Celebrate #WorldTradeWeek2019 at The International Trade Awards Breakfast & Expo, May 13, 8:30-11 AM, Baruch College/CUNY, New York City.
The Awards Breakfast offers a dynamic array of networking opportunities with 400+ NYC-based foreign trade commissioners, bi-lateral Chambers, Consul Generals & international trade organizations there to share knowledge, resources and ideas to facilitate small business success internationally.
Keynote speaker for the event is Al Mangels
, president of Lee Spring Company,
a global manufacturer of mechanical springs, wireforms and related products with headquarters in Brooklyn, NY since 1918. Al is a champion of continual improvement activities including total quality management, lean manufacturing and business process re-engineering; activities that have seen the company grow to five U.S. facilities as well as locations in Mexico, China, India and the UK.
Under Secretary of Commerce for International Trade Gilbert Kaplan
will also speak and present the Department of Commerce export awards at the breakfast.
WebPort Global, a proud Media Sponsor, will be in attendance - come visit us at our booth!
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