The demand for U.S. products has never been stronger, and barbeque products in particular, are becoming a global phenomenon. In response to the demand for U.S. exports, the United States has established Free Trade Agreements with many of the highest-potential markets for these products, making exporting even more streamlined.
With all that in mind, this webinar will dive into the top international markets for BBQ products, including sauces, rubs, and fuels. It will also feature an introduction into what international buyers of BBQ products expect from U.S. suppliers – including:
Join us as Export counselor Dennis Lynch presents on these topics, while also explaining why exporting doesn’t have to be as daunting as it may seem. A Q&A session will be included at the end of the webinar. This event is co-hosted by Food Export Association of the Midwest USA, who will give an overview of the programs and services they provide to help you enter international markets.
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Dennis Lynch, M.I.B.A., is a 40-year veteran of international trade who has held a variety of positions in the public and private sectors. He has been directly involved in monitoring, troubleshooting and facilitating export transactions for more than 32 years. He has counseled nearly 4,000 U.S. suppliers of food and agricultural products with customized one-on-one technical export experience.
David has led many Food Export-Midwest and Food Export-Northeast seminars and webinars over the last few decades as well as contributed hundreds of articles to the Global Food Marketer Newsletter and e-Bulletin. He was awarded a Master’s degree in International Business by West Coast University in California and has won numerous awards for the instruction of international business to various Southern California colleges at all levels.
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