Cross-Border eCommerce: the future of global trade
Presented by the U.S. Commercial Service and Idaho District Export Council
By 2020 the global business-to-business ecommerce market will reach $6.7 trillion USD. Over $970 billion U.S. manufactured goods were sold via cross-border ecommerce to overseas markets, and is expected to continue to grow for the foreseeable future.
Does your business understand the cross-border ecommerce mechanics and strategies to capitalize on this growth?
Come join the U.S. Commercial Service and the Idaho District Export Council (DEC) for a half-day seminar on cross-border ecommerce, presented by James Bledsoe, Deputy Director of the eCommerce Innovation Lab.
This three-hour seminar will focus on:
- Getting Cross-Border eCommerce Sales: Practical Guidance for Small & Medium Sized Businesses
- Cross-Border eCommerce Marketing & Brand Building: Grow Your Business Globally & Reach More Potential Overseas Customers
- Cross-Border eCommerce Regulations & Taxes: How Small Business can Comply with U.S. and Foreign Laws, Regulations, and Taxes
Following this seminar, Amy Benson (Director, U.S. Export Assistance Center Boise) and James Bledsoe (Director, eCommerce Innovation Lab) will be available for free one-on-one business counselling sessions dealing with cross-border ecommerce.
Wednesday, November 1, 2017
9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Zions Bank Building
The eCommerce Innovation Lab (EIL) is housed within the U.S. Department of Commerce’s U.S. Commercial Service (CS). EIL works to increase the number of U.S. companies exporting through ecommerce by creating educational resources that meet the needs of ecommerce companies. https://export.gov/ecommerce