- Webinar -
Speed to Market: Managing the impact of International Trade and Regulation on Global Supply Chain
Angela Marshall Hofmann and Robert L. Sands, will share how global companies deal with the ever-changing landscape of regulatory hurdles and trade regimes which impact global supply chains. Our presenters will share their perspective on how these dynamics impact international sourcing and compliance as well as risk management. Additionally this webinar will highlight the following:
Expanding regional trade agreements and economic partnerships
Strategic support for domestic production & exports
Global Regulatory hurdles
Preference programs and non-tariff trade measures
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OWIT International Panel Speaks at
1st African Global Entrepreneurs International Conference
Members of OWIT International organized and presented a panel titled, â€œDoing Business in the United Statesâ€ at the
1st African Global International Conference, held on October 4, 2013. The conference was sponsored by
African Global Super Center and African Women Entrepreneurship program (AWEP) and attended by women entrepreneurs from Africa interested in doing business in the United States. The panel showcased the expertise of OWIT International members. Andrea Ewart, a customs and trade attorney in Washington, DC, presented on the legal rules for African goods accessing the US market; Deanna Clark, an international trade and fashion compliance attorney in New York, presented on compliance rules for the African fashion industry; Boi-Tia Stevens, an attorney in Washington, D.C., presented on understanding communication differences between the American and African cultures and American business etiquette. The presentations generated a robust discussion during the question and answer session. The Conference was held in Reading, Pennsylvania.
African Global Super Center's mission is to provide international business opportunities and trade service between Africa and United States businesses. African Women Entrepreneurship Program (AWEP) empowers women to own and operate small and medium businesses. The
Organization of Women in International Trade is a non-profit professional organization with over 30 chapters world-wide that promotes women doing business in international trade by providing networking and educational opportunities.
Free United States Schedule B PDF
Free USHTS PDF During Government Shutdown
Due to the US Government shutdown, the online services provided on the Census Bureau's World Wide Web site, at www.census.gov, will be unavailable.
Download Free US Schedule B,
Download Free USHTS
Call for Nominations!
Let's celebrate the outstanding achievements and contributions of women leaders once again. Every year since 1995, OWIT has recognized the importance of celebrating women leaders in international business and trade from around the world. The organization presents three awards annually, OWIT Woman of the Year, OWIT Chapter of the Year, and OWIT Member of the Year.
The deadline to nominate is October 31st.
View/Download Award Form Here
Two Global Organizations Strike Partnership Deal to Increase International Trade Opportunities for Women Entrepreneurs
Organization of Women in International Trade (OWIT) and WEConnect International
will collaborate to boost women business owner's economic opportunities
through access to networks and markets.
Congratulations on the launch of our revised and renewed Chapter in Northeast Ohio
Congratulations to our 2012 OWIT Award
Hampton Roads (Virginia) - Chapter of the Year
(OWIT Los Angeles) - Member of the Year
Maria Bustamante Mejico (OWIT Peru)
- Woman of the Year
Stay tuned for a webinar to learn more about these amazing women
as well as our honored OWIT chapter.
OWIT Lake Geneva VP Mktg, Esther Goette
OWIT on World Radio Switzerland program
OWIT has renewed its membership with the International Alliance for Women (TIAW). As an association member, all OWIT chapters and members have access to this prestigious and influential organization. TIAW is a 50,000-plus member organization with the mission of economic empowerment of women. OWIT Chapters and members can feature themselves through a 100-word profile on the TIAW website. All members are welcome to get involved in the current initiatives and committees, and even be considered for leadership positions.