Go Forth & Export 2013
Go Forth & Export 2013 Dis cover new markets for your product or service. Learn from local successful exporters along with federal\, state and private sector export service pr oviders. Learn more and register here.
Grow revenue through Exporting !
Starting the fourth Wednesday of the month in 2013\, you can discover new markets for your product or service. Learn from local success ful exporters along with federal\, state and private sector export service providers.
Best practices for exporting
How to assess export readiness
Identif y best export markets
Locate qualified foreign buyers
Complian ce with U.S. export regulations
Maximizing Free Trade Agreements
Access export working capital
How to negotiate and get paid for e xport sales
Participation in federal and state export assistance pro grams
WHEN: 8:30 – 10:00 am
TIME: 8:30 to 10:00 a.m.
Charlotte U.S. Export Assistance Center
521 E. Morehead St. Ste 435
Charlotte\, NC 28202
OTHER E XPORTING OPPORTUNITIES:
Explore FREE Exporting Webinars
Connect to local resources
The NC Department of Revenue\, NC Industrial Commission\, an
d NC Department of Commerce Division of Employment Security will present s
eminars titled 'Business Essentials'. Each agency will cover basic require
ments to help businesses in North Carolina understand the laws and obligat
ions necessary to be a compliant business.
Department of Revenu e –Covers the basics of tax compliance ranging from registering your bus iness\, withholding from employees\, and sales and use tax requirements.
Industrial Commission - Covers Workers' Compensation laws and th e types of businesses required to carry workers’ compensation insurance and how to obtain it.
Employment Security - Covers unemployment insurance laws\, employment taxes and the appeals process.
At the end will be a Question and Answer session with the presenters and netw orking possibilities with one another. Don't miss this great opportunity.< br />
The Carolina Beach Music and Shag Legacy:
Dancing to Mu sic We Cannot Hear
Put on your Shag dancing shoes and learn abo ut a unique aspect of North Carolina living and culture. Join John Hook\, a 43-year-veteran radio broadcaster and Shag expert dancer\, as he shares his love of Shag on Wednesday\, March 27 at 7 p.m.\, Headquarters Library\ , 300 Maiden Lane. Hook has written several books about Shag and Beach cul ture\, and will describe his most recent project. His works will be on s ale at the program. This program is offered in conjunction with the Marc h 29 downtown Fayetteville Shag festival\, Spring Break: The Beach Comes t o Fayetteville.