By: Guest Blogger Randy A. Innis, President, Nevada, DEC
The 2011 National District Export Council Conference and Exposition, November 2-5, 2011 at Caesars Palace Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada, will jump-start new-to-export companies and increase the exporting know-how for businesses active in the global marketplace. Experts in all facets of exporting—from getting started to identifying foreign markets, finding buyers and financing export transactions, will provide the latest information to help you leverage the competitive advantage U.S. businesses have for producing high-quality, innovate goods and services.
The conference theme, Exporting increases sales…It’s in the cards, makes clear that exporting may be the ace up your sleeve in keeping your business in the black. Nearly 96 percent of the world’s customers live outside the U.S. and represent two-thirds of the world’s purchasing power. Why gamble solely on domestic sales? Exporting helps businesses endure economic down turns and provides the ability to respond to foreign competitions and global market trends.
A World of Opportunity
The conference features Export University, a curriculum structured for new and experienced exporters; senior government policy officials discussing current issues and trends in exporting; workshops; one-on-one meetings with U.S. Foreign Commercial Service Officers, foreign consuls and commercial attaches; networking opportunities; and touring the exposition hall.
Opportunities are still available for those organizations that want to create awareness among this forward-thinking business segment by being a conference sponsor. Put your product or service before the eyes of foreign buyers and become an exhibitor.
For more information about sponsorships and exhibit opportunities, and to register to attend, go to www.decconference.com