Nashua, NH - Canada and China are New Hampshire’s largest export partners and two upcoming seminars sponsored by the International Trade Resource Center will explore how Granite State businesses can become involved in these markets.
- Doing Business with Friends: Canada – US Trade will feature remarks by Patrick Binns, Consul General of Canada to New England, as well as a panel discussion of local business owners involved in trade between the two countries.
The seminar will held from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m., Thursday (Oct. 25), at the Dion Center, Rivier University, Nashua. Cost is $25 and will include lunch.
- Doing Business in China is a daylong seminar that will cover market information, negotiating with customers, finding and managing partners and distributors, and risks of intellectual property theft.
The featured speaker is Dr. James Chan, founder of Asia Marketing Management. He is a dynamic and animated speaker, eager to share his practical knowledge in the marketing of American-made products to China and Asia.
The seminar will be held from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., Nov. 7, at the Department of Resources and Economic Development, 172 Pembroke Rd., Concord. Cost is $75 and includes breakfast and lunch.
For those involved in exporting, a workshop on Export Documentation is set for 9 am to noon, Nov. 6, at DRED. Participants will learn how to complete export documentation.