NMMA to hold webinar Monday on exporting

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The National Marine Manufacturers Association is hosting a free one-hour webinar that will offer builders a crash course on exporting on a budget.

The webinar, which takes place Monday at 2 p.m. EST, will be led by the NMMA’s new export development director, Julie Balzano, and will guide builders through the first 15 steps a company should take as they move toward achieving international sales.

The webinar will help builders understand how to get into exporting when they’re working with limited resources.

To do this the webinar will show builders how to identify the best market opportunities, engage the correct market entry approaches, evaluate business partners and implement the best strategies for following up with potential customers.

Builders should leave the webinar with enough information to build and implement an export plan.

Click here to register.

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