Weekly radio talk show takes an in depth look at the international business and trade community in South Florida.
World Trade Center Miami has launched a new weekly radio show called Trading After Hours on AM 880 Wallstreet Business Network “The Biz”. This program airs live on Tuesdays from 5-6pm and covers topics on current trends, federal regulations and business development in the international trade community of South Florida. Guests include major players in the trade community from financial and federal organizations like US Customs and Border Patrol, Port Miami and Miami International Airport.
Trading After Hours radio show is hosted by Rich Roffman; a 30-year veteran publisher with extensive experience in the domestic and international arena. Rich also serves on the Board of Directors for World Trade Center Miami. Segments from the latest show went over the history of World Trade Center Miami, the importance of international trade to Florida and Miami, updates on NAFTA and Trade Agreements as well as Banking and Trade Finance. Guests to the program included:
• Charlotte Gallogly, President, World Trade Center Miami
• Ivan Barrios, Vice Presdient, World Trade Center Miami
• Lenny Feldman, Managing Member, Miami Office, Sandler, Travis & Rosenberg, P.A. & Co-Chair Elect for U.S. Customs and Border Protection's Commercial Customs Operations Advisory Committee
• Roberto Munoz, Vice-Chair, World Trade Center Miami
President of the World Trade Center Miami, Charlotte Gallogly says, “Trading After Hours on AM880 the Biz allows us to amplify our message as a powerful voice for business growth and economic prosperity. World Trade Center Miami is dedicated to leading South Florida into a new era of international trade. Guided by our Board of Directors and assisted by our community partners, our Center helps companies connect with the world and contributes to our regional economy. The World Trade Center Miami’s mission is to promote Miami as the Trade & Logistics Hub of the Americas.”
The World Trade Center Miami, Florida's oldest global organization, fosters and enhances international business opportunities for companies in the western hemisphere. Visit our website for more information www.worldtrade.org.
For more information please contact the World Trade Center directly at 305-871-7910 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.