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Tennessee

June 30, 2013

Export University 101 Seminars set for Knoxville and Kingsport

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The Knoxville-U.S. Export Assistance Center will hold two half-day seminars designed to provide Tennessee companies with practical tools to initiate or expand into international markets.  Topics to be covered include international shipping; incoterms; getting paid by foreign buyers; insuring foreign receivables; working capital business roundtable with current exporters; technical, financial and management information assistance; and how to find export sales in new markets and increase sales in existing markets.

Seating is limited and only $25 per registrant.  Click on the links below to register for the following locations.

Wed., July 10, 2013

1 – 5 pm

The Knoxville Chamber of Commerce

17 Market Square, #201

Knoxville, TN 37902

US Export Ctrs-TN_104544-1

U.S. Export Assistance Centers in Tennessee

Thurs., July 11, 2013

1 – 5 pm

Kingsport Chamber of Commerce

400 Clinchfield Street, Ste. 100

Kingsport, TN 37660

For additional information please contact Robert Leach, Director of the Knoxville-U.S. Export Assistance Center at 865-545-4637 or Robert.leach@trade.gov.



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