2012 Money For Small Business

 


 

   

Money for Small Business Exports
World Trade Club business Lunch

Thursday, September 20, 2012 | 11:30am - 1:30pm
World Trade Center Seattle | 4th Floor Boardrooms A&B | 2200 Alaskan Way, Seattle
 

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER - EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT ENDS TODAY!

Washington State small businesses may be eligible to receive up to $5,000 to help increase export sales, as part of the Export Washington program. Funds may be used to help pay for trade show and trade mission fees, travel, interpreter fees, translation services, training, interntional certification and other expenses. 

Don't miss this opportunity to learn more about this program and how to apply by attending the World Trade Club's September 2012 business luncheon at the World Trade Center Seattle.

AGENDA    
11:30am   Registration and networking
12:00pm   Welcome & Participant Introductions
12:20pm  

Sponsor Overviews:
   - Desh International Law
   - UPS Capital
   - Washington State Small Business Development Centers

12:35pm   Export Washington Export Voucher Program presented by
   Danielle Ellingston, Export Voucher Program Manager, Washington State
    - Export Voucher Program Overview
    - Case Studies
    - Eligibiilty
    - Application Process
12:50pm   Question and answer session
1:15pm   Networking
1:30pm   Program concludes

REGISTRATION FEES

Members Non-Members
Early Bird Special (Register by 9/15)     $29.95        $35.95
General     $34.95        $41.95
Individual Membership + Lunch        $105.00
Corporate Membership + Lunch        $360.00

 

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ABOUT THE WORLD TRADE CLUB:
Established in 1946, the World Trade Club is one of the oldest international trade organizations in Washington State.  Its members include the State's largest exporters and importers, as well as other service and product providers involved in international trade.  The Club's mission is to provide a forum for the business community to acquire practical skills for international business; process briefings on international trade issues; expand the understanding of business practices of U.S. trade partners; and develop long-term strategic contacts to advance international business.  The Club hosts regular events and seminars to provide in-depth information on specific issues of interest to its members.

For more information, visit the World Trade Club at www.worldtradeclub.net, or email us at info@worldtradeclub.net