On Wednesday, June 28, the Inland Empire Center for International Trade Development ended its most recent series of courses known as the Export Trade Assistance Partnership or ETAP. Co-Sponsored by the U.S. Small Business Administration and the City of Corona, this series is an exclusive training program carefully designed to give business executives strategies, insights, and a ready network of contacts necessary to successfully expand sales globally. For those who believed exporting could be a part of their growth strategy, these courses provided hands on tools and the latest information necessary to succeed. In addition, through this course, participants became informed about the effective finance and marketing assistance currently available through both state and federal agencies and walked away knowing precisely how to leverage these resources.
This latest series started on June 14 and had three sessions. A host of guest speakers spoke on such topics as market entry strategies, global opportunities, international financing, foreign exchange, legal issues and logistics. Those who attended more than one of the sessions received a certificate of completion from CITD.
Below are photos from the three sessions. For more information about ETAP or any of CITD's other services, be sure to contact us either by e-mail or by phone. And be sure to subscribe to our e-mail list and follow us on Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter for the latest news about our upcoming events.