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Dear KS Global Trade Services:

I have attended in-person events, as well as your Webinar Seminar Events.

My first comment is that the frequency, and applicable subjects that the Kansas Global presents are so thorough, that I am surprised that your staff has time for anything else.

I have conducted many international transactions through my past corporation, Procurement Systems, Inc., mostly in the 1990's. What gives me great enthusiasm in attending your Seminar Events is that the world trade market is constantly changing. This is the single most-important reason to communicate often with Kansas Global.

In a changing world, Kansas Global can be of great assistance to international corporations in meeting their goal of efficient and profitable transactions.

Sincerely,

Martin Gowen - Former Executive VP
Procurement Systems, Incorporated
 

Upcoming Training Seminars

Our training seminars are delivered in a workshop style, providing interaction with instructors and real life examples to help understand complex topics. This format allows for an environment that is conducive to learning even the most tedious and overwhelming topics. Due to the complex nature of some international regulations, we aim to provide government representatives and industry experts to ensure topics are taught from the most reliable sources.

Kansas Global Training Seminars are approved for continuing education credits by the Educational Institute of the National Customs Brokers & Forwarders Association of America (NCBFAA) and the International Import-Export Institute (IIEI) at Dunlap-Stone University. See below listings for more information on approved seminars.

**CANCELLATION & REFUND POLICY: Kansas Global event cancellations must be received 48 hours prior to the event to receive a full refund. All refunds will be issued by corporate check and made payable to individual who registered. No-show’s and late cancellations will be charged the full event price. **

Aerospace - Doing Business In Mexico

Aerospace - Doing Business In Mexico

This seminar is aimed specifically at companies within Aerospace Industry.--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- The Mexican Federation of the Aerospace Industry (“FEMIA”) will explain how you can access buyers looking for U.S. suppliers of castings (aluminum and magnesium), machining, sheet metal, forgings (titanium and nickel), coatings, carburizing, hydroforming, and more. Participating companies will learn how to pursue these opportunities with Xavier Hurtado, Director of FEMIA’s Aerospace Supply Chain Development Program. -------------------------------------------------------------------------- In addition, Wichita’s Mexico Trade Representatives, James Ahlers and José Andrés Garcia, will offer general guidance on doing business in Mexico, such as: - Identifying the right manufacturing hubs to focus your sales efforts. - Accessing key industry associations and support networks. - Navigating government regulations applicable to your industry. - Preparing for opportunities and challenges of NAFTA renegotiation.--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Registration & Breakfast: 8 am - 8:30 am ---------------------------------------------------- Class: 8:30 am - 10 am ------------------------------------------------------------------- Optional individual meetings: 10 am - 11:30 am **** If you would like to have a short individual meeting with any of the speakers please email Holli to schedule a time. Email: schletzbaum@kansasglobal.org -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Networking immediately following

Heavy Machinery & Production Technology - Doing Business In Mexico

Heavy Machinery & Production Technology - Doing Business In Mexico

This seminar is aimed specifically at companies within Production Technology and Heavy Machinery Industries----------------------------------------------------------------- Looking to grow and diversify your business? Kansas Global Trade Services and the City of Wichita invite you to explore new sales opportunities in Mexico’s leading manufacturing clusters.-------------------------------------------------------------------------- Advanced manufacturing growth in several Mexican markets means that U.S.-made production technology and heavy machinery are in high demand. Mexico Trade Representatives, James Ahlers and José Andrés Garcia, will provide an overview of these opportunities and general guidance on doing business in Mexico, such as:   -- Identifying the right manufacturing hubs to focus your sales efforts -- Accessing key industry associations and support networks -- Navigating government regulations applicable to your industry -- Preparing for opportunities and challenges of NAFTA re-negotiation ---- ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ When: March 8, 2018 Time: 3 pm - 5 pm Brews and networking immediately following Location: Wichita, TBA Price: $20
Kansas Global Trade Services
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