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Export University Series: Trade Finance for the Auto/Performance Aftermarket Sector - April 27

Export University 201

Export Finance Tools to Grow Your Business

April 27, 2017

A workshop to help automotive aftermarket companies learn trade finance and discover options to improve the efficiency and lower costs. Topics will cover tools to provide your global buyers low risk credit terms, federal and state resources available to North Carolina exporters, and the tax and legal implications of exporting and export financing to include IC DISC.

Presenters will include your peers from the performance automotive sector with extensive export experience, subject matter experts from the private sector, Specialty Equipment Market Association, U.S. Department of Commerce, and the Small Business Administration.

Export University is a series of courses on exporting designed to help North Carolina companies begin or expand export activities and to gain skills that will assist them grow their international sales.  This Export University is a brought to you by The NC District Export Council, U.S. Department of Commerce’s Commercial Service, and the Specialty Equipment Market Asociation (SEMA) with support from UPS.  The North Carolina District Export Council is a non-profit organization charged with helping increase small business exports in North Carolina.  

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When:             Thursday, April 27, 2017

Where:            Charles Mack Civic Center

                        215 North Main Street

                        Mooresville, NC 28115                       

Cost:              $65: Includes light breakfast, coffee, networking lunch with District Export Council members, and course materials

What Topics:       Export Credit Terms/Insurance, Global economic overview of performance racing/aftermarket, IC DISC, and Federal trade finance programs

Contact:               Greg Sizemore, U.S. Commercial Service, Raleigh

                                704 333 4886 x229 /

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