Industry professionals who are exporting a product/service for the first time or are in the export practice, but are looking to be more effective and successful in their processes.
This intensive two-day bootcamp in export management is designed to equip industry professionals with a solid foundation in global strategy, resources in export management, market analysis and tangible tools on how to move goods on the market for international export, the right way. Participants will personally interact with export-related agency representatives who know how to get products into international markets.
Participants will attend a variety of workshop sessions during a two-day period to gain concrete tools focused on market analysis and evaluation frameworks, strategies for international distribution, terms of sale, reducing financial risk and trade barriers/free trade zones, logistics, IP protection, and export compliance.
This bootcamp is offered and organized by the Center for Global Business at the University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business with support from the Maryland Department of Commerce.
The workshop series will be taught by Gary Cohen, Clinical Professor of Logistics,
Business & Public Policy at the Robert H. Smith School of Business.
The bootcamp will feature a number of guest speakers, including representatives from the following organizations:
• Maryland Department of Commerce
• U.S. Export Assistance Center Baltimore
• Maryland/D.C. District Export Council
Lunch and networking reception included.
Visit go.umd.edu/export to learn more and to register.