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August Boot Camps (22nd and 29th)



Register Today for August Boot Camps
Module 5: International Sales, Promotion & Local Resources
August 22, 2013 (Thursday)
Module 6: Establishing International Distribution Channels & Market Entry Strategies
August 29, 2013(Thursday)
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(If you missed these Boot Camps, please contact WTCAK for the information on the presentations)
Module 1: Export Financing
June 13, 2013
Module 1 was designed for companies seeking financing for their export operations. Presenters discussed the financing programs available through their agencies in cooperation with local commercial banks.

- Sam Dickey, Deputy District Director, U.S. Small Business Administration
- Jeff San Juan, Business Relationship Manager, Wells Fargo Bank Alaska
- Lynn Kassert, Business Advisor for International Trade, Alaska Small
  Business Development Center
- Paul Watts, Senior Export Finance Manager, Export-Import Bank of the U.S.,
  San.Francisco Branch Office
- Greg Wolf, Executive Director, WTCAK - Alaska Export Assistance Center
Module 2: Legal Aspects of International Trade
June 20, 2013
Module 2 was designed to help Alaskan companies to understand a variety of legal topics, to inform them about possible threats and other practical considerations that anyone doing international business should be aware.
- Isaak Hurst, Attorney, International Maritime Group (IMG)
- A team presentation by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)
Module 3: Trade Documentation & Shipping Overseas
July 18, 2013


Module 3 was designed to inform Alaskan companies about various types of shipping documentation. The presenters identified common pitfalls for those doing international trade and examples of paperwork were provided.


- Thomas Mahn, Officer, US Customs and Border Protection

- Pamela Pierson, Import Specialist, US Customs and Border Protection
- PJ Cranmer, Regional Operations Manager - Pacific Northwest, Commodity 
  Forwarders Inc.
Module 4: Using Social Media to Market Your Company
July 25, 2013
Module 4 was designed to inform Alaskan companies on how to best utilize social media to promote their businesses. The presenters offered both theory and practical tips on best methods to use to connect with customers using Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin and other media.
- Joy Bunde, President, Bloom U, LLC
- Christine West, Ph.D, The Business MD, Industrial Organizational Psychologist
World Trade Center Alaska together with Alaska Export Assistance Center, and other community and business partners, have developed a new program, INTERNATIONAL TRADE BOOT CAMP SERIES, that will take place this summer.
We invite you to participate in an exclusive training program that will feature six half-day MODULES designed to give you strategies, insights, and a ready network of contacts necessary to successfully expand your sales globally. If you are a beginner who believes exporting could be a part your growth strategy or already an experienced exporter, these Boot Camps will provide you with the hands on tools and the latest information necessary to succeed in the ever-changing environment of international trade and commerce. In addition, though the Boot Camps, you will become informed about the effective finance and marketing assistance currently available through both state and federal agencies and walk away knowing precisely how to leverage these resources.
Selling your products and services overseas is both profitable and culturally rewarding for all companies that want to prosper in today's global marketplace.

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