San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
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Exporting products Made in USA is no longer only for large companies. Small and mid-sized enterprises are finding opportunity to increase sales and profit beyond the US borders. Entrepreneurs can take advantage of the business potential following the 5-Star Playbook, a guide for success in the global marketplace.
The MIT Enterprise Forum speaker and panelists will share insights, tips, and resources that include over $120 Billion in support from the Federal Government to expand business internationally.
The 5-Star Playbook will coach you on strategies to:
- Access federal and state financial aid and support
- Identify and develop overseas business relationships
- Locate global buyers for US products
Charlie Szoradi- Founder and Chairman of Independence LED Lighting, LLC a leading U.S. Manufacturer of high-efficiency LED tubes and fixtures that save 50% or more in energy costs over the less efficient fluorescent tubes that dominate commercial lighting. Mr. Szoradi brings multiple decades of hands on experience to the culture of sustainability and cost-savings for property design and property retrofits.
Theo Hunte- Sr. International Trade Specialist at U.S. Department of Commerce. Mr. Hunte services a portfolio of industries assisting companies to enter markets and expand exports globally. He has received various awards since joining in the US Commercial Service in 2008. Prior to this, Mr. Hunte was an Executive in Residence/ Professor at Emerson College in Boston, lecturing on Global Integrated Marketing and Communications.
Join us after the presentation for networking with entrepreneurs and technology specialists. Refreshments will be served.
Registration is Open to the Public.
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When & Where
MIT Enterprise Forum of Philadelphia
About MIT Enterprise Forum, Inc.
The MIT Enterprise Forum is the preeminent organization of entrepreneurs in the global innovation economy. Since 1978 the MIT Enterprise Forum has produced programs and events about innovation, technology and entrepreneurship for an engaged community of 50,000+ thought leaders through a worldwide network of chapters.