On Wednesday, February 29, 2012, the Northeastern Pennsylvania Alliance (NEPA) will sponsor a half-day seminar, "Export to China," on how small and midsize firms can sell American-made products and services to China.
James Chan is the sole speaker on selling to China in the morning session. Companies that want to meet Dr. Chan privately to discuss their specific concerns, challenges, and prospects can sign up for one-on-one consultation sessions in the afternoon (see details below.)
Attendees can generate new sales to China by carrying out the tasks in a seven-step program designed by James Chan.
Step 1: Creating the right profile on China's Internet Step 2: List research and creation Step 3: Direct promotion campaigns Step 4: Pricing, quotations, logistics, and piracy Step 5: Trips to China Step 6: Agent selection and training Step 7: China area manager development
Who should attend this seminar: international sales and marketing executives and managers, technical and accounting professionals, export support staff.
Cost: $40.00 per person prepaid or pay-at-the-door Additional fee: $125 per company for 30 minutes of private consultation with James Chan in the afternoon. Advance reservation with Michael Horvath of NEPA required. Limited to only six (6) companies on a first-come-first-serve basis.