Managing Export Sales and Business Development

This webinar will review the opportunities, challenges and processes companies need to have a robust export operation in 2021. Blue Tiger International CEO and Managing Director Thomas Cook will lead this virtual program.

Topics to include:

- Areas for U.S. export
- Export supply chain, logistics and trade compliance
- Growth areas for export by region and country
- Case study
- Resource development
- Government programs
- Utilizing technology

Participants receive one National Customs Brokers and Forwarders Association of American, Inc. (NCBFAA) Educational Institute (NEI) credits. World Trade Center Savannah partners receive a 25 percent discount. The webinar costs $25 to attend. Please contact Antwone Smoak for the discount code and/or registration questions.

About the Presenter:
Thomas Cook is CEO and Managing Director of Blue Tiger International, (BTI) a premier international business and management consulting/training company on leadership, general management, supply chain, freight operations, port and terminal services, risk management, trade compliance, purchasing/sourcing, global trade, E-Commerce, logistics and business development/sales.

In May of 2019, Blue Tiger International won the President’s “E” Award for Export Service, the highest recognition any U.S. entity can receive for making a significant contribution to the expansion of U.S. exports.

Blue Tiger International is the parent company of National Institute of World Trade (NIWT), a nonprofit, 30+ year corporate training school on global trade and supply chain management based on Long Island. Tom serves as the director of NIWT.

Tom was former CEO of American River International in New York and Apex Global Logistics Supply Chain Operation in Los Angeles. He has over 30 years’ experience in assisting companies all over the world to manage their business models, supply chain risk and spend and import/export operations.

Tom has authored over 19 books on business management, global trade and business development. He has written an eight-book series, “The Global Warrior; Advancing on the Necessary Skill Sets to Compete Effectively in Global Trade.” Tom is also a veteran advisor, developer and instructor at AMA, American Management Association.

Tom is a frequent lecturer and keynote speaker at various management, leadership, transportation, supply chain, insurance and business development conferences and symposiums in the United States and abroad. He is also a professor, teacher and course developer at State University of New York at Stony Brook on Long Island, Baruch College and the Fashion Institute of Technology both in New York City.