NACM extends a complimentary invitation to its members to participate in Wells Fargo’s upcoming webinar, “Exporting to an Evolving China,” on Tuesday, Oct. 13 at 11 am (EST). This is the first of three webinars focusing on U.S. exports to Asia that Wells Fargo will conduct in partnership with the U.S. International Trade Administration.
“The market for U.S. exports in China continues to evolve and it’s critically important for U.S. companies to be aware of current conditions and the resources and strategies available for addressing these dynamics,” said Bob Macek, marketing program manager of international group marketing for Wells Fargo.
Representing the International Trade Administration, will be Sarah Kemp, senior commercial officer for U.S. Embassy Beijing, and Patrick Santillo, deputy assistant secretary for China and Washington, DC. From Wells Fargo, the panel includes, Cheng Ye, China country head of sales; Romano Kwok, head of Asia FX trading and sales; and Matt Jergenson, trade solutions relationship manager.
“In-country trade experts will provide perspectives on the ground from China,” Macek explained. “Officials from the U.S. International Trade Administration will discuss the resources available in China for U.S. companies doing business there and international trade specialists from Wells Fargo will provide some strategies to help U.S. companies strengthen their position with buyers in China.”
For more information or to register, please click here.
- Jennifer Lehman, NACM marketing and communications associate