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  Join this free webinar to learn best practices in international shipment and fulfillment; collecting international payments; and protecting your global brand, with special emphasis on Native American products, services and destinations.
  As companies grow international sales, concerns may arise about how to collect payment, fulfill orders, and protect their brand. This event presents resources to help with international shipping, payment processing, and tips for securing valued IP assets.
Event Information
  • Hear from logistics expert, Deep SenGupta of DSG Global, formerly of Fedex & KPMG, on practical advice and tips on how to manage shipping and fulfillment;
  • Specialists from the Indian Arts and Crafts Board will cover how they promote and protect authentic Native American-made works;
  • Hear from small businesses about how they collect payments, and tackle these critical issues to effectively grow global sales and draw international visitors;
  • Learn about global business development services available through the U.S. Commercial Service, including the Rural Export Center and eCommerce Resource Center.
Please read the following information carefully:

  • The U.S. Commercial Service requires event registrants to accept specific Terms and Conditions and review Product Standards.
  • Please read the Privacy Act Notice.
  • This live, online program will take place on Wednesday, May 26, 2021, from 12-1:30pm Pacific; 3-4:30pm Eastern; access info will be sent 48 hours in advance;
  • For international trade assistance ahead of the webinar, contact your local U.S. Export Assistance Center: https://www.trade.gov/commercial-services-offices-us
  • Thank you to our partners: American Indian Alaska Native Tourism Assoc., Yurok Economic Development Corp., Northern California Indian Development Council…
  • Native American Development Corp., Intertribal Agriculture Council’s American Indian Foods Program, DOI’s Indian Arts and Crafts Board, SBA & MBDA.
  • Questions? Please contact joanne.vliet@trade.gov or elizabeth.krauth@trade.gov. Learn more about the International Trade Administration at www.trade.gov.