April 30, 2018
Saint Vincent College Small Business Development Center will host the 11th Annual U.S. Global Growth Conference on Tuesday, May 21, at the Fred M. Rogers Center on the Saint Vincent College campus.
Export compliance is a legal obligation as an exporter and as a company executing contract work for the U.S. Government. Strong compliance provides ongoing improvement for management and employees in order to keep current with Federal requirements.
This full-day conference will help a business maintain a successful export management program. Participants will learn how to conquer export compliance changes and challenges. Topics include: U.S. export controls and regulations and recent regulatory updates; Commerce BIS and census combined routed export rule; NIST 800-171 compliance; traps and mitigation strategies; evolving export controls on emerging and foundational technologies; and enforcement updates.
The keynote presentation is “Project Shield America,” and will address the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s Customs and Border Protection (CBP).
This conference is co-sponsored by U.S. Commercial Service, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and the Southwestern Pennsylvania Commission.
The cost for the full-day conference is $195 and attendance qualifies for continuing professional education (CPE) credits and North American Small Business International Trade Educators Certified Global Business Professional (NASBITE CGBP) professional development credits.
Saint Vincent College Small Business Development Center is part of a statewide system of university-based economic development organizations. The mission of the SBDC is to provide high-quality education and consulting services to entrepreneurs to help start, grow or sustain their business in the competitive global economy.
To register for this conference or additional information, contact the Saint Vincent College SBDC at 724-537-4572 or www.stvincent.edu/sbdc.
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