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Getting to Global eCommerce Logistics 101 Detailed Event Information For Getting to Global eCommerce Logistics 101
Getting to Global eCommerce Logistics 101 -- Apparel, Automotive Parts/Services Eq., Building Products, Cosmetics/Toiletries, Dental Eq., Foods - Processed, General Consumer Goods, Musical Instruments, Sporting Goods/Recreational Eq., Toys/Games
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Location/Date: Los Angeles, CA, United States 09/13/2017 - 09/13/2017
Event Summary:
The U.S. Dept. of Commerce, eCommerce Innovation Lab, together with the strategic partners of the Getting to Global initiative have curated world-class speakers for a deep dive into the eCommerce pathway. This series will help you sell more online, overseas.

Whether you are selling apparel, luxury goods, B2B industrial products or software as a solution, and want to increase you online sales & engagement with overseas clients, this webinar series is for you. Each month we'll host a session covering key aspects of the eCommerce pathway.

This month's topic is eCommerce Logistics 101 and will focus on Shipping Your Product. Each webinar will be moderated by Carl Miller, Founder of the Global Retail Insights Network (GRIN).

Date: Wednesday, September 13th, 2017

Time: 10:00am Pacific


Contacts:
Cynthia Torres, Los Angeles (West)
Senior International Trade Specialist
Phone: 760-333-8551
Cynthia.Torres@trade.gov
James Bledsoe, San Jose CA
Deputy Director
Phone: 253-259-1726
James.Bledsoe@trade.gov

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