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Export Seminar Planned July 16 At UW-River Falls

Export Seminar Planned July 16 At UW-River Falls
Beginning and experienced exports encouraged to attend.

The Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection invites food and agricultural companies to attend an Export Education Seminar to learn, network and grow.

The seminar is planned for Tuesday, July 16 from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at the University of Wisconsin-River Falls, University Center, 500 Wild Rose Avenue, River Falls.

Beginning and experienced exporters can benefit from this seminar and be part of Wisconsin's growing agricultural exports. Sam Allison is the Export Manager from Sartori Company and a previous participant of an export education seminar.

Export Seminar Planned July 16 At UW-River Falls

The seminar will be taught by Dennis Lynch, an export counselor with Food Export-Midwest's and Food Export-Northeast's Food Export Helpline. Lynch is a 31-year veteran of international trade who has held a variety of positions in the public and private sectors.

Space is limited. To attend, register by July 9 at foodexport.org. The registration fee of $50 includes lunch. This educational seminar is sponsored in part by Hancock International Corporation, which provides diverse assistance in coordinating the transport of international shipments, and the GEO Group Corporation, a full-service translation company.

For additional information, contact DATCP's Ashwini Rao at 608-224-5119.

Source: Wisconsin DATCP
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