDC Global Trade Venture: Canada 2021

Date:  March 22-26,
Location:  Virtual
For details click here.

During the virtual trade venture to Canada, participants will be scheduled for one-on-one meetings with potential partners in the market. These partners are identified based on each participating company’s specific goals and objectives. Each participant in the trade venture will also receive a Canada market assessment detailing considerations they should keep in mind when introducing their product or service into the market. WEDC has eyes and ears on the ground in Canada, in the form of Wisconsin’s authorized trade representative based in Toronto—thus making it easier for Wisconsin companies to find local partners they can trust, taking some of the guesswork out of launching in a new market or growing exports within the market. With all your appointments arranged for you, you can focus on business rather than logistics and scheduling.

Some current sectors of opportunity include:

  • Food and beverage
  • E-commerce
  • Health care (including virtual health care)
  • Green infrastructure
  • Information and communications technology, including work-from-home, cybersecurity and online learning technologies

Registration Deadline: January 22, 2021

MMAC World Trade Association Event: Free Trade Agreements & Trade Policy with the US Chamber of Commerce

Date:  Wednesday, March 31, 2021 11:30 AM – 1:00 PM CST
Location:  Virtual
For details click here.

Join us as we discuss where is trade policy is headed with the new administration and how emerging issues like “Buy America” proposals could impact your operations. We will have ample time for questions!

Topics covered include:
Biden Administration Trade Policy
Status of UK/Kenya FTA Talks
China
Tariffs
World Trade Organization Reform
USMCA Enforcement
Supply Chain Review Executive Order
New Buy American Executive Order

Presenter:
Kris Denzel, Senior Director, International Policy, US Chamber of Commerce

Dealing with China

Date:  April 27, Noon to 1 p.m. CT
Location:  Virtual
For details click here.

Join WisPolitics.com/WisBusiness.com for a panel discussion on U.S.-China relations under a Biden administration, focusing on national security, economics, and higher education.

Presenters:
U.S. Rep. Kind, D-Wis., U.S. Rep. Gallagher, R-Wis., Bonnie S. Glaser, a senior adviser for Asia and the director of the China Power Project at the Center for Strategic and International Studies, and Steve Ackerman, the vice chancellor for research and graduate education at UW-Madison.

Certified Global Business Professional (CGBP) Exam Prep Course

Date:  April 19-May 14, 2021
Location:  Virtual
Tuition and fees: $165
(approximate)

WCTC is offering a four-week fully online prep course for the Certified Global Business Professional (CGBP) exam. The CGBP national credential demonstrates knowledge in four domains; Global Business Management, Marketing, Supply Chain, and Trade Finance. The credential was developed by NASBITE International in the early 2000s, with significant input from major export industries. As a student in WCTC’s prep course, businesspeople can take advantage of a discounted exam fee through NASBITE’s Student Pathway Program.

For more information regarding the CGBP exam, review NASBITE’s website.

For more details regarding the prep course, please contact:
Susan Dragotta, LCB, CGBP
Global Business Instructor
sdragotta@wctc.edu
262-691-5553

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