When exporting products, it is important to have a fully developed export plan to guide your international efforts. Some key measures to keep in mind when drafting your export plan are:
Conducting a company and industry analysis
Identifying products with export potential
Matching your products with global trends
Determining the most penetrable markets
Defining expansion needs
Setting export-related goals
During this webinar, we will review these measures and learn practical information about creating your export plan to increase your chances of success.
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Victoria Nwasike is President and CEO of Goldencrest Global, LLC, specializing in international trade, export readiness training, and foreign direct investment initiatives.
Prior to forming Goldencrest Global in 2015, Victoria worked as the Manager of International Business Development and as the Asia International Trade Manager for the Iowa Economic Development Authority (IEDA), where she was responsible for foreign direct investment initiatives and providing export assistance.
Victoria travelled worldwide giving presentations and meeting with companies while expanding international opportunities. She was also appointed by Iowa Governor Terry E. Branstad as the Public Sector Director for the U.S. Midwest – Japan Association and the European Union Visitors Program, where she was a U.S. Delegate in Brussels, Belgium focusing on international trade and investment initiatives.
Victoria Nwasike practiced with the Davis Brown law firm (now known as Dentons Davis Brown) in the international and litigation divisions. She also served as an Adjunct Professor at Drake University Law School. Victoria earned a Juris Doctor from Drake University Law School, a Master’s degree in Public Policy from George Mason University, and an Undergraduate Degree from the University of Central Florida.
Our educational webinars provide up-to-date exporter intelligence regarding specific markets, logistics, trade financing, documentation, how to meet and follow-up with international buyers, and much more.
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