2017 International Business Conference
2000 Pennington Road
Ewing Township, NJ 08618
The MIDJersey Chamber of Commerce and MIDJersey Center for Economic Development are hosting the 2017 International Business Conference on Tuesday, May 23rd from 8 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. at the College of New Jersey.
Kim Guadagno, New Jersey Lt. Governor and Secretary of State
Michael Trebing, Senior Economic analyst at the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia – Bio
Global export can make a world of difference for MIDJersey businesses
Over 21,000 New Jersey businesses are currently exporting goods and services globally. 90% of these businesses are small to mid-market companies with fewer than 500 employees. 85% of future economic growth is outside the United States, as well as 95% of consumers live outside of the United States.
The IBC gathers international trade experts, business leaders and state officials to explore the fundamentals of exporting regional business products and services to strategic global markets.
Getting into the global game
Small or mid-market organizations thinking about doing business internationally, or a company looking to improve your current export operations, attended this high-profile conference to explore how to make global expansion profitable strategy in your business growth plan.
Attendees learned the fundamental financial issues, regulations and strategies of the global export market including how to:
- Identify export market opportunities
- Develop your international business strategy
- Target the best international markets for your products/services
- Identify, evaluate and establish relationships with overseas business partner
- Hear New Jersey business export success stories
With over 100 forward-looking business executives and thought leaders who attended, the IBC was a dynamic venue for promoting your business and supporting the MIDCED efforts to drive the regional economy.