Learn about the latest incentives and strategies helping Georgia manufacturing companies succeed when exporting.
Atlanta, Georgia (PRWEB) November 23, 2015
Industry experts will be discussing the latest incentives and strategies to will help Georgia manufacturing companies begin exporting or expand their existing export program.
The Georgia Manufacturing Export Round-table will be held on Thursday December 3rd from 7:45am – 9:30am at the 1818 Club in Duluth Georgia. Space is limited and registration is required. More information can be found at http://www.georgiamanufacturingalliance.com
The panel consists of the following:
Mary Waters, Deputy Commissioner of International Trade at GDEcD, will speak to the export-ready companies.
Darrel Hulsey, Consultant at SBDC International Trade Center, will speak to the non-export-ready companies.
Lara O'Connor Hodgson, President & CEO, NOW Corp will speak to resources that allow you to extend payment terms internationally.
Yevvette Mayberry-Williams, International Area Sales Manager at UPS will speak to the logistics of exporting.
John Kopanski, Senior Banker at Chase Bank will discuss the details about the Atlanta Metro Export Challenge and how you could win a $25,000 grant made possible through grant from Chase Bank.
Attendees will learn about tools that can improve cash flow, new tax incentives designed to help manufacturers export and they will gain a clear understanding of the details on the $25,000 grant for the Atlanta Metro Export Challenge.
About the Georgia Manufacturing Alliance
The Georgia Manufacturing Alliance is a professional organization founded in 2008 to support Georgia’s manufacturing community. GMA provides monthly plant tours, educational sessions and unique networking opportunities designed to help make profitable business connections for its members. To learn more about the organization, visit http://www.GeorgiaManufacturingAlliance.com