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International Trade Agreements: Good or Bad??
Gary Larsen, a potato and asparagus farmer from the state of Washinton (and a cast member on the documentary, "Borderland") will be joining Dan Sheridan and myself to talk about these international trade agreements and how they are affecting him and his farming business.
According to the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative (USTR) webiste:
"American trade policy works toward opening markets throughout the world to create new opportunities and higher living standards for families, farmers, manufacturers, workers, consumers, and businesses. The United States is party to numerous trade agreements with other countries, and is participating in negotiations for new trade agreements with a number of countries and regions of the world."
From all the evidence that you have seen, how well has that worked out for us. And from all the evidence that I (Randy) have seen, it hasn't worked out so well for other countries either.
This program will be highlighting my Subject Tracer titled International Trade Resources. These resources will allow you to research and discover many new pathways to develop new resources, contacts and leads in the international trade arena. A must resources for those in or thinking of going into the International Trade business. We will also be reviewing the latest happenings from my blog during the last week. We will be also discussing my latest freely available Awareness Watch Newsletter V11N2 February 2013 featuring Knowledge Discovery Resources 2013 as well as my freely available February 2013 Zillman Column covering Information Futures and Prediction Markets.
My guest will be Dennis Droushiotis, President of the Cyprus US Chamber of Commerce. We will be discussing international trade in general, trade with Cyprus in particular, and the Chamber’s upcoming Career Fair and Annual Dinner Reception. The Dinner will be honoring Dr. Christopher A. Pissarides, the 2010 Nobel Prize Laureate in Economic Sciences.
Charlotte View welcomes Sarita D. Jackson, Ph.D. She is the president and CEO of a think tank/consulting firm, Global Research Institute of International Trade (GRIIT) in Los Angeles, CA.
Sarita has the ability to simplify the complex international trade market for you, help you to understand how you can benefit from free trade agreements, and show you how to expand your growth potential in overseas' markets.
Sarita has years of experience studying free trade agreements and free trade negotiations as well developing contacts with international trade lawyers, government officials and business representatives. She has B.A. in journalism and Spanish at the University of Southern California. She has a M.A. and Ph.D. degrees in political science at Brown University.
Sarita's work has been published in a number of peer-reviewed academic journals and she has received prestigious awards.
On this interview you will:
Understand the basics of Global Trade and how to apply them to your business Gain a better understanding of the specific rules of free trade agreements Learn how free trade agreements affect your business Become better equipped to take advantage of these free trade agreements For speaking engagements, public appearances and general inquiries: Sarita D. Jackson, Ph.D.
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Brad Bapst and Mike Thompson welcome Melissa Carter, International Trade Assistance Director on the upcoming Show at 2:00 pm Wednesday February 25, 2015. In addition to this internet radio, this show will also be aired on Channel 17 RIo Grande University and YouTubed for listening and viewing again. Some of the questions Melissa will discuss include:
What is the International Trade Assistance Center
Can any industry export?
How do you reach businesses?
How can you help those businesses who are looking to start exporting?
How can you help businesses who have already exported their products for many years?
Are their grants available to export?
Are there any other opportunities for businesses looking to expand their exporting?
What advice would you give a business who is looking to export?
How can a business get a hold of you?
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This week on Export Success, we’ll be taking a close look at a critical marketing strategy for companies looking for potential overseas buyers or distributors – placing a booth at an international trade show. It could be one that’s held here in the United States which also attracts foreign companies active in the industry, or it could be one of the major overseas trade shows where attendees include nationals of the host country as well as potential customers from neighboring countries. The look and feel of your display and what message you convey at the show can be a powerful tool for developing that all-important new connection in an export market. My guests this week will be Chris Miner, CEO of Green Phoenix Exhibits, LLC, of Fairfax Vermont, and Axel Von Hagen, CEO of Von Hagan Design Co., of Blomberg, Germany. Chris and Axel specialize in helping companies from around the world maximize their impact and success at trade fairs. Their companies have offices in key business centers in the U.S. and Europe, and offer a full range of design, production, shipping, set up and storage services for exhibitors’ displays and samples. Chris and Axel have over forty years of combined experience between them, and they’ll draw on it to tell our listeners the best ways your company can approach this unique marketing outlet.
So join me on Tuesday, December 17, 2013 @ 9:30 am EST to see how you can connect with new buyers and distributors by strategic participation in an international trade show.
This show will highlight my Subject Tracer titled International Trade Resources and available from the Virtual Private Library Gateway. International Trade has become a hot topic with many entrepreneurs creating businesses and resources in the international area. We will be reviewing the latest happenings and sites on the Internet by visiting my blog at zillman.us.
Join Tim Rosenthal, Ted Starkey, myself, and possibly more for a no-holds barred assessment of NHL Trade Deadline 2015. It will not necessarily be the prettiest but there will be plenty of hockey talk as we get ready for the final six weeks of the regular season.
This is not about who won or lost but who put themselves in a better or worse position to either make the playoffs or go on a deep run.
It should be a smashing, good debate so come join us at 10pm ET....the phone number is 1-347-826-7358.
Join Bryan Yates and Alan Zlotorzynski for a special trade deadline edition of NHL ON THE ICE, tonight at 7:30 p.m. on The Fanspeak Radio Network.
Tonight the guys will recap the NHL TRADE DEADLINE, tell you who the winners and losers were and get you set for the stretch drive. Showtime is 7:30 and will last 90 minutes.
You can follow the guys on Twitter @zlotsports, @NHL_ON_THEICE and @NhlontheiceZlot.
Mike "Buzz Saw" Asti and Nick Case take to the airwaves to recap one of the most entertaining days in hockey: The NHL Trade Deadline. What moves were they happy to see, what were they sad to see, who did they want moved, and who stayed... unfortunately? Chime in with your thoughts at 347-324-3784!